StATS: What can you do with 100 words? (January 12, 2007). Category: Wiki pages
I added another short entry to Chance News 23 about a dubious claim that 100 words are needed for half of all reading in English.
Here's a list of all the articles I have contributed to Chance News:
- Chance News 23: What can you do with 100 words?
- Chance News 23: Can Google replace your doctor?
- Chance News 23: Amazon's Statistically Improbable Phrases
- Chance News 22: I wasn't making up data, I was imputing!
- Chance News 20: A clumsy attempt at anonymization
- Chance News 18: What does "unable to replicate" mean?
- Chance News 16: Exponential decay in Biblical ages
- Chance News 16: Use and Reliability of Internet information
- Chance News 14: Single and not so carefree
- Chance News 12: Can dogs sniff out cancer?
- Chance News 11: Laughter in the Supreme Court
- Chance News 6: Self Experimentation
- Chance News 4: Racial profiling
- Chance News 4: Can you get fired over the wording of a questionnaire
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