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You are gonna have to give me an example of how this works...

I have 325 XP, the sum of my reps is 458, over 77 posts. The node with the highest rep has 22 rep (and there only one that high), and the lowest is -1 (also a singleton). Although the mean rep is 5.95 (less than $NORM=6.17), the mode is much smaller, at 3 (13 writeups), which is much less than $NORM.

How would you compute my SNR?


In reply to RE: RE: RE: (jcwren) RE: Signal-to-Noise Ratio by BlaisePascal
in thread Signal-to-Noise Ratio by spudzeppelin

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