WP Talk discussions of data tense

Seq Article Talk Page Date
1 Talk:Disk storage (section RfC on "data are" or "data is") 3-Nov-17
10 Talk:Global warming 3-Nov-17
40 Talk:Joseph Stalin 3-Nov-17
340 Talk:Hierarchical database model 3-Nov-17
637 Talk:Religion in Italy 3-Nov-17
1396 Talk:Simpson's paradox 3-Nov-17
313 Talk:List of countries by GDP (PPP)/Archive 3 2-Nov-17
205 Talk:Atmosphere of Earth 1-Nov-17
718 Talk:Race (human categorization)/Archive 25 1-Nov-17
871 Talk:Race (human categorization)/Archive 16 1-Nov-17
1018 Talk:Race (human categorization)/Archive 18 1-Nov-17
913 Talk:Made World Tour 31-Oct-17
1090 Talk:Climate of Malta 31-Oct-17
379 Talk:Islam by country 27-Oct-17
130 Talk:Religion in France 26-Oct-17
475 Talk:Slavs/Archive 6 26-Oct-17
502 Talk:Milan 26-Oct-17
667 Talk:Religion in Germany 26-Oct-17
973 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 97 26-Oct-17
880 Talk:Gulag/Archive 5 25-Oct-17
733 Talk:List of countries by GDP (nominal)/Archive 8 24-Oct-17
106 Talk:List of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (PPP) 22-Oct-17
109 Talk:Utica, New York (section Climate data is inaccurate) 22-Oct-17
190 Talk:Well logging 22-Oct-17
1405 Talk:Urdu/Archive 6 21-Oct-17
898 Talk:Prescription drug prices in the United States 17-Oct-17
970 Talk:John Christy 17-Oct-17
1417 Talk:Flat file database 17-Oct-17
1432 Talk:Poland/Archive 7 16-Oct-17
658 Talk:The China Study 14-Oct-17
595 Talk:United States foreign aid (section FY12 Data is ridiculously inflated.) 13-Oct-17
1144 Talk:Robert Conquest 13-Oct-17
94 Talk:Geographic information system 12-Oct-17
1303 Talk:Geodetic datum 12-Oct-17
115 Talk:List of countries by GDP (PPP) per capita/Archive 2 (section The world bank data is outdated) 11-Oct-17
430 Talk:List of average human height worldwide 11-Oct-17
145 Talk:Storage virtualization 10-Oct-17
823 Talk:Merge sort 10-Oct-17
1441 Talk:List of public corporations by market capitalization 10-Oct-17
1105 Talk:Front-side bus 8-Oct-17
142 Talk:Incarceration in the United States 6-Oct-17
337 Talk:Serbian language 5-Oct-17
550 Talk:Economy of Russia 5-Oct-17
778 Talk:Amphetamine/Archive 4 5-Oct-17
367 Talk:Sorting algorithm 4-Oct-17
574 Talk:List of countries by English-speaking population 4-Oct-17
46 Talk:List of European countries by average wage 3-Oct-17
388 Talk:Big Bang (South Korean band) 1-Oct-17
394 Talk:Mobile phones and driving safety 1-Oct-17
442 Talk:Christianity by country 1-Oct-17
505 Talk:Latvian euro coins 1-Oct-17
745 Talk:Seal hunting 1-Oct-17
1498 Talk:American Idol controversies 1-Oct-17
214 Talk:Economy of Venezuela 30-Sep-17
250 Talk:List of countries by ratio of GDP to carbon dioxide emissions 30-Sep-17
280 Talk:Information security 30-Sep-17
946 Talk:Film industry 30-Sep-17
952 Talk:Satu Mare 30-Sep-17
1039 Talk:Economy of Serbia 30-Sep-17
1081 Talk:Santee, California 30-Sep-17
1255 Talk:Independence/Democracy 30-Sep-17
37 Talk:Birmingham 29-Sep-17
202 Talk:California State University, Fresno 29-Sep-17
211 Talk:Cardiff 29-Sep-17
241 Talk:Lucknow 29-Sep-17
328 Talk:Rape of males 29-Sep-17
331 Talk:Volkswagen 29-Sep-17
334 Talk:Hubbert peak theory 29-Sep-17
397 Talk:Economy of Greece 29-Sep-17
409 Talk:Proxima Centauri 29-Sep-17
547 Talk:Poverty in the United States 29-Sep-17
607 Talk:T-80 (section Some Technical Data are Wrong) 29-Sep-17
694 Talk:Hungarian language 29-Sep-17
1186 Talk:History of Ukraine 29-Sep-17
1195 Talk:Digital subscriber line 29-Sep-17
58 Talk:Data recovery 28-Sep-17
493 Talk:Fast Fourier transform 28-Sep-17
628 Talk:Big data/Archive 2 28-Sep-17
922 Talk:Kefir 26-Sep-17
682 Talk:United States presidential election, 2008/Archive 14 25-Sep-17
1438 Talk:Religion in Belgium 25-Sep-17
1378 Talk:Democide 24-Sep-17
1021 Talk:List of U.S. states by elevation 23-Sep-17
184 Talk:Economy of China 22-Sep-17
217 Talk:List of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (nominal) 22-Sep-17
28 Talk:RAID/Archive 6 (section "Data is" vs. "data are") 21-Sep-17
346 Talk:Boletus edulis 21-Sep-17
496 Talk:Chileans 21-Sep-17
862 Talk:Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere 21-Sep-17
4 Talk:Data 20-Sep-17
253 Talk:Level of support for evolution 20-Sep-17
259 Talk:Montana Meth Project 20-Sep-17
805 Talk:List of battles by casualties 20-Sep-17
925 Talk:Light/Archive 2 20-Sep-17
1093 Talk:Solubility table 19-Sep-17
709 Talk:Influenza research 18-Sep-17
979 Talk:Effect size 17-Sep-17
1165 Talk:Cuba/Archive 19 (section Human Development Index data is out of date) 15-Sep-17
229 Talk:Climate change in the Arctic 14-Sep-17
55 Talk:Dnipro 11-Sep-17
1201 Talk:Distributed hash table 11-Sep-17
508 Talk:Dimmu Borgir 10-Sep-17
664 Talk:Diablada 9-Sep-17
1282 Talk:Demographics of the Soviet Union 8-Sep-17
1036 Talk:Religion in Greece 7-Sep-17
724 Talk:Romania/Archive 11 6-Sep-17
13 Talk:Global warming/FAQ 5-Sep-17
1384 Talk:Data sharing 4-Sep-17
700 Talk:Comparison between U.S. states and countries by GDP (nominal) 3-Sep-17
1024 Talk:Banat 2-Sep-17
67 Talk:List of countries by carbon dioxide emissions per capita 1-Sep-17
301 Talk:Free City of Cracow 1-Sep-17
634 Talk:Statistics/Archive 4 31-Aug-17
844 Talk:Dendrochronology 31-Aug-17
1060 Talk:Boomburb 31-Aug-17
1168 Talk:List of countries by public debt 30-Aug-17
754 Talk:Chronic fatigue syndrome/Archive 19 24-Aug-17
976 Talk:Peak oil/Archive 8 24-Aug-17
256 Talk:Multilingualism 19-Aug-17
385 Talk:Middle-Eastern Americans 18-Aug-17
643 Talk:Bow and arrow 17-Aug-17
676 Talk:Corporate tax in the United States 13-Aug-17
1045 Talk:Corydoras 13-Aug-17
841 Talk:List of urban areas in the European Union 11-Aug-17
1015 Talk:Comparison of orbital launch systems/Archive 4 11-Aug-17
757 Talk:College admissions in the United States 10-Aug-17
1162 Talk:Closing milestones of the Dow Jones Industrial Average 9-Aug-17
1312 Talk:Floating-point arithmetic/Archive 2 9-Aug-17
436 Talk:Cladistics 8-Aug-17
532 Talk:List of countries by number of mobile phones in use 7-Aug-17
1141 Talk:List of ongoing armed conflicts/Archive 9 7-Aug-17
1420 Talk:Usage share of operating systems/Archive 6 4-Aug-17
511 Talk:Data Encryption Standard 31-Jul-17
565 Talk:Cookeville, Tennessee 31-Jul-17
1426 Talk:List of weather records 31-Jul-17
85 Talk:List of countries by government budget (section Deficit/Surplus data are wrong.) 29-Jul-17
1171 Talk:Bismarck, North Dakota 26-Jul-17
679 Talk:Banja Luka 25-Jul-17
1273 Talk:White noise 23-Jul-17
178 Talk:Turkey/Archive 22 (section American Cia data is not faulty lens) 22-Jul-17
400 Talk:Irritable bowel syndrome 22-Jul-17
469 Talk:The Rolling Stones/Archive 5 22-Jul-17
556 Talk:Electronic cigarette/Archive 21 22-Jul-17
631 Talk:Creationism/Archive 1 22-Jul-17
652 Talk:Paraphilic infantilism/Archive 5 22-Jul-17
904 Talk:Waldorf education/Archive 10 22-Jul-17
943 Talk:Global warming/Archive 37 22-Jul-17
1099 Talk:Organic food/Archive 4 22-Jul-17
1129 Talk:Turkish people/Archive 6 22-Jul-17
1150 Talk:Finasteride/Archive 2 22-Jul-17
1183 Talk:Circumcision/Archive 36 22-Jul-17
1207 Talk:Ukrainians/Archive 2 22-Jul-17
454 Talk:Axion 20-Jul-17
832 Talk:Speed of electricity 20-Jul-17
199 Talk:Bernie S. Siegel 18-Jul-17
31 Talk:List of countries by average wage (section Won't it be nice to add in what currency the data are?) 17-Jul-17
910 Talk:Music visualization 17-Jul-17
610 Talk:List of countries by life expectancy 13-Jul-17
382 Talk:Map projection 12-Jul-17
775 Talk:Asturian language 10-Jul-17
61 Talk:Areal density (computer storage) 8-Jul-17
277 Talk:Nonlinear regression 7-Jul-17
580 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 18 7-Jul-17
616 Talk:OpenStreetMap 7-Jul-17
1237 Talk:Scientific opinion on climate change/Archive 20 7-Jul-17
1240 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 78 7-Jul-17
1327 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 93 7-Jul-17
1351 Talk:Scientific method/Archive 20 7-Jul-17
1402 Talk:September 11 attacks/Archive 54 7-Jul-17
1471 Talk:Planck constant/Archive 4 7-Jul-17
70 Talk:Global warming/Archive 73 6-Jul-17
127 Talk:Hubble Space Telescope/Archive 2 (section 'Data is' vs. 'Data are') 6-Jul-17
