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  • Its been around for centuries, but modern implementations incorporate rigorous statistical analysis techniques to create a "wordprint" that can conclusively identify and author.


  • Anyway, what I'm trying to say is that I found a good discussion of this fascinating wordprint study over at the

    Mormanity - A Mormon Blog (But Not Just for Mormons) 2009

  • I've made a couple comments on a recent wordprint study claiming to support the wild, wild theory that Sidney Rigdon wrote the Book of Mormon with Solomon Spalding's help (second post).

    Mormanity - A Mormon Blog (But Not Just for Mormons) 2009

  • One ex-Mormon who has long advocated the very puzzling Rigdon theory teamed up with a statistics student and a humanities professor at Stanford and came up with a wordprint test methodology that showed Sidney Rigdon and Solomon Spaulding may have been somewhat closer in their writing style to the Book of Mormon than 19th century poets Longfellow and Barlow, in case you were wondering.

    Mormanity - A Mormon Blog (But Not Just for Mormons) 2009


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  • We also used three basic wordprint definitions: (1) frequency of letters, (2) frequency of commonly occurring noncontextual words, (3) frequency of rarely occurring noncontextual words.

    --Brigham Young University Studies 20: 231 (1979)

    February 13, 2011