KDE web logs for research
A. Gunes Koru
gkoru at engr.smu.edu
Sun Aug 10 04:26:31 UTC 2003
There is one thing I forgot to mention in my previous e-mail; Many times
practitioners make observations and reach to somehow counter-intuitive
conclusions. In addition, there might be some points that you could
convince others better if supported by solid data.
In such cases, for example if you have counter-intuitive observations, we
could state some hypotheses formally and try to reach accept/reject
conclusions by using statistical techniques. Or if you think there are
relationships between some variables or factors we could look at
correlations or create several regression models (or other models).
That kind of collaboration would provide very useful results. KDE is a
desktop I use everyday and appreciate its beauty. I would be glad if our
studies could provide beneficial results and somehow make a contribution
to KDE web and to the KDE community in general in addition to forming
scientifically valuable piece of work.
A. Gunes Koru
On Sat, 9 Aug 2003, Dirk Mueller wrote:
> On Don, 07 Aug 2003, A. Gunes Koru wrote:
> > I hope I could answer your questions. Please let me know if you have
> > additional questions and /or comments.
> Thanks for the clarification. From the types of research you do it seems
> unlikely that anonymized apache logs would be of any use for you. We cannot
> hand out the raw logs for privacy reasons.
> If you can make use of anonymized logs (without IP address and cookie or
> similiar information removed), then we might be able to help.
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