Re: [R] How do you do an e-mail post that is within an ongoing thread?

From: Gabor Grothendieck <ggrothendieck_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 09 Jun 2007 07:51:53 -0400

In gmail just hit Reply to All at the bottom of the post you wish to follow up on.

On 6/8/07, Robert Wilkins <irishhacker_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> That may sound like a stupid question, but if it confuses me, I'm sure
> it confuses others as well. I've tried to find that information on the
> R mail-group info pages, can't seem to find it. Is it something
> obvious?
>
> To begin a brand new discussion, you do your post as an e-mail sent to
> r-help_at_stat.math.ethz.ch .
> As I am doing right now.
>
> How do I do an additional post that gets included in the
> "[R] Tools For Preparing Data For Analysis" thread, a thread which I
> started myself yesterday ( thanks for all the responses everybody )?
>
> There's got to be a real easy answer to that, since everybody else does that.
> (I'm using gmail, does it make a difference what e-mail host you use?).
>
> -----------------------
>
>
> PS
> If you happen to be reading this, Christophe Pallier & Martin Stevens,
> I will respond to your request for examples shortly, once I figure
> this posting how-to out. My examples will come from data preparation
> problems in clinical trial data ( I worked for 8 years on clinical
> trial analysis before beginning work on Vilno ). I'll probably use lab
> data as an example because lab data can be messy and difficult to
> work with.
>
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