Thank you so much for your replies- they have all been incredibly helpful.
I'm really pleased to know that there are free archives to deposit data
which has given me much more wiggle room in my budgets. Do keep any
suggestions/comments/reviews coming. I'll be compiling a
I have been using Open Science Framework https://osf.io/ which is a very
user friendly platform in my dissertation work. It also has the ability to
Zack Daugherty, PhD Candidate
University of Miami
On Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 11:49:54 AM UTC-5, ashleigh.haruda wrote:
Elahe and Ari,
If your dependent observations have more than a few dimensions, such as is
typical with landmark data or even a collections of linear measurements,
then I think the common covariance matrix recommendation from Dr. Rohlf is
the more standard approach. A typical strategy for removing
to set the Ortho view in MeshLab: "shift" + "scroll down" (using middle
click). You can see the value on the left bottom.
2017-01-20 16:17 GMT+01:00 terrielsimmons :
> Hi Christy,
> I don't think there's a way to set Ortho as the default view. I just
I don't think there's a way to set Ortho as the default view. I just change
it with Windows --> View from... Meshlab 2016 has more options under this
menu, for example, to select front with the z up, like CT scans. You can
also hold shift and scroll the mouse wheel.