262 Talk:Climatic Research Unit email controversy/Archive 40 6-Jul-17
370 Talk:Data warehouse 6-Jul-17
484 Talk:Joseph Stalin/Archive 9 6-Jul-17
568 Talk:English people/Archive 3 6-Jul-17
685 Talk:Zero-rating 6-Jul-17
691 Talk:Database/Archive 2 (section "The data are" in the second sentence is incorrect.) 6-Jul-17
742 Talk:Gauss–Newton algorithm 6-Jul-17
781 Talk:Information visualization 6-Jul-17
790 Talk:Communism/Archive 3 6-Jul-17
835 Talk:Gulag/Archive 4 6-Jul-17
988 Talk:HIV/AIDS denialism/Archive 8 6-Jul-17
1030 Talk:Climatic Research Unit email controversy/Archive 22 6-Jul-17
1135 Talk:India/Archive 37 6-Jul-17
1213 Talk:Intelligence quotient/Archive 1 6-Jul-17
1285 Talk:Gulag/Archive 2 (section Zemskov'd data is a reliable sourse.) 6-Jul-17
1447 Talk:Greeks/Archive 6 6-Jul-17
1468 Talk:Gulag/Archive 3 6-Jul-17
1495 Talk:Flight and expulsion of Germans (1944–50)/Archive 19 6-Jul-17
523 Talk:Wilcoxon signed-rank test 5-Jul-17
1291 Talk:Human height/Archive 6 5-Jul-17
289 Talk:Ancient Macedonian language 3-Jul-17
136 Talk:Satellite temperature measurements 30-Jun-17
811 Talk:Adriatic Sea 26-Jun-17
1159 Talk:Chiropractic/Archive 28 22-Jun-17
1231 Talk:Chiropractic/Archive 27 22-Jun-17
421 Talk:List of regions by past GDP (PPP) 21-Jun-17
967 Talk:Battle of Berlin/Archive 5 21-Jun-17
538 Talk:List of countries by number of Internet users 20-Jun-17
1078 Talk:200 metres 18-Jun-17
766 Talk:List of million-plus urban agglomerations in India/Archive 1 17-Jun-17
304 Talk:List of countries by firearm-related death rate (section Missing data is a point of view) 16-Jun-17
817 Talk:Abortion/Archive 37 16-Jun-17
1387 Talk:Abortion/Archive 38 16-Jun-17
415 Talk:Qualitative research 13-Jun-17
727 Talk:Scots language/Archive 15 11-Jun-17
238 Talk:Gamergate controversy/Archive 10 10-Jun-17
715 Talk:Climatic Research Unit email controversy/Archive 5 10-Jun-17
901 Talk:West African Ebola virus epidemic/Archive 2 10-Jun-17
1246 Talk:WikiLeaks/Archive 5 (section How come leaks of such volumes and qualities of intelligence data are possible to be leaked from the US intelligence organizations ?) 10-Jun-17
706 Talk:List of U.S. states by GDP per capita 8-Jun-17
955 Talk:Arab–Israeli conflict/Archive 6 6-Jun-17
1363 Talk:List of U.S. states by GDP 5-Jun-17
730 Talk:Visible spectrum 31-May-17
808 Talk:Maharishi Vedic City, Iowa 30-May-17
1264 Talk:Anchorage, Alaska/Archive 1 22-May-17
577 Talk:List of highest mountains on Earth 21-May-17
1096 Talk:Madonna discography 21-May-17
478 Talk:List of United States rapid transit systems by ridership (section APTA ridership data is way off) 19-May-17
592 Talk:List of Internet exchange points by size 18-May-17
697 Talk:List of R1a frequency by population 18-May-17
931 Talk:Smiling Buddha 18-May-17
1354 Talk:The Amazing Race 24 17-May-17
487 Talk:Linked data 16-May-17
601 Talk:Australia/Archive 17 16-May-17
826 Talk:List of Airbus A380 orders and deliveries 16-May-17
1108 Talk:Religion in Ukraine 13-May-17
322 Talk:Household income in the United States 12-May-17
391 Talk:Income inequality in the United States 12-May-17
139 Talk:Indigenous Australians 10-May-17
589 Talk:Ordnance Survey 4-May-17
121 Talk:List of countries by traffic-related death rate (section Data is off) 26-Apr-17
427 Talk:Pie chart 26-Apr-17
160 Talk:Murder in the United States by state 24-Apr-17
343 Talk:World energy consumption 21-Apr-17
88 Talk:Statistics relating to enlargement of the European Union 18-Apr-17
625 Talk:Mount Damavand 18-Apr-17
244 Talk:Global Consciousness Project 16-Apr-17
562 Talk:List of experimental errors and frauds in physics 16-Apr-17
1456 Talk:Climatic Research Unit email controversy/Archive 24 16-Apr-17
895 Talk:Climatic Research Unit email controversy/Archive 18 15-Apr-17
1477 Talk:Dark matter/Archive 5 15-Apr-17
1111 Talk:Apophenia 14-Apr-17
325 Talk:Atorvastatin 11-Apr-17
1156 Talk:Electronic cigarette/Archive 19 11-Apr-17
1249 Talk:Sandy Island, New Caledonia/Archive 1 11-Apr-17
853 Talk:Serial Peripheral Interface Bus 7-Apr-17
964 Talk:Statistics/Archive 1 5-Apr-17
868 Talk:Car Allowance Rebate System 2-Apr-17
799 Talk:Spectrogram 28-Mar-17
673 Talk:Minbari 26-Mar-17
949 Talk:SOMUA S35 23-Mar-17
541 Talk:Polar Operational Environmental Satellites 18-Mar-17
271 Talk:Wikimapia 17-Mar-17
352 Talk:Composition of the human body 14-Mar-17
175 Talk:RAID/Archive index 13-Mar-17
118 Talk:NoSQL 2-Mar-17
463 Talk:Valletta 27-Feb-17
424 Talk:Discovery Expedition 18-Feb-17
286 Talk:Relational database 15-Feb-17
1297 Talk:Metaprogramming 21-Jan-17
97 Talk:List of earthquakes in 2016 15-Jan-17
586 Talk:United Kingdom/Archive 29 8-Jan-17
349 Talk:Hubble Space Telescope/Archive 1 (section 'Data are' versus 'Data is') 6-Jan-17
1216 Talk:List of countries by rail usage 1-Jan-17
1450 Talk:South Korea/Archive 3 1-Jan-17
460 Talk:Tuscany 23-Dec-16
1003 Talk:List of countries by percentage of population living in poverty 22-Dec-16
196 Talk:Data visualization 21-Dec-16
418 Talk:Disk encryption 21-Dec-16
172 Talk:Don 2 14-Dec-16
472 Talk:Utigurs 12-Dec-16
16 Talk:Data (computing) (section Data are?) 7-Dec-16
235 Talk:Null hypothesis 24-Nov-16
1357 Talk:Sydney/Archive 5 20-Nov-16
91 Talk:Economy of India/infobox 16-Nov-16
439 Talk:List of countries by GDP (PPP) per capita/Archive 1 (section New IMF data are on the air.) 16-Nov-16
529 Talk:God/Archive 3 16-Nov-16
553 Talk:Global warming/Archive 15 16-Nov-16
1000 Talk:Religion/Archive 5 16-Nov-16
1033 Talk:Case–Shiller index 16-Nov-16
1270 Talk:List of languages by number of native speakers/Archive 1 16-Nov-16
1369 Talk:Circumcision/Archive 9 16-Nov-16
1453 Talk:European Union/Archive 6 16-Nov-16
1486 Talk:List of countries and dependencies by population/Archive 1 16-Nov-16
1117 Talk:Keeling Curve 12-Nov-16
19 Talk:Write amplification (section Data is vs. data are) 10-Nov-16
859 Talk:Budjak 10-Nov-16
193 Talk:List of largest selling pharmaceutical products 8-Nov-16
883 Talk:Batman, Turkey 28-Oct-16
268 Talk:Barbadian British 26-Oct-16
937 Talk:Banten 25-Oct-16
1345 Talk:2.5GBASE-T and 5GBASE-T 18-Oct-16
406 Talk:Plurale tantum/Archive 1 12-Oct-16
928 Talk:Mass noun 12-Oct-16
481 Talk:Strumica 10-Oct-16
1252 Talk:English people/Archive 6 8-Oct-16
319 Talk:Data corruption 5-Oct-16
64 Talk:Global warming/Archive 72 3-Oct-16
292 Talk:Digital container format 3-Oct-16
1198 Talk:Global warming/Archive 21 30-Sep-16
1315 Talk:Social psychology/Archive 2 26-Sep-16
961 Talk:Tyrone Hayes 23-Sep-16
133 Talk:Gustav Holst 15-Sep-16
220 Talk:Parkerian Hexad 11-Sep-16
1339 Talk:IQ and Global Inequality/Archive 2 28-Aug-16
784 Talk:ZIP Code/Archive 2 22-Aug-16
1138 Talk:Global warming hiatus/Archive 3 17-Aug-16
1192 Talk:Haitian Americans 28-Jul-16
355 Talk:Disc rot 16-Jul-16
712 Talk:Software/Archive 1 6-Jul-16
364 Talk:Scramjet programs 4-Jul-16
619 Talk:List of countries by Human Development Index/Archive 2 (section Nepal data is weird) 11-Jun-16
103 Talk:Scanian dialect 3-Jun-16
646 Talk:Tbilisi/Archives/2011/October 31-May-16
991 Talk:Polychlorinated dibenzodioxins 27-May-16
43 Talk:Electron affinity (section Data is/Data are) 13-May-16
1048 Talk:Human height/Archive 4 13-May-16
1075 Talk:Water supply and sanitation in Colombia 30-Apr-16
838 Talk:Data exchange 23-Apr-16
1300 Talk:Katie Piper 20-Apr-16
298 Talk:Lake James (Indiana)/GA1 19-Apr-16
1279 Talk:List of countries by beer consumption per capita 19-Apr-16
1189 Talk:Data (Star Trek)/Archive 1 15-Apr-16
283 Talk:Wikipedia/Archive 22 10-Apr-16
526 Talk:The Scientific World Journal 5-Apr-16
994 Talk:Windows Media Audio 5-Apr-16
226 Talk:PNR Metro South Commuter Line 30-Mar-16
361 Talk:Energy Catalyzer/Archive 22 28-Mar-16
772 Talk:List of Israeli strikes and Palestinian casualties in the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict 22-Mar-16
457 Talk:Raw image format 20-Mar-16
1414 Talk:Human penis size/Archive 7 21-Feb-16
169 Talk:Meta 18-Feb-16
295 Talk:Denver/Archive 2010 10-Feb-16
265 Talk:West African Ebola virus epidemic/Archive 2014-11 3-Feb-16
1114 Talk:Freekeh 25-Jan-16
151 Talk:Mouma Das (section Respected Wikipedia the performance data is incorrect) 18-Jan-16
