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--- Sean Hower <hokumhome -at- freehomepage -dot- com> wrote:
> Those basic premises are your foundation for
> your argueing that certain methods of readability,
> those that use word length and sentence length, do
> provide worthwhile data upon which to make
> decisions. Of course, if this isn't what you're
> saying, then I take it back. ;-)
Have another venti -- what I'm arguing is that there
are better ways to *test whether* readability formulae
are worthwhile. I'm not saying they're worthwhile,
just how I think we should investigate the issue.
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