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These are in a format that is native to MESOSAUR. The data are also available in an ASCII (i.e. .txt) format via the Data Sets web page. The ARCHIVE and IMPEX directories are empty. They are the locations where you might store your own data files in ASCII format. The ARMATEST and XYARMA directories, of which the contents are also available via the Data Sets page, contain data sequences that have been generated by a pseudo random number generator in conjunction with the specifications of various autoregres- sive moving-average models. The MESOSAUR program is activated by clicking on the plain icon la- belled MESOSAUR.EXE. The other items within the RUSKY directory may be ignored, with the possible exception of MESOCONF.EXE, which can be used to re-configure the program to work with your own computer and to change the language of the interface of MESOSAUR from English to Russian, should you so wish. The program should be configured already to work with the CFS. To adapt it to another Windows system, you may rely on the auto-configuration facility of MESOCONF.EXE. 1
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D.S.G. POLLOCK: GUIDE TO MESOSAUR Operating the Program On starting the program, MESOSAUR confronts you with its title screen, which is dismissed by typing <Return> . This will bring you to the upper level of the program. Across the top of the screen, just below a prompt line, will be found a menu bar bearing the following labels: System I/O Variable VisualAnalysis Statistics Models You pass from one item on the menu to another by using the horizontal arrow keys < > and < > . As you do so, the directories associated with each menu item are displayed. To select a command from within the current menu direc-
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