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Hassanna
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Hello!
I was wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of where to find the statistical data that Dr. D'Adamo has in regard to any (or all) the research done on BT & GT diets.  

I am a lover of research and would find it fascinating to see the results of any quantitative or qualitative analysis done.  

p.s.  yes, I am very well aware of my inner nerd!
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Great links Chloe! Thank you so much!
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Great links Chloe! Thank you so much!


You're very welcome



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I built this tool was  to assist in the development of some of the epistatic network relationships that went into the GTD.

http://www.datapunk.net/quodlibet/quodlibet.pl

Other data tables are built into the SWAMI diet software, which is proprietary. I should really make some sort of viewer for that data but I've not yet gotten around to it.


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I built this tool was  to assist in the development of some of the epistatic network relationships that went into the GTD.

http://www.datapunk.net/quodlibet/quodlibet.pl

Other data tables are built into the SWAMI diet software, which is proprietary. I should really make some sort of viewer for that data but I've not yet gotten around to it.


You need to find someone that can get near the level you are on, and have them do things like make a viewer for you based on a description you have. You make so much stuff as is, it seems if you could have a few underlings you'd be able to increase the non-transcription work.
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You need to find someone that can get near the level you are on, and have them do things like make a viewer for you based on a description you have. You make so much stuff as is, it seems if you could have a few underlings you'd be able to increase the non-transcription work.


Here is an effort to recruit 8 people to work on such bioinformatics projects.

http://www.generativemedicine.org/pathfinder.shtml



MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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