358 Talk:New England School of Law 9-Jan-16
310 Talk:ComScore/Archives/2013 4-Jan-16
1009 Talk:List of ongoing armed conflicts/Archive 7 17-Dec-15
1126 Talk:Hard disk drive/Archive 15 5-Dec-15
1261 Talk:German acupuncture trials/Archive 1 3-Dec-15
814 Talk:Global warming/Archive 47 2-Dec-15
1219 Talk:Temperature record of the past 1000 years/Archive 3 2-Dec-15
1336 Talk:Housing inequality in Ohio 28-Nov-15
892 Talk:List of countries by infant mortality rate 16-Nov-15
1342 Talk:Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer 12-Nov-15
517 Talk:Economy of the European Union/Archive 1 (section All data are old and need to be changed!!) 8-Nov-15
1072 Talk:List of countries by military expenditures/Archive 3 (section Do your guys really believe Russia and China's military spending data is TRUE????) 2-Nov-15
1408 Talk:Telephone exchange 2-Nov-15
154 Talk:List of brightest stars 29-Oct-15
763 Talk:SCSI 14-Oct-15
907 Talk:Eric Dill 8-Oct-15
703 Talk:Climatic Research Unit 1-Oct-15
622 Talk:List of countries by GDP (nominal) per capita/Archive 1 (section New IMF data are on the air.) 10-Sep-15
1372 Talk:Angiosperm Phylogeny Group 30-Aug-15
544 Talk:Filipino Americans/Archive 3 27-Aug-15
274 Talk:Savitzky–Golay filter 14-Aug-15
82 Talk:WIPO Copyright Treaty/Archives/2012 13-Aug-15
181 Talk:Thomas Piketty 3-Aug-15
100 Talk:List of countries by carbon dioxide emissions/Archive 2 23-Jun-15
1381 Talk:Skagen 6-May-15
1348 Talk:Electronic cigarette/Archive 23 22-Apr-15
1102 Talk:Six figure income 26-Mar-15
649 Talk:List of countries by GDP (PPP)/Archive 2 (section new worldbank data is out) 15-Mar-15
1066 Talk:Genetics and archaeogenetics of South Asia/Archive 1 20-Feb-15
760 Talk:Usage share of web browsers/Archive 5 19-Feb-15
166 Talk:Unified growth theory 18-Feb-15
208 Talk:Main Page/Archive 159 18-Feb-15
1333 Talk:List of languages by number of native speakers in India/Archive 1 16-Feb-15
877 Talk:Big data/Archive 1 2-Feb-15
1180 Talk:Theta criterion 10-Dec-14
232 Talk:Hard disk drive/Archive 14 25-Nov-14
112 Talk:Thomson problem 2-Nov-14
1234 Talk:List of metro systems/Archive 12 18-Oct-14
640 Talk:Opinion polling in the Canadian federal election, 2011 7-Oct-14
1225 Talk:Pibb Xtra 10-Sep-14
124 Talk:Shoalhaven River 31-Aug-14
1474 Talk:List of cities proper by population/Archive 6 16-Aug-14
307 Talk:Kailash Chandra Meher 10-Aug-14
874 Talk:False precision 5-Aug-14
739 Talk:Disk mirroring 23-Jul-14
889 Talk:Paris/Archive 11 16-May-14
982 Talk:Segregated cycle facilities/Archive 2 14-May-14
373 Talk:List of metropolitan areas of Peru/Archive 1 1-Apr-14
163 Talk:Japanese sleeper ray 1-Mar-14
1444 Talk:Selkirk, Scottish Borders 24-Feb-14
1321 Talk:Tea Party movement/Archive 8 18-Jan-14
49 Talk:Japanese sleeper ray/GA1 1-Jan-14
1132 Talk:Catenanuova/Archive 1 22-Dec-13
7 Talk:Qualitative data 1-Dec-13
187 Talk:Economic statistics 30-Nov-13
886 Talk:Statistical inference 25-Nov-13
316 Talk:Circumcision/Archive 43 11-Nov-13
490 Talk:Circumcision/Archive 42 11-Nov-13
499 Talk:Circumcision/Archive 5 11-Nov-13
736 Talk:Circumcision/Archive 28 11-Nov-13
661 Talk:Australia/Archive 14 10-Nov-13
916 Talk:Vapor pressure 9-Oct-13
52 Talk:Mass Effect 2: Kasumi - Stolen Memory/GA1 7-Aug-13
223 Talk:Mass Effect 2: Kasumi - Stolen Memory 7-Aug-13
919 Talk:Bicycle helmets in Australia/Archive 4 4-Aug-13
1276 Talk:Battle of Kursk/Archive 4 5-Jul-13
451 Talk:River terraces (tectonic–climatic interaction) 14-Jun-13
1123 Talk:Bicycle helmet/Archive 4 6-Jun-13
997 Talk:Bicycle helmets in Australia/Archive 2 4-Jun-13
1411 Talk:Christian Science/Archive 5 30-May-13
247 Talk:Environment in China/Archive 1 15-May-13
1084 Talk:Satellite temperature measurements/Archive 1 1-May-13
865 Talk:Kyoto Protocol/Archive 7 28-Apr-13
721 Talk:List of the verified oldest people/Archive 14 21-Apr-13
1087 Talk:Washington, D.C./Archive 4 21-Apr-13
1063 Talk:Reimy 23-Mar-13
148 Talk:Climatic Research Unit email controversy/Archive 20 2-Mar-13
1429 Talk:Turkey/Archive 19 2-Mar-13
1057 Talk:Data mining/2011 21-Feb-13
940 Talk:List of countries by carbon dioxide emissions per capita/Archive 1 28-Jan-13
412 Talk:Bengal famine of 1943/Archives/2006/April 2-Jan-13
1027 Talk:Ancient Egyptian race controversy/Archive 20 30-Nov-12
571 Talk:List of countries by carbon dioxide emissions/Archive 1 (section New Data is finally out for 2006) 29-Nov-12
655 Talk:Empirical evidence/Archive 1 22-Nov-12
829 Talk:Xiong'er Volcanic Belt 17-Nov-12
670 Talk:La Plata High School 17-Sep-12
157 Talk:English language/Archive 1 15-Sep-12
793 Talk:The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints/Archive 5 15-Sep-12
1222 Talk:Wikipedia/Archive 16 15-Sep-12
1006 Talk:Frequentist probability 12-Jul-12
1174 Talk:Global warming/Archive 59 18-May-12
1120 Talk:Global warming/Archive 46 7-May-12
76 Talk:List of regions of Quebec 6-May-12
613 Talk:List of Latin American subnational entities by Human Development Index 3-Mar-12
751 Talk:Evolution/Archive 1 11-Jan-12
1489 Talk:Global warming/Archive 54 7-Jan-12
1330 Talk:Regression toward the mean/Archive 2 22-Dec-11
73 Talk:Data model 18-Dec-11
688 Talk:NCAA Rowing Championship 22-Nov-11
1492 Talk:Paragliding/Archive 2 2-Nov-11
1462 Talk:Gaza War/Archive 44 26-Oct-11
1042 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 17 10-Sep-11
1069 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 43 10-Sep-11
583 Talk:List of cities proper by population/Archive 5 4-Sep-11
958 Talk:Juice Plus/Archive 5 11-Aug-11
1267 Talk:Female genital mutilation/Archive 5 29-Jul-11
604 Talk:List of languages by number of native speakers/Archive 5 11-Jun-11
520 Talk:Usage share of web browsers/Archive 2 17-Jan-11
1051 Talk:List of cities proper by population/Archive 3 11-Jan-11
1375 Talk:Albanians/Archive 1 2-Jan-11
25 Talk:Hard disk drive/Archive 6 26-Nov-10
1465 Talk:LGBT parenting/Archive 5 20-Nov-10
856 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 85 9-Nov-10
1258 Talk:South Korea/Archive 7 18-Oct-10
403 Talk:Global warming/Archive 25 12-Oct-10
445 Talk:United Kingdom/Archive 15 12-Oct-10
820 Talk:Quantity theory of money/Archive Panache 12-Oct-10
1153 Talk:Global warming/Archive 17 12-Oct-10
1399 Talk:Models of migration to the New World/Archive 1 12-Oct-10
1483 Talk:Global warming controversy/Archive 3 12-Oct-10
1324 Talk:Global warming/Archive 58 11-Oct-10
1390 Talk:Climatic Research Unit email controversy/Archive 23 11-Oct-10
433 Talk:George W. Bush/Archive 15 19-Sep-10
535 Talk:Global warming/Archive 35 19-Sep-10
748 Talk:Climatic Research Unit email controversy/Archive 19 (section Tree ring data is rubbish but so what?) 19-Sep-10
787 Talk:Global warming/Archive 6 19-Sep-10
1480 Talk:Global warming/Archive 32 19-Sep-10
1393 Talk:Race and genetics/Archive 3 17-Sep-10
802 Talk:Endianness/Archive 24-Aug-10
1243 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 81 14-Jun-10
1306 Talk:MATLAB/Archive 1 7-Jun-10
796 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 80 2-Jun-10
34 Talk:Séverus de Gascogne 1-May-10
1459 Talk:2004 U.S. Election controversies and irregularities/Archive 4 10-Jan-10
1204 Talk:Cold fusion/Archive 34 21-Dec-09
847 Talk:Music industry/Archive 1 14-Sep-09
850 Talk:VG Chartz/Archive 1 20-Jul-09
79 Talk:Rorschach test/2009 consensus review 20-Jun-09
376 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 44 (section Flynn IQ Data are Patent Nonsense) 3-Jun-09
559 Talk:Usage share of web browsers/Archive 1 26-May-09
448 Talk:Cladistics/to do 6-Apr-09
466 Talk:Brussels-Capital Region/NamingArchive3 5-Mar-09
22 Talk:Data auditing 24-Jan-09
1360 Talk:List of companies by revenue/Archive 1 17-Dec-08
598 Talk:Bosnia and Herzegovina/Image discussion Bih 1991.jpg 25-Nov-08
1147 Talk:List of storms in the 2006 Pacific hurricane season/ACE calcs 18-Nov-08
934 Talk:University of California, Riverside/Archive 4 14-Nov-08
1177 Talk:University of California, Riverside/Archive 6 14-Nov-08
1294 Talk:RAID/Archive 2 13-Nov-08
1366 Talk:Terri Schiavo case/Archive 17 3-Nov-08
1423 Talk:What the Bleep Do We Know!?/Archive 7 7-Jul-08
