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From: "Deb Kleber" <>
Subject: [TMG] Again Advice on Projects and Datasets
Date: Wed, 04 Jun 2003 16:57:45 -0700
Thanks, Teresa, for the shock. Uh... I mean... for the comments. And when
you said "I think I would keep them all together" were you referring to the
possibility of keeping everything in one dataset or were you just talking
about using the one-project approach?
BTW, I just found the Projects and Datasets article on Terry Reigel's
website so I have the answer to my question about the sharing of citations
across datasets. Sorry for not seeing that sooner.
Thanks again. Appreciate any/all ideas and observations.
(who's lurked enough to feel more than a little nervous at the thought of
attempting something that Teresa isn't quite sure how to handle!)
>From : "Teresa Ghee Elliott" <>
Subject : RE: [TMG] Again Advice on Projects and Datasets
Date : Wed, 4 Jun 2003 17:28:19 -0500
Not sure how I would handle this. (She waits while everyone picks
themselves up from the shock <G>) But I can answer #3, NO you are not
crazy, and yes TMG can handle the unrelated people.
I think I would keep them all together, so if I did find a match, merging
them would be easier.
Teresa Ghee Elliott
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