Pasta [R for BE/BA]

posted by nobody – 2019-04-25 14:36  – Posting: # 20230
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I don't read 'em, I have a quick look, "see" the variability/"outliers" and job done.

Totally correct that more than 36 is hard to see anything, but if all profiles are pretty close that's in important info, too, imho. ';-)

Kindest regards, nobody

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