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Mike Liveright

p.s. I sent this to: jsm@amstat.org

I, and I assume others, will not be at your session tomorrow. I wonder if you could put a link and ordering instructions as to how to get the material (or nor). I would like to be able to consider purchasing a download of the Audio or Video of the talks as well as PDF's of the papers ASAP if they were available, in a timely manor, and if the prices were reasonable.



Mike: I'll post my slides here but be warned that my presentation style is such that I don't put a lot of text on my slides so you have to piece together the story yourself.

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