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New member - mathematical analysis

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Dhonuill, Aug 11, 2006.

  1. Dhonuill

    Dhonuill Member


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    Hello there, I'm a recently qualified pedorthist working in what feels like isolation in the highlands of Scotland. Joining this will help me feel less so, I hope.

    With a background in sport I'm interested in conducting some research in pedorthic intervention but feel ill-equipped to undertake any heavy quantitative analysis. Do you feel that any conclusions from research in this area would be meaningless without profound mathematical analysis?

    Cheers,
    Fergus Paton.
     
  2. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

    Better late than never - WELCOME

    I have just got a copy of the book:
    The Shoelace Book: A Mathematical Guide to Ways to Lace your shoes by Burkard Polster --- it s vol 24 in a series of mathematical monographs
     
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