Jason (jcreed) wrote,

The that/which discussion over at languagelog continues with more interesting numbers. Though I don't have any terribly serious doubts, since the strength of the conclusion isn't life-or-death in this case, I still idly wonder what methodological problems with the whG measure might arise here. I don't have any specific objections, just a general level of baseline paranoia because, you know, google doesn't always do what you might expect.

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