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Freitag, 4. August 2006
[create N-Gram]s to the people: "We processed 1,011,582,453,213 words of running text and are publishing the counts for all 1,146,580,664 five-word sequences that appear at least 40 times. There are 13,653,070 unique words, after discarding words that appear less than 200 times."
"[...] [T]here's no data like more data [...]"
And in that spirit*, Greg Linden points to even more research data being made available from AOL Research (who'd have known ...).
* Misguided as, in an infinity of non-tongue-in-cheek cases, it is; about the best outcome of that particular data release would be that it raises awareness of what an incredibly detailed picture of their users search companies have ...Subversion Best Practices (Thanks, Gavin!)its importance cannot be underestimated."Wikimania, the blog.
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