__/ [ Larry Qualig ] on Thursday 11 May 2006 16:09 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> According to Google Trends©
> A couple of points. First this isn't a "popularity" trend. It's the
> number of Google searches for a particular keyword.
Very true. A search might be indication of a flaw, to which
documentation/assistance is unavailable in paper form (or from the
next-door neighbour, Hot lines, etc.). One could interpret the figures in
a positive context and argue that distributions such as Ubuntu obviated
the need to search for answers.
> Second, what is the scale of the Y-axis? Does the Y-axis range from 0
> at the bottom to 100 billion at the top or is it 4 million at the base
> and 5 million at the top?
See my reply to Relik. I address this point.
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