Hi Ingo,

Thanks for working out the issue! If you fork from the original pdl-stats repo and push your change to the forked repo, you can then send me a link to the commit where you've made the change. Or, if you don't want to deal with git, you can email me the pp code and I'll take a look. Thanks!

Here's a simple git tutorial if you want to know the basics. There's a section on github.


On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 6:23 AM, Ingo Schmid <ingosch@gmx.at> wrote:

recently I've needed some simple pearson's correlations and found out that ols can't handle missing values elegantly. fill_m doesn't do the job if you need also p-values. So I changed ols to filter rows from y and ivs that contain bad values, then clear the flag before continuing. This is based on a flag.

Thing is, I've never used git so far, I managed to clone and pull, but am unsure about how to commit GLM.pp and push it to the server for you to review.


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