Let's loop back to the request at hand. Valerio, can you describe your use
case for access traces at intervals shorter than one hour? The very likely
outcome of this discussion is that the access traces at shorter intervals
will not be made available, but I'm curious about what you would do with
the data if you had it.
On Sep 18, 2014 4:55 PM, "Richard Jensen" <Rjensen(a)uic.edu> wrote:
the basic issue in sampling is to decide what the
target population T
actually is. Then you weight the sample so that each person in the target
population has an equal chance w and people not in it have weight zero.
So what is the target population we want to study?
--the world's population?
--the world's educated population?
--everyone with internet access
--everyone who ever uses Wikipedia
--everyone who use it a lot
--everyone who has knowledge to contribute in positive fashion?
--everyone who has the internet, skills and potential to contribute?
--everyone who has the potential to contribute but does not do so?
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