November 30, 2005

Very exciting

Went to see supervisor yesterday armed with a big wonderful table, summarising everything I know about The Model in Chapter 7. He likes it, and has given me permission to avoid all the graphs that need to be individually formatted and labelled in a very complicated manner. And I took some writing about the big wonderful table, which he has edited and Made Better.

This is all very fabulous, and I am going to make it. I am going to have a Chapter 7 which makes sense to some people, and will look clever and stuff.


In other news my eldest is breaking down in tears because he misses his mummy, but the little one is apparently fine. But he does get very excited when he hears me on the phone. I do miss them, but I am enjoying this return to the simple life of being a student. And it is interesting learning all this stuff and having time to have long complicated thinks. I am going to send eldest son a present. He will like that. I won't even put in anything else in the parcel. It will be just for him. I will send something for the little son the next day. He won't be as excited.

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November 28, 2005

Green graphs and ham

I have successfully formatted chapters 1,2,3, and 4, and have changed the color of the fills in the graphs to green. Apparently I needed to pretty up the thesis. An odd Ccept in some ways, as I thought it was more important that it look scientific and terribly clever.

Anyway, they look pretty cool, for bar graphs that is.

I have come down here with lots of clothes suitable for hot days. Needless to say, the weather has been wet and cold.

I have this stats model for the final chapter. I thought it was all turning to custard in my hands, but it turns out not. But the problem I had where something important wasn't being measured was a R