Andrea, didn't that book surge in popularity around 5 years ago
Some lessons have to be repeated, and repeated...
One should be able to mix it up. Mike Frantz once said that these odd lots come from colors being mixed in sequence, and some batches overlapping. (tail end of batch of one color gets mixed into next).
they are not as repeatable, because they were accidents, and did not use measured amounts/ proportions.
Which is not to say they couldn't do it, or you couldn't do it. (I recall Mr Stump saying you can mix them all yourself)
there are some examples here which are pretty darn close, if not identical (and also sensible: rubino x white, rubino x light pink, edp x white)