[R-sig-ME] [FORGED] warning error question

Andrew Robinson @pro @end|ng |rom un|me|b@edu@@u
Tue Mar 24 05:54:43 CET 2020

I don't agree with you Rolf.  As I indicated in our offline conversation, I consider your response to the original question to be inappropriate.


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On Mar 24, 2020, 3:27 PM +1100, Rolf Turner <r.turner using auckland.ac.nz>, wrote:

On 24/03/20 2:23 pm, Salvador SANCHEZ COLON wrote:

Dear Profr. Bolker,

Thanks so much for your intervention. In my view, what is really
shameful is this sort of bullying, unnecesarily rude, offensive
responses. If I would feel that it would be a waste of my precious
time to respond to a silly, trivial or ill posed question, nobody
obliges me to respond...but there is no need either for me to send
out a rude, patronizing raprimend. What if the problem stems from our
having to cope not only with a complex statistical issue, but also
the foreign language barrier?

With all due respect.

With all due respect, I think that any reasonable person would agree
that *I* am the one getting bullied here. At least I gave the OP some
useful advice, which is more than I am getting from you.

I think it is shameful for you to bully me for insisting on a bit of
clarity and a bit of consideration for those from whom help is requested.

What on earth does a language barrier have to do with writing glm() when
glmer() is what is needed? That's the *R* language, which we are all
supposed to speak on this list!



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