1435 Talk:List of countries by GDP (nominal)/Archive 1 12-Jun-08
1054 Talk:Shredding (data remanence) 27-Feb-08
1210 Talk:Black people/Archive 10 19-May-07
985 Talk:List of metropolitan areas by population/Archive 1 8-Feb-07
1288 Talk:The Skeptical Environmentalist/Archive 1 23-Dec-06
514 Talk:Human height/Archive 1 21-Dec-06
1012 Talk:2004 U.S. Election controversies and irregularities/Archive 3 20-Dec-06
1309 Talk:2004 U.S. Election controversies and irregularities/Archive 2 20-Dec-06
769 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 5 10-Jun-06
1318 Talk:Race and intelligence/Archive 13 10-Jun-06
1228 Talk:Cazin 20-Dec-05
2 been over whether we say "data are" or "data is", that is, whether "datais the plural of "datum" (therefore "the data are", similar to "the trees are")
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5 there is an article for Data (Computing). Why we have that inconsistency? Data is defined as: "is a set of values of qualitative or quantitative variables
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8 "informal" data is in sharp contradiction with the last sentence "it is possible to approximate quantitative data from qualitative data" (thus qual. data areformalisable)
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11 Pluto has an extremely elliptical orbit with a period of about 248 years. Data are sparse, but two data points from 1988 and 2002 indirectly suggest that
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14 Pluto has an extremely elliptical orbit with a period of about 248 years. Data are sparse, but two data points from 1988 and 2002 indirectly suggest that
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17 "Digital data is" and "Digital data are". Which is correct? Or are both acceptable usage? EE JRW (talk) 01:02, 23 August 2014 (UTC) Data are "the quantities
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20 this article before anyone proposing to change my original use of "data is" vs. "data are" was challenged. The original definition of Data (plural) and Datum
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23 "Datais plural. Thus, change to "data are."
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26 understand that "data is" is acceptable in American English but that doesn't make "data are" unacceptable! Personally I don't use "data is." Wikipedia has
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29 configuration, except the data is written to three drives at once, and can be read from any of the three. Any two drives can fail and no data is lost. This would
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32 au/jobs-resources/?cid=sk:main:au:tab:tools It is not clear from which year the data is. Please add, who ever has information about it. --193.92.218.46 (talk)
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35 notable to history. The citation given as a source for the historical data are completely independent of me, or the person cited, as the person lived
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38 largest being a Bareilvi mosque in Bradford, with space for 8,000. The data are also analysed by parliamentary constituencies and local authorities. The
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41 published, and the commission was disbanded by Yeltsin. Hence the "newer" data are just as good as the older ones, and one must really provide whole range
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44 Professor S. H. Strauss, Colorado State Univ. I reverted the change to "Data is" in the leader for the table. My rationale for doing this was that the
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47 income tax in Russia is 13% for every employee. But if all other countries' data is gross, why should Russia be an exception? Iain (talk) 11:42, 30 March 2014
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50 of merely "deep"? Changed. "Though little specific data are available" Is available? "Datais plural. Seems to be a bit more complicated than that:
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53 got out." -- this part's a bit unclear to me. What data are we talking about? The actual data is never revealed in the game. Nevertheless, I clarified
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56 www.meteoblue.com states that its data "are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations" and that the "data is derived from our global NEMS weather
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59 images of unerased remnants of the previously stored data are presented. These unerased data are attributed to slight radial deviations in write head
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62 the HDD historical price data is not clear but to the extent it is based upon Cost of Hard Drive Storage Space such data are likely not reliable. The
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65 uk/news/earth/environment/globalwarming/11395516/The-fiddling-with-temperature-data-is-the-biggest-science-scandal-ever.html (maybe NOT appropriate for this article
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68 problem. You can't use it effectively as each country and its most recent data are not visible at the same time. Suggest that old data (older than 2000) be
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71 at any given point in time, like now, the released data is the released data. And the UAH 6.0 data is what it is, it is the current official, reliable,
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74 these arguments: A data model is defined as a model that describes how data is represented and accessed. And a Data flow diagram doesn't fit this definition
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77 areas. Land area data are unofficial, and are provided for the sole purpose of calculating population density.[2] The Census data are consistently higher
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80 making decisions (thus often more than one test, procedure, or source of data is used), and to exercise informed, prudent judgment in interpreting test
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83 only the creative elements (selection, arrangement, or coordination of dataare protected by copyright. Explanatory materials such as introductions or
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86 them easier to compare once our data is correct. Stidmatt (talk) 05:13, 13 August 2015 (UTC) Deficit/Surplus data are so wrong I want yo cry: please someone
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89 shown using modern data? It's a bit confusing... Also the GDP per capita data is confusing... 68.17.200.204 23:29, 2 May 2006 (UTC) Find better data then
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92 infobox, add this section to the page: ^ Data is for 2004 unless otherwise specified. The sources for the data are: UN HDR (United Nations Human Development
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95 integral to the GIS system though and is the main conduit through which data is organized and displayed. I don't think you can separate the two. --Omnicog
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98 breakdown per month?Wykx (talk) 07:33, 6 December 2016 (UTC) Following data are wrong but it gives an idea how long would be the table for one month. Size
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101 until someone puts in better numbers. The error introduced by mismatching data is small, and the page is more useful with it than without. It is not redundant
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104 and is no longer there. Isn't that what sources are supposed to do? When data are found to be invalid or questionable, they are corrected in subsequent editions
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107 —Preceding unsigned comment added by Benet Allen (talk • contribs) Missing the Data are in millions of International dollars.?--Van helsing 13:27, 17 October 2006
