I watched the whole thing the first time I posted.
Originally posted by Razimus
If I were a mathematician & linguist which I'm not I would say the chances of the quotes, words & writing styles matching up would be astronomical, 1
out of 1,000,000,000
You can't really say that whilst claiming that you're not a linguist or mathematician whilst also claiming your critics are not able to have
opinions because they don't hold these qualifications either.
If I gave my CV, if it was particularly impressive to you, would you then listen? And yet you yourself are without such a related body of work or
resume and are expecting people to take you at face value.
You couldn't actually (IMO in my opinion as a qualified homeless person using a borrowed computer) state the chances of the quotes matching up as a
probability. You could perhaps give the probability of your method being accurate, and I guarantee you it would being up false positives even in
I watched. I read. If I haven't prove otherwise.
* You haven't defined your terms. What does 'uncommon' mean in this context? Why is it 'uncommon'?
* You haven't defined the properties of your dataset (how large are they? how many words do they contain?)
* Your findings are contained within your preface and are not tabulated or listed in an easy to read form
* Your method is also within your preface
* You have not explained why or how you chose the datasets you did
* You do not have a comparison dataset(s) (what if you compared another IT blog to Titor's writings?)
* You define some words as being uncommon but then refer to them as 'uncommonly' shared (You mean 'uncommon' shared words? And why are these terms
uncommon? Some are certainly not. )
"it is a snapshot of the"
About 14,600,000 results
You certainly have one or two points but the majority of these are unrelated to your study. Its been well known for a while now that the Titor writer
knew or likely worked within the computer industry, and what you've presented is a possibility ... but this study is not 100% truth or proof.
Feel free to continue to believe I'm incapable of reading / watching a video, but I'm mostly trying to be helpful.