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“Gabaix discovered that the frequency with which huge plunges occur follows a well-known tendency known as Zipf's Law.”
“Recall Zipf's Principle of Least Effort: if we plot the frequency of a word P sub n against its rank-order n on logarithmic axes, "babbling into her silence, even her bewilderment graceful," we should of course get something like a straight line ... however we've data that suggest the curves for certain-conditions, well they're actually quite different-schizophrenics for example tend to run a bit flatter in the upper part then progressively steeper-a sort of bow shape ...”
“Based on the work by linguist George Kingsley Zipf, the feature was called Zipf’s law.”
“If we wait, it will be too late, said Cindy Zipf, Executive Director of Clean Ocean Action.”
“There has been no input from stakeholders in a comprehensive way," said Cindy Zipf, the group's executive director.”
“If you follow the Zipf curve of Participation Inequality, or the "90-9-1" rule, turns out our lurking community is very large, but the 10% of you who comment either frequently or intermittently throughout the year is just over 100 people.”
“And I only need a tiny amount of leakage to construct a quick Zipf plot.”
“In that case, the Zipf plot I am compiling will settle in at a value close to zero.”
“He knew that Zipf plots dealt with a particular probability distribution, one in which the frequency of any point in a data set was inversely proportional to its rank in a frequency table.”
“The UT also looks for raw statistical relationships to which a simple Zipf plot might be applicable.”
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