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<<<-------- Zachary P Neal-------->>>
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> Barry,
>
> I certainly agree that it typically makes sense to log distances.
> But, I'm curious about your rationale for using log10 rather than loge
> (natural log), which seems more common.  I don't think I've ever seen
> a comparison or an argument about which transformation is more
> appropriate when predicting interaction as a function of distance, but
> perhaps this work is out there.

  It should be irrelevant since the values are linearly related

    log10 x  =  log10 e  *  ln x

  Vlado

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