directly a glance of what the picture is about. So, go in “icon mode”, and then
in the “Viewing Options” you’ll see a slider to adjust the size of the
Interesting article on statistical (log) analysis, giving an introduction into “nominal scale”, “null hypothesis” and “chi square”….
[Und schon ist das ZEIT-Blog wieder nicht mehr im
Netz. Hier aus Google’s Cache: “beindruckende Abfrage- und
Darstellungsmšglichkeiten im UNEP GEO Data Portal”]
Aber es scheint dann doch noch anders auszusehen, dort oben. So wie
wir es eben gewohnt sind:
are concerned, males favour the use of straight lines (as
rounded forms), few colours in the typeface and background, and
typography. As for language, they favour the use of formal or
language with few abbreviations and are more likely to promote
and their abilities heavily.
“The statistics are
complicated, but there is no doubt about the strength of
men and women’s
preference for sites produced by people of their own sex,”
statistician and co-researcher Dr Rod Gunn.
Despite the parity of
target audience, the results found that 94% of the
sites displayed a
masculine orientation with just 2% displaying a typically