Character states 'present by misinterpretation'
Neil.Snow at UNCO.EDU
Mon Mar 20 09:20:10 CST 2006
As one who has used Lucid and Delta, I only want to point out at the
present time that Lucid also is entirely self-contained as a method to
store and manipulate taxonomic data during the process of carrying out
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Subject: Re: [TAXACOM] Character states 'present by misinterpretation'
a personal bias towards DELTA as a tool to store and manipulate
taxonomical information. There is yet no substitute for it. As far as
key itself, I greatly miss the option to weight characters when building
keys in LUCID. If LUCID is to persist and continue to grow, it ought to
incorporate that option.
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