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Copenhagen presentation

Off for Denmark in a few hours. Here are my slides for my Tuesday morning presentation. I didn’t have time to do my now standard video-based presentation style. Much more basic this time around… Trying Google Presenter, too.
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[the making of, pt. 6] Are you experienced?

This is the sixth in a series of posts about the piece of research I am doing on Digg. You can read it from the beginning if you are interested. In the last section I showed a correlation between how much of a response people got from their comments and their propensity to contribute future […]
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[the making of, pt. 5] Rat in a cage

[This is the fifth in a series of posts about a piece of research I am doing on Digg. If you like, you can start at the beginning. At this point, we have the data, and are manipulating it in various ways to try to show some relationships.] Extracting some variables One of the things […]
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[the making of, pt. 4] Basic descriptions of the sample

This is the fourth in a series of posts about a paper I am writing, breaking down the process old-school. It started here. So, in part 3, I talked about how I got the sample of the users (and waived my hands a bit about the sample of the comments). Now, I want to tell […]
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