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110 Utica airport here. Just select the year 2010 and click the button. The data are a bit incomplete but they're good enough for a {{weather box}}. I also
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113 be referenced as I doubt that most of the data is current. I believe the most accurate and current data are to be found (interactively) on the Thomson
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116 December 2012 (UTC)  Done. Elockid (Talk) 01:13, 21 December 2012 (UTC) 2010 data is removed. If anyone wants to introduce it, build consensus.--VanDerHaart
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119 transaction support becomes too time consuming when the amount of data is large, when the data is distributed and when relatively cheap hardware is used. No
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122 was updated more recently (the map or the list), or even if out-of-date data is the cause of this discrepancy. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 216
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125 river height data is [sic] real-time operational data from automated telemetry systems and has not been quality controlled. The data is [sic] provided
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128 'data', 'are' would be entirely acceptable. However, in the sentence, "All Hubble data is eventually made available via the archives...", 'datais mentioned
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131 2016.--Wddan (talk) 16:45, 15 September 2017 (UTC) Newer data is not better data. 2009 data is based off a very good and large sample of 93,000 people
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134 by the guidelines from the lead? Put it the other way round: If these data are of such secondary importance that they must not appear in the lead, why
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137 (UTC) 1981-2010 is the reference period. (wrt-> with respect to). trend data are in the article or a box plot can be added, too many lines on a single plot
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140 aborigines in australia other than in the conclusion it states: Finally, our data are in agreement with contemporary Aboriginal Australians being the direct
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143 offenders. In 2011 (the most recent year for which state prison offense data are available), **more than 53% (or an estimated 718,000 offenders) of the
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146 general case "data is" is almost always used rather than the strange looking "data are" - while I understand that a single piece of data is a datum - this
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149 Data is a general term. In old computerspeak you processed data to get information. Hence the term "data processing". Also the term "raw data". Data is
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152 Concept about Wikipedia is changed for us.They don't know how all the data are important for all. All the data was very rare collection of An Indian Sports
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155 leave a comment here on the talk page, just above your own comment. When data is entirely unreliable, it is better not to present it at all. By the way
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158 book=Dictionary&va=%20pretentious Who cares? This is like the "data is/data are" arguments. For the record, "data is" works just fine in contemporary usage, and I am
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161 (whatever that is) for the same year, the compilation data are useless." By your own measure the data is worthless then. You are comparing 2007 Gun Ownership
162 38 KB (5,441 words) - 19:37, 24 April 2017
164 of merely "deep"? Changed. "Though little specific data are available" Is available? "Datais plural. Seems to be a bit more complicated than that:
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167 crude presentation of data. When properly analyzed, the economic growth data are in contradiction with this theory. The three regimes of growth, the Malthusian
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170 say "Data are":http://www.askoxford.com/asktheexperts/faq/aboutgrammar/data However, I've lived inthe UK my entire life and I still say "Data is", and
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173 figures here. It is being left out due to a dispute. All estimates of the data are present in the .... section below." Comments please. BollyJeff | talk 14:33
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176 Claims in Table for RAID levels 4,5 and 6 "Data is" vs. "data are" 5 Talk:RAID/Archive 6#"Data is" vs. "data are" Reliable single disks 2 Talk:RAID/Archive
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179 never claimed that CIA's estimates are right or wrong), CIA's demographics data are in a great conflict with Turkey's official figures. In late 2012, early
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182 acceptable, that we do not over-reach, and suggest that adjustments to raw data are never warranted. Dividing national income by population to create per capita
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185 (UTC) Strangely, many of these Checklist items seem to imply that the data is somehow reliable. Given the broad view that it is not nearly as reliable
186 86 KB (3,232 words) - 12:24, 22 September 2017
188 "Economic statistics is a branch of applied statistics") while Economic data is about the data themselves, its sources, publication etc.. Melcombe (talk)
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191 — data are recorded downhole and retrieved when the drill string is removed from the hole. In addition, a small subset of the the measured data is usually
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194 would be better in everyone's mind, that data is much less readily available, and I think having the U.S. data is more useful than having no data at all
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197 of graphically depicting data in ways that are meaningful to you. When data are visualized effectively, the resulting graphical depictions can reveal patterns
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200 for example, all patents are considered primary sources, all statistical data are primary sources. WP:RSEX also highlights the New York Times as being a
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203 information that isn't outdated in the least. It's quite likely that the 2011 data are the most recent available and at best they're only slightly outdated. By
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206 2 or 1.5×1015 kg depending on whether surface pressure or water vapor data are used; somewhat smaller than the previous estimate. The mean mass of water
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209 why we are to believe the data is an accurate representation of our userbase without having any evidence that the data is collected from a similar userbase
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212 Southhampton-234,600 and Cardiff 324,800. Therefore I suspect the centre for cities data are using different baselines for their comparisons.??? On that basis I am
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215 other shows no growth betweeen 1947 and 2003 (the last year for which data are available). At the end of WWII, Venezuela enjoyed the highest standard
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218 edit the table was not ranked according to any of its columns. So, 2008 data are hard figures now. That is, of course, an important information that has
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221 this case. I think it's a classic breach of availability. I think that if data is formatted incorrectly for my system, then it isn't available. It's quite
