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    Autoblog of Harry Potter 7 statistics

    I have created an autoblog that feeds on the HP7 Amazon site, scraping things such as the Amazon sales rank, the number of second hand books for sale, and computes a more exact average, including standard deviation, on the reviews.
    For the time being, with close to two thousand reviews, the standard deviation is going up, and the average reviews slightly down. My hunch is that, once the wave of initial fans vanishes, the average value will reach a more or less definitive value. Which is when I will stop updating it, I guess. For the time being, it's updated daily; it really changes daily.
    Meanwhile, you can take a look at the alternative endings I concocted for the same book.

    2007-08-22 08:53 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in Books

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