[Users] Understanding processing (and pre/post-)
Michael A. Yetto
myetto1 at nycap.rr.com
Mon Mar 19 01:45:58 CET 2018
On Sun, 18 Mar 2018 23:05:10 +0200
Removed GDPR <removed-gdpr at example.com> writes, and having writ moves on:
>On Sun, 18 Mar 2018 15:41:27 -0400 Michael A. Yetto wrote:
>> It would be even better if you would put in as much effort to learn
>> this program on your own as you want others to put in teaching you.
>> The more common way of expressing this is. "Do your own homework."
>Mike, just because one is asking a question doesn't mean one expects
>some tremendous effort from others or that one has not searched and
>experimented. FYI I have read the full manual and it does not answer
>the particular question I am putting here.
Rather than asking people here to try things for you to see what
happens, do it yourself. Try making filters, observe what happens,
thing about what you found, try again. Then ask here when you have
spent some time doing your own homework and if anyone is still willing
to donate you might get some help.
"Cognitive psychology tells us that the unaided human mind is
vulnerable to many fallacies and illusions because of its reliance on
its memory for vivid anecdotes rather than systematic statistics."
- Steven Pinker
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