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    Is it appropriate (and is any one willing to help) suggest an appropriate statistical technique for an interesting doctoral dissertation purpose?   Our one methodologist in the program has moved on (and the university will not replace him) and we are sort of stuck until we have a clearer idea about what technique might work the best.  

    #1824
    Marie Louis
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    Sharon,

    Likewise, I desperately need a methodologist to comment on my research methodology. Please let me know whenever you find some help.

    Thanks!

    Marie

    #1823

    Marie, will do!  We are still searching.  There must be a more organized way of doing this, but I don’t know what it is.  methodspace was my attempt to broadcast our need.   Marie, if it is something less complicated, I may be able to provide comments.  Let me know if you want me to try.  Sharon 

    #1822
    Marie Louis
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    Sharon,

    Thank you. That would be great if you try. Therefore, I will send you the research method section that I started so you can comment on it.

    Thank you very much for your help in advance.

    Marie

    #1821

    you can contact me at sharpars@aol.com

    #1820
    Marie Louis
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    Sharon,

    I just emailed you. I am sorry for taking so long.

    Thank you,

    Marie

    #1819

    Please post the problem to hareeshramanathan@gmail.com. Let me see what I can do.

    #1818

    Thank you.  I will.

    Sharon 

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