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Nate Bunnyfield

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[Sep. 19th, 2008|01:57 pm]
Nate Bunnyfield

How literally-minded are you?

Mean: 7.30 Median: 7.5 Std. Dev 1.90
1
0(0.0%)
2
0(0.0%)
3
0(0.0%)
4
1(5.0%)
5
4(20.0%)
6
3(15.0%)
7
2(10.0%)
8
3(15.0%)
9
4(20.0%)
10
3(15.0%)

How awesome are you?

Mean: 8.37 Median: 9 Std. Dev 2.03
1
0(0.0%)
2
0(0.0%)
3
0(0.0%)
4
2(10.5%)
5
1(5.3%)
6
0(0.0%)
7
2(10.5%)
8
3(15.8%)
9
2(10.5%)
10
9(47.4%)


a pilot study for http://voidptr.livejournal.com/191848.html?thread=249960#t249960
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Comments:
[User Picture]From: lazyman
2008-09-21 10:58 am (UTC)
Estimating "audience engagement" from the number of comments, I went through and ranked your January entries in a few categories. The standouts were all personal anecdotes / introspection, except for the one "link" entry with the Burger King receipt. Surprisingly to me, the presence of a photo with an entry didn't appear to give it a boost -- although the sample size was really too small to draw conclusions. Also, I just realized I should total the number of commenters in addition to the total number of comments. Posts that spawn long back-and-forth conversations are probably different than those that have lots of single responses.
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[User Picture]From: voidptr
2008-09-21 02:58 pm (UTC)
Come up with a spreadsheet for me, and I'll paint it.
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[User Picture]From: voidptr
2008-09-21 03:00 pm (UTC)
Oh, and I would definitely say that your "literal-minded" 10 has a low margin of error.
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