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Students in stata don’t get enough on missing data, but for those who come through computer science taught courses it is even worse. I would expect that there have been some rather over optimistic evaluations of some data mining projects as a result, not taht that probably worries the produces and it may take a long time for anyone to work out taht they don’t achieve anything more than simple algorithms.

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