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224 got out." -- this part's a bit unclear to me. What data are we talking about? The actual data is never revealed in the game. Nevertheless, I clarified
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227 discuss all the factual errors of this page. I noticed that most of the data are outdated. The schedules are already posted in the PNR website Hiwilms (talk)
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230 regions indicate areas where data is not available or not retrievable. Variations in ice type may result in some errors. Data are from the Defense Meteorological
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233 price data are not at Almaden Research. This is contrary to your totally wrong and deceptive assertion that “We don't know if the Almaden data are reliable
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236 "Hypothesis testing works by collecting data and measuring how probable the data are, assuming the null hypothesis is true." —Preceding unsigned comment added
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239 I assume that's directed at me. I didn't mention scholars though. What data are you talking about? This seems non sequitur. EvergreenFir (talk) Please
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242 added by 121.242.29.27 (talk) 02:36, 15 June 2009 (UTC) The population data is not as released by the Government of India, and the links for citation
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245 distribution of data. From this, however, it seems to be implied that the data are meaningless, or not statistically significant. If May and Spottiswoode
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248 air-quality data is available are considered moderately or severely polluted, or 2) two-thirds of the 338 cities for which air-quality data is available
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251 useful. Cheradenine 23:48, 21 August 2005 (UTC) I notice the GDP and CO2 data are actually from different years. Shouldn't they be from the same year, so
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254 United States, the two final columns have identical headings. But the data are different. Is this an error? JBFrenchhorn (talk) 00:50, 27 March 2008 (UTC)
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257 DerPaul (talk) 06:19, 15 November 2016 (UTC) Data is a plural noun. The singular is datum. Hence "the data are", "the data indicate". This is standard British
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260 however, surveyed a projectable samples in 2005, 2007 and 2009 so the data are representative of all teens in the state (“projectable” to all Montana
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263 allegations of deliberate misrepresentation and unjustified selection of data are not valid...Although we deplore the tone of much of the criticism, we believe
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266 (UTC)23:10, 28 October 2014 (UTC) I think the graphs should be removed as the data is no longer accurate. AmericanXplorer13 (talk) 02:09, 29 October 2014 (UTC)
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269 established community in the country). Also worth of note are the facts that data are unavailable for such statistics from the mid 20th Century when the largest
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272 says (section 1.F): All User Submissions of all users and all WikiMapia data are available through WikiMapia Website, WikiMapia API and other current or
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275 coefficient). Since dChat/dy = 0, the filter is still linear. If the x data is regularly spaced, as in SG, then the W matrix is typically independent
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278 software. Qwfp (talk) 14:07, 7 October 2011 (UTC) "... observational data are modeled by a function which [sic.] is a nonlinear combination of the model
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281 someone else. Finally, when data are in EBCDIC but should have been in ASCII, the issue is usability, not availability. The data are perfectly available --
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284 2014 (UTC) @Chealer: Both importance-wise and quality-wise distribution data are coming from the same source: the table that is created and auto-updated
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287 2010 (UTC) The article begins with "The resulting "clumps" of organized data are much easier for people to understand." Easier than what? —Preceding unsigned
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290 not enough data. While the data are suggestive (that's why we list Ancient Macedonian in the Hellenic article), the data are still not definitive. You're
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293 wrapper format is a file format whose specifications regard only the way data are stored (but not coded) within the file, and how many metadata could or
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296 developed. Vertigo700 (talk) 07:38, 9 October 2010 (UTC) NCDC's snowfall data are not sensible. If the average date of the first and last snowfall is in
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299 Changed—I used to always use "data is", but was always corrected when I started working in Washington. No problem using "data is", especially after reading
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302 in this context, is vanishingly rare; virtually the only examples in #Data are the two encyclopedias which have an article on Kraków, devote only a sentence
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305 of data. -- Sonof76 (talk) 19:04, 20 February 2008 (UTC) Some of the data is so obviously incorrect I feel the whole page should be deleted if you can
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308 Tamil, Telugu etc. Because it covers a general area of knowledge. All data are true word by word. 117.201.144.156 (talk) 06:54, 13 November 2013 (UTC)
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311 nationally-recognized authority on Internet and general economic trends, whose data are routinely cited by major media outlets such as the New York Times, the
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314 becomes the largest economy in the world in terms of PPP GDP. Then why that data is missing? Isn't that a bias? This table needs updating as soon as possible
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317 stop working at some point. The figure caption should state where the data are from, in such a way as to give the reader some idea of the accuracy of
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320 " In the CERN case it is truly silent and deadly; that is data are lost. The loss of data is determined at the system level by comparing the read data
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323 This data is old. It is 2013 but many of the tables have the newest year as 2009. Get some new data. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 209.196.198
324 23 KB (3,267 words) - 07:26, 12 May 2017
326 No actual references were provided (only the names of the trials) The data are cherrypicked from trials, rather than sourced to review articles (see WP:MEDRS
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329 September 2015 (UTC) Tsbarracks, my arguments about the available data are not irrelevant when I'm arguing against someone else's assertion about
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332 Reunion, and to watch the VW line-up on Saint Barthelemy. However, the data are completely unsourced and unverifyable. I also have my doubts about their
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335 2006 (UTC) From the IEA report: "Difficulties in collecting biofuel data are also apparent. It is much easier to collect ethanol and biodiesel supply
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338 data are derived from 2002 census, last one held there; and Bosnia and Herzegovina which is reffered by their census held in 1991). The official data
