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ProcessMaker 2.5 now available for download or hosted solution

Colosa, Inc., developer of the popular ProcessMaker open source business process management (BPM) and workflow software, today announced the release of the highly anticipated 2.5 version of its workflow and BPM software platform. The new version is available for immediate download from the ProcessMaker website and can also be accessed as a hosted solution on the ProcessMaker cloud. ProcessMaker is part of the new SourceForge Enterprise...

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Announcement: AsyncEx Stable Release

A lot of my posts have to do with asynchronous code one way or another. Along the way, I've compiled a lot of useful helper classes into a library called Nito.AsyncEx. Today I am pleased to announce that the first public, official release of AsyncEx has gone live. Try it out and see what you think! (And go ahead and yell at me if it's broken). Release Notes With this first stable release of AsyncEx, I restructured the DLL and NuGet...

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Interpreting Confirmatory Factor Analysis Output from Mplus

Being able to find SPSS in the start menu does not qualify you to run a multi-nomial logistic regression. This is the kind of comment statisticians find funny that leaves other people scratching their heads. The point is that it’s not that difficult to get output for some fairly complex statistical procedures. Let’s start with the confirmatory factor analysis I mentioned in my last post. Once you get past the standard stuff that...