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Subject:Re: Request for Information on Productivity From:Kasey Chang <KaseyC -at- DISCOPY -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 11 Oct 1994 12:06:00 PDT
>My company is looking for a better way to note increases in productivity
>than pages/day or pages/year. Producing more pages is not necessarily good
>our customers. Why show it in 4 when you can show it in 2?
How about taking one of the readability indexes and word count into the
equation? I don't have a formula, but it's an idea to think about...