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341 even win over but it is currnetly incorrect to tlak about "Data is". It should be "Data are". See Data. Alex Jackl 15:41, 25 March 2007 (UTC) It's partially-inverted
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344 on the internet, after the relevant conversions (these type of energy data are not usually expressed in TWh, but in tonne of oil equivalent or exajoules)
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347 before porcini. Eric talk 04:36, 16 November 2014 (UTC) Recent Google data are (is) a good basis for judging contemporary usage. In any case, though,
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350 11 September 2007 (UTC) 'Data are' is technically correct, since data is the plural of datum. But in common usage, 'data are' sounds very pedantic. I
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353 some data is available, e.g., occurrence in specific tissue or organs. Then we could include a mention of elements where some inconclusive data is available
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356 and pack a lot more data to it. I suppose if indeed a lot of duplicate data are stored, you could recover a bit easier than DVDs. Or, more likely, DVD
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359 locked, to be re-examined ONLY when new rankings, cost, and employment data are made generally available. Please sign if you endorse: Latenightpizza (talk)
360 48 KB (7,510 words) - 23:22, 9 January 2016
362 relate to the above data are: (1) press release materials should not ever be included in W articles, (2) only press release data is included in the section
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365 some time it restarted and flew with stable combustion. Analyses of the data are somewhat unclear, with the official CIAM position being that supersonic
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368 streaming in less than 1/2 the time. It's used when use columns and piping data are more often than not used. If you are interested in headsort(1) "1/2 the
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371 paragraph. The integrated data are then moved to yet another database, often called the data warehouse database, where data is stored independently of any
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374 reference data sets (as well as I do) because without that for me the data are fake Johan92 (talk) 00:47, 27 January 2014 (UTC) I agree not edit the article
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377 you determine what's called "between group heritability" - most of the data is indirect (you can't study BW twins!) but there are molecular genomic techniques
378 41 KB (6,793 words) - 02:39, 3 June 2009
380 (UTC) Sorry, I missed the discussion. But as it was already said, both data are from 2010. Both are poll or sample data. So why prefer one over the other
381 102 KB (6,936 words) - 09:08, 27 October 2017
383 User:Pleasantville. To wit, "types of data" and the other uses of "dataare garbled. "Datais not plural of "datum" in this context, and even "types of datums"
384 140 KB (20,950 words) - 01:55, 12 July 2017
386 just does not make sense to exclude Jews from this chart——both sets of data are statistically significant, and all of these groups are Middle Eastern.
387 9 KB (1,226 words) - 11:56, 18 August 2017
389 screenshot is so tiny that you cant even read the data (link) ... even if the data are 100% correct, this should NEVER be used in a "good" article, especially
390 32 KB (5,048 words) - 13:27, 1 October 2017
392 (talk) 21:56, 6 March 2015 (UTC) The problem is that your source says the data are inconclusive, because "most existing efforts to find associations between
393 87 KB (12,684 words) - 07:34, 12 May 2017
395 or whether or not the two sets of data are causally linked in any way. There is no explanation that the data are for USA only; in fact there is no explanation
396 76 KB (12,405 words) - 13:26, 1 October 2017
398 article is a total illusion. Some of the data are changed if they are better than the previous ones, the other data are not changed if they are worse than the
399 127 KB (19,265 words) - 23:29, 29 September 2017
401 source. I am unable to find a secondary source at this time. 67-75-(fiber dataare primary literature sources that are acceptable because they are directly
402 83 KB (11,392 words) - 19:26, 22 July 2017
404 United States is "the world's largest greenhouse gas emitter." While the data are still preliminary, there is legitimate and well-documented reason to doubt
405 171 KB (26,483 words) - 11:53, 12 October 2010
407 the singular, as in The data is available) or as a plural countable noun meaning statistically derived numbers, as in The data are full of mistakes. Duoduoduo
408 12 KB (1,805 words) - 23:48, 12 October 2016
410 bringing it up. In the infobox, the parallax information is cited and that data is used to compute the distance. I've corrected the lead and article body
411 51 KB (7,612 words) - 14:09, 29 September 2017
413 the 1942 Aman harvest. The above section's criticism that Padmanabhan's data are only yields and not total harvests is invalid for two reasons. First, it
414 11 KB (1,858 words) - 18:03, 2 January 2013
416 is about the how and why of decision making, it ends with "Quantitative data is measurable while Qualitative data can not be put into a context that can
417 25 KB (3,648 words) - 20:16, 13 June 2017
419 wiping the disk won't assure you that the user hasn't kept copies of the dataIs this basis for claiming that disk wiping is useless, too? I'm not the only
420 30 KB (4,734 words) - 04:59, 21 December 2016
422 reasons - to put the Soviet Union far ahead of Russian empire. The correct data are: 1830 - 10,550 1840 - 11,200 1850 - 12,700 1860 - 14,400 1870 - 22,920
423 26 KB (3,905 words) - 14:41, 21 June 2017
425 held in data, if that data is derived from observations by some non-trivial process. In the case of contours, the raw data are survey observations and
426 35 KB (5,090 words) - 11:19, 18 February 2017
428 figures, who are not accustomed to scrutinizing anomalies in the way that data is collected and represented. The scientific argument is: In a perfect world
429 15 KB (2,102 words) - 05:14, 26 April 2017
431 2015 (UTC) I find the following data are not necessary to be shown here. New Zealand 19–45 (Estimates) (This data is estimated from average height of
432 40 KB (5,843 words) - 09:26, 11 October 2017
434 underfunded, this statistic is meaningful. National and international polling data are included in this biography. I'm not certain whether this is relevant. While
435 44 KB (7,319 words) - 14:23, 19 September 2010
437 and is definitely disputed. Homoplasy is more common in morphological dataAre we sure about that? Paragraph 7. A small point, but cladistics does assume
438 150 KB (22,046 words) - 09:12, 8 August 2017
440 outdated (most of data are of years 2003 and 2004) and only make this page messier.Sch614 19:15, 2 December 2007 (UTC) The Penn data is a SOURCE for most
441 200 KB (26,777 words) - 05:39, 16 November 2016
443 Instead, we are treating them as realities, rather than data. (While data are used to represent realities, they are not. The map is not the territory
444 120 KB (16,805 words) - 01:52, 1 October 2017
446 France's article. Keizuko (talk) 13:34, 10 April 2008 (UTC) The 2008 IMF data are estimates (obviously, since it's only April). It would seem sensible to
447 256 KB (37,445 words) - 12:10, 12 October 2010
449 and is definitely disputed. Homoplasy is more common in morphological dataAre we sure about that? Paragraph 7. A small point, but cladistics does assume
450 5 KB (854 words) - 12:58, 6 April 2009
452 punctuation. I wondered about this too and had to fix them. “Data” is plural: Use “Data are”/”these data” Some grammatical errors. Commas aren’t needed
453 10 KB (1,395 words) - 23:52, 14 June 2013
