[Epidata-list] RE: Welcome to the "Epidata-list" mailing list

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Thu Apr 1 16:06:17 CST 2004


What do we do? We are new to EpiData and entered a first observation into a
form we created. Took us about 40 minutes as it is rather long. Trying to
save we got a response that the program could not write the data.
Any help?

Wolf Mehling, MD
research fellow
UCSF
San Francisco, CA

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