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Sep 20, 2004



There's a newish player-run stats site at www.mogstat.com that could provide some useful information for designers. They're not statisticians, though, so academics might choke at such things as the lack of sample numbers. Also, their cheerful disregard of spelling conventions doesn't immediately fill the reader with confidence.

They could perhaps provide useful comparisons with Nick's Daedalus Project if every once in a while they ask the same questions he does.



Am I the only one who is disturbed by the random assignment of Yes and No to the left and right bars? One question has the left bar being "Yes", then a later question has the left bar being "No". It seems to defeat the purpose of easy-to-see graphs if one is forced to read the fine print to interpret them anyways?

- Brask Mumei

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