IMPORTANT: The name of your file should be unique to you so that your file is not overwritten by that of another user.
IMPORTANT: Any file that you provide should be in an ASCII (text or prn) form, not in a proprietary spread sheet or word processor form.
To send your matrix to www1.fpl.fs.fed.us via anonymous FTP, do the following. (These directions are for a command line FTP program. FTP can be run from the command line of all UNIX systems. FTP can be run from the command line of a DOS window for Windows systems. Also mouse-based FTP programs are available for most systems. If FTP does not run on your machine, mail your data to email@example.com and request that it be placed in the pub/data anonymous FTP directory.) In the directory that contains the data that you wish to send, type
You will then be prompted for a login name. Type
You will then be prompted for a password. Type your e-mail address (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org). Next type
where filename is the name of the data file on your machine. The data file should contain two columns. The first column should contain the Gaussian data values and the second column should contain the correlated Weibull values. Make certain there is a return after the last observation.This filename should be unique to you so that your file is not overwritten by another user. After the data transfer has been completed, type
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