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 Posted by on UTC 2011.02.11Fri at 00:21 Trends.Google.com LGFYME, Uncategorized  Add comments
  • LGFEDJ: Implementation LGYUMY (of most universal solution LGUNIV to fix http://Trends.Google.com (Google Trends))

    1. LGFEDY: Tries to accomplish Strategy LGFEDY
    2. LGFKV8: Term, Unit, & Conversion table
      ID LGFKZY: LGFTK8: LGFOOY: LGFL4M: LGFNF0: LGFOUT: LGFUWE: LGFVXG: LGFVXG
      LGFL0E: Term Unit Example 1, in 2011,the search popularity of: To convert to the prior unit,multiply by To convert to
      (fingers=LGFings), multiply by
      Example 1 converted to (fingers=LGFings) to convert to LGMarms,
      multiply by
      Example 1 converted to LGMarms
      LGFPS8: I can’t find bigger LGFPU7: “Facebook” is 39.0 “food”s LGFPVW: 355 fingers LGFW31: 29.5 kilo-LGMarms
      LGFL0J: food LGFood LGFPOC: “YouTube” is 16.9 “food”s LGFNLH: none LGFNYG: 9.09=1/.11 LGFPQA: 154 fingers LGFVMW:= 757.(57)..=83.(3)../.11 LGFW6A: 1.41 kilo-LGMarms
      LGFL0R: finger LGFing LGFPJA: “WordPress” is 1.31 “finger”s LGFNLL: .11=.11 LGFNYN: 1=.10/.10=9.09*.11 LGFPKR: 1.31fingers LGFVL5: 83.(3)..=8.(3)../.10 LGFWA7: 109 LGMarms
      LGFL0W: snail LGSnai LGFRGW: “Drupal” is 3.50 “snail”s (&deserve it, still in haven’t released v7!) LGFNLT: .10=.10 LGFNYS: .10=1*.10 LGFTZ4: .35 fingers LGFVIZ: 8.(3)..=1/.12 LGFWB3: 29.2 LGMarms
      LGFL10: marmoset LGMarm LGFP5B: “Meetup” is 6.05 “marmoset”s LGFNM0: .12=.12 LGFNYX: .012=.10*.12 LGFP90: 7.2 centi-fingers LGFV3P: 1= LGFWFW: 6.05 LGMarm
      LGFL46: kagu LGKagu LGFOSU: “BigTent” is .08 “kagu”s LGFNMB: .10=.10 LGFNZ7: .0012=.012*.10 LGFOYO: .096 mili-fingers LGFV52: .10=1*.10 LGFWKD: 8 mili-LGMarm
    3. LGFTOX: Unit:
      1. LGFTQV: Using the term name as the unit name would eventually mess up its measurements. A real danger is that if this system becomes popular, if we use the term’s for measuring the unit names, as “Drupal”s popularity is 3.5 snail’s, then people will start searching for this, as “websites over 2 snails” and that will somewhat thrown off the search rankings of these standard terms.
        1. LGFTV4: A workaround I originally thought of would be to have/encourage everything be measured in terms of popular units, as finger or food (so that way this extra use of the term wouldn’t throw off the existing results), but even with finger, as , but that’s still such a large unit that relatively substantial significant sites as BigTent with 24 employees and thousands of groups, is rated a mere .096 mili-fingers.
      2. LGFU6H: A unit name is formed (in the way a universal ID typically does it: take the first characters of the ID code followed by the first characters of the desired name, combined to make a 6-digit ID); specifically in this case I take the first 2 characters of the universal ID, which in this case is always “LG” and append the first 4 characters of the term name.
      3. LGFUCO: Pros thru cons:
        1. LGFUD0: Pro: short, in fact constant length.
        2. LGFUDO: Big Pro: unique, and fairly unlikely to conflict with any existing name nor especially not with the term itself.
        3. LGFUN8: Med-big pro: still gives a good reminder of what the underlying term is.
        4. LGFVFV: Pro: if a term as “marmoset” becomes popular all of a sudden, it will clear that the unit (as LGMarm) is not exactly the same as the term and easier then to get people to use a new term for accuate readings.
        5. LGFUJQ: Small pro: Is a ligitmate a universal ID , thus short & revealing the creation time.
        6. LGFUIS: Con: somewhat hard to pronounce & not super-cute.
    4. LGFXDA: Finding terms with the desired features:
      1. LGFUQM: A stable term 10x more popular than “food” – I can’t find.
        1. LGFKBZ: this saying q[
          food
          1.00
          sex
          4.90
          news
          2.70
          map
          2.85
          love
          1.95

          ]q proposing “sex” as the next step over “food”

          1. but
            1. LGFKMI: “sex” is “4.90”x greater, not 10x
            2. LGFKMP: “sex” is ~3.3x more popular in India (WTF?) which represents a significant % of world population
            3. LGFKMY: “sex” was down about 20% in 2004 & 2005 (hasn’t been steady thru all years)
          2. and since few sites rank above “food”
          3. LGFKRH: I will just use “food” as the top unit.
      2. LGFEGL: this saying q[
        food
        1.00
        finger
        0.11

        ]q proposing “finger” as the next step under “food”

      3. LGFFCL: this saying q[
        finger
        1.00
        snail
        0.10

        ]

        1. LGFFIR: seeing the challenge, my mother came up with “snail” 😉  I had tried these also listed from this which were above & beyond the goal: q[
          finger
          1.00
          snail
          0.10
          possum
          0.07
          skunk
          0.17

          ]q

      4. LGFFMW: this saying q[
        snail
        1.00
        amphibian
        0.28
        marmoset
        0.12
        baiji
        0.01
        kagu
        0.01

        ]q

        1. LGFGT7: “family of marmosets” I just heard off a Dokers’ ad on the radio (KLOS) and it’s about .12, which is almost .10.
      5. LGFGVU: this saying q[
        marmoset
        1.00
        kagu
        0.10
        baiji
        0.06

        ]

        1. LGFHDF: The unit of “kagu” is low that the graph only starts in 2007 and most importantly stutters off for the 1st year.
        2. LGFHGL: It would probably be better to use another term because of the fact it it’s not solid until 2008.09~,.
        3. LGFHIO: Because of the stuttering off at least in the beginning, it suggests it’s level is close (~3x) of the minimum reliable detection level of Google Trends, so going the next step (1/10th) would probably not be easy and/or realistic.
    5. LGG25F: End of Implementation LGYUMY (of most universal solution LGUNIV to fix http://Trends.Google.com (Google Trends))
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