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Subject: Re: Variance of all values in a matrix
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On 11/18/2011 3:36 PM, Ulrik Nash wrote:

>> Thank you very much, Steve. That really should be in the documentation.

It is in handling matrices, at least.

If you mean to add it to the doc's for a particular function (var in 
this case), you then would need it in every function that works 
similarly.  That makes no sense.

> On the other hand, I really should have known about columnize. If I did,
> the rest would have been obvious! :)

Indeed, that's why folks are told so frequently to work their way 
through the Getting Started sections--it's the place to see those 
"tricks" in action early on.