"too many variables" (?)

From: Judy Seigel ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 06/14/05-02:00:15 PM Z
Message-id: <Pine.NEB.4.63.0506141543270.9566@panix3.panix.com>

On Wed, 8 Jun 2005, ryberg wrote:

> Thanks to all who replied to my post. Special thanks to Loris who cautioned
> me not to abrade the paper. Another suggestion of Arches Palatine is way
> out of my price range. And while Judy is undoubtedly right in saying there
> are too many variables to test, one does need to do some and one also needs
> to know when to stop and start printing.

I won't say absolutely, since I may have been asleep at the time, but I
doubt I said "too many variables to test." What I meant, in any event, was
that so many variables *can* affect tone and D-max you can't be SURE it's
the paper, unless you've tested for others.

As for testing itself, look on the bright side..."Art" can and does fail,
at least IME. A variables test never fails: it always gives you
information. That said, I'd figure paper for the major variable, tho if
results are inconsistent, it's worth trying to control for others.

Judy
Received on Tue Jun 14 14:01:34 2005

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