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What's wrong with wednesdays?


Gustaf

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Eyeball statistics says that there are no difference between Wednesdays and other weekdays.

 

Whats the difference? Approx 8 finds on Wednesdays and 9 on the other, 11 (?) on Fridays. One needs a lot of observations to make that a significant difference.

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Don't try to outsmart me Kobdalis. You know I'm the guru when it comes to statistics icon_cool.gif

 

It's 8.37 percent on Wednesdays which is a statistically significant difference from the other weekdays, since there are as many as 9742 logs.

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quote:
Originally posted by Cholo:

In the USA, Wed. is known as "hump day".


 

As J.J.Cale sings:

"Wednesday's hump day, hump day's Wednesday

Over the hump, the week's half-gone

If I had my pay on Wednesday I'd hang out, the hump day's gone"

 

So Wednesday is bad for everything icon_wink.gif

 

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Originally posted by Gustaf:

Don't try to outsmart me Kobdalis.


 

I wouldn´t dream of it. I have more important things to do... icon_wink.gificon_wink.gif Like finding small boxes in the woods...

 

quote:
Originally posted by Gustaf:

You know I'm the guru ... icon_cool.gif


 

I know nothing! icon_confused.gif

 

quote:
Originally posted by Gustaf:

It's 8.37 __percent__ on Wednesdays which is a statistically significant difference from the other weekdays, since there are as many as 9742 logs.


 

On which significance level?

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