Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 18:35:57 -0500

Author: Anthony Papirio

Subject: Re: New and Improved DCS files

Post:

Machele,
Great work, excellent job! I'm sure it took alot of effort. Where do you get your
enrgy?

Tony


Machele Cable wrote:

> Ok, I finally got it worked out (I hope!). The DCS is available for
> download, in its entirety, from the PIRA website. You can choose from
> these formats:
> 1. An Excel 97 and higher file.
> 2. An Excel 95 file.
> 3. The originial Filemaker Pro file.
> 4. A comma delimited text file.
>
> For ease of use, I *highly *suggest one of the Excel files.
>
> http://www.wfu.edu/physics/pira/dcs/PIRADCS2.html
>
> Chele
>
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