455 away with more data. The small peaks he does claim after massaging his data are only three standard deviations. So, the claim that it's a particle is dubious
456 13 KB (1,998 words) - 16:37, 20 July 2017
458 unified format whereas the manufacturers each have specific quirks in what data is saved and how it is stored. --Darkfred Talk to me 15:13, 13 April 2006
459 53 KB (7,994 words) - 20:23, 20 March 2016
461 for example was born in Naples, and Alberti in Genoa. The "geographical dataare already in the table, and the population figures in the text are older
462 22 KB (3,577 words) - 12:29, 23 December 2016
464 (talk) 09:35, 11 December 2016 (UTC) WRONG DATA Climatic data is TOTALLY WRONG. Those data are from the Luqa Airport, Valletta climate is more maritime
465 10 KB (1,288 words) - 05:53, 27 February 2017
467 December 2006 (UTC) Before applying statistical calculations, proper data are required: see for instance my table under '#Google tests by SomeHuman'
468 216 KB (25,971 words) - 11:05, 5 March 2009
470  Frank  |  talk  05:39, 13 November 2010 (UTC) BTW, it is 'the data are'; data is the plural form of datum, and has been for thousands of years. It's
471 70 KB (9,524 words) - 06:43, 22 July 2017
473 probably explains their language : according to Antoaneta Granberg : " the data is insufficient to clearly distinguish Huns, Avars and Bulgars one from another"
474 30 KB (4,306 words) - 14:07, 12 December 2016
476 Franek K., what's your intention to delete informations? "Too detailed datais not a reason to revert.--92.224.147.19 (talk) 17:46, 27 September 2014
477 65 KB (8,988 words) - 21:31, 26 October 2017
479 decision cannot be made as to what data is most valuable, I'd say the most important thing right now is to make sure the data is consistent between pages --
480 43 KB (6,404 words) - 15:32, 19 May 2017
482 citizens": First is that, as we can see from the title of the reference, the data are from 1873, not from 1878. It was published in French in 1878. The book
483 8 KB (1,152 words) - 13:03, 10 October 2016
485 Ultramarine 01:51, 2 July 2006 (UTC) Also, it is generally agreed that the data are incomplete, since some categories of victim were carelessly recorded by
486 378 KB (62,718 words) - 19:14, 6 July 2017
488 more generally. TBL's first upper-case usage is where he says "Linked Data is defined above." Probably he used capitals there the way people use italics
489 17 KB (2,229 words) - 04:54, 16 May 2017
491 stop working at some point. The figure caption should state where the data are from, in such a way as to give the reader some idea of the accuracy of
492 122 KB (17,695 words) - 00:40, 11 November 2013
494 negative frequencies isn't well understood. Though since transforms of real data are common, the mentioned symmetry is very common. I didn't check well enough
495 72 KB (11,509 words) - 09:13, 28 September 2017
497 Beware of "study" of the University of Chile: a)[3] this is not a study, data are only used in a work called "Elements of Public Health [4] b) [5] were used
498 128 KB (17,332 words) - 00:07, 21 September 2017
500 potential medical benefits of newborn male circumcision; however, these data are not sufficient to recommend routine neonatal circumcision. In the case
501 125 KB (20,287 words) - 00:27, 11 November 2013
503 to be updated every year. Who is going to keep an eye on that kind of "data"? Are they so relevant? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 84.226.194.184
504 103 KB (14,914 words) - 07:16, 26 October 2017
506 ahead of the table, it really should not be fooling anybody. These monthly data are the best that we got, and the monthly data has notabillity and great interest
507 133 KB (21,789 words) - 01:44, 1 October 2017
509 other than studio releases. While the studio albums' data is correct, most of the band members' data are actually guesswork, as taken from the tables. I have
510 19 KB (2,998 words) - 14:29, 10 September 2017
512 NIST is a footnote in the French translation). I don't know whether these data are in the sources listed in the article. I think it's important information
513 41 KB (6,563 words) - 19:59, 31 July 2017
515 sources, added not replace other data. Deleting data is like burning books, just not done. All data is questionable, and human height is not the sort of
516 86 KB (14,769 words) - 15:22, 21 December 2006
518 Feb 12, 2008. Gugganij (talk) 13:30, 12 February 2008 (UTC) Yes, but the data are for 2005. >Jon. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 62.175.249.250 (talk)
519 74 KB (9,392 words) - 15:56, 8 November 2015
521 not change "mysteriously." The data are run through quality assurance. You're not showing that Net Applications data are "extremely unreliable and generally
522 110 KB (15,559 words) - 08:37, 17 January 2011
524 involve summation of ranks, the Wilcoxon signed-rank test requires that the data is paired while the Wilcoxon rank-sum test is used for unpaired data." --JonathanWilliford
525 21 KB (3,120 words) - 06:50, 5 July 2017
527 --Pengortm (talk) 21:07, 25 October 2014 (UTC) @Pengortm:: I'm not saying the data are not correct (I have access to the JCR; I haven't verified your data, but
528 21 KB (3,408 words) - 10:20, 5 April 2016
530 and Britain). Since those data are in conflict, and I (and you as well -- I suppose), am unable to find out which data is real, I decided to remove that
531 19 KB (3,038 words) - 05:34, 16 November 2016
533 2008; new data 50x 2007. As i stated, i do not think that latest (mothly) data are advantage for the list. --Jklamo (talk) 11:49, 24 June 2008 (UTC) ITU are
534 24 KB (3,241 words) - 14:20, 7 August 2017
536 within about 0.1 degrees. The Hadley data are from http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/cru/data/temperature/ And the NOAA data are from ftp://ftp.ncdc.noaa
537 117 KB (17,460 words) - 14:57, 19 September 2010
539 you might contribute by doing it yourself, as all the needed population data are available on Wikipedia. Bosse Klykken (talk) 19:02, 15 January 2008 (UTC)
540 84 KB (7,884 words) - 05:04, 20 June 2017
542 over 20 channels in which it senses through a filter wheel. The HIRS/4 data is closely examined alongside the Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit (AMSU)
543 5 KB (671 words) - 19:34, 18 March 2017
545 multi racial americans is not available. The data is in itself accurate. You can only say that the data is incomplete. Kindly change the title of the dispute
546 68 KB (8,896 words) - 10:53, 27 August 2015
548 product ownership.) The possible causes of this apparent contradiction in data are not analyzed in any of the cited papers (apart from the possibility of
549 51 KB (7,457 words) - 14:04, 29 September 2017
551 to images, if they are not even marked as incorrect. If you think that data are in conflict because varies by source, please explain in which case on image
552 79 KB (11,197 words) - 15:50, 5 October 2017
554 collected, and so data is fine to be presented. There are many theories based on the data, therefore varying theories so based on the dataare fair game to
555 247 KB (40,082 words) - 05:34, 16 November 2016
557 (really): - may or may not be harmful (meaningless statement) - definitive data are lacking (which undermines any contention that one might put forth about
558 174 KB (18,239 words) - 19:14, 22 July 2017
560 (UTC) I still think the W3Schools data is misleading. The "local" designation still does not explain that the data is for only one site, and that the site
561 97 KB (14,365 words) - 17:02, 26 May 2009
563 they wanted completely legitimately, others who aren't privy to all the data are likely to be (and entitled to be) sceptical. So the fact that he was allowed
564 8 KB (1,208 words) - 14:51, 16 April 2017
566 from the Census may technically be true, the way the article used the data is not meaningful, so I suggest removing the reference. As for cost-of-living
567 8 KB (1,418 words) - 12:15, 31 July 2017
569 estimates, even census data are estimates as many people do not fill out census forms, or fill them out incorrectly. Whatever data are