2206Re: [TaxoCoP] 7x3 classification
- Sep 5 7:46 AMI'm sorry I am not familiar with that particular classification scheme.
There are no relevant search results on the first page of Google -- nor did I have more success with my preferred search engine, Clusty. I also tried Yahoo and Ask.com .
When I put "" around the phrase, I received no hits. '7X3' in the results refer to various measurements or data codes or a numbering scheme. One result was for the framework of hospital beds in a study!
jk martin <dakini45@...> wrote:gee, now why didn't I think of that....
Wesley Doak <wesdoak@gmail. com> wrote:
If you "google" it you'll get lots of resources. Regards!On 9/4/07, jk martin <dakini45@yahoo. com > wrote:Forgive me for not sending an intro first, I've been lurking here for ages, and this is the first time I've needed to ask a question of this knowledgeable community. One of my customers asked me if I was familiar with a 7x3 classification scheme and I have to admit - I'm stumped. Anyone out there have a reference to this?
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