- Oct 6, 2010
James graph is misleading as the same study shows another graph that shows little variance when faced with more data.
Even a layman can know what sounds good, no need for credentials.
Interesting, more data as in more subjects tested or more testing done on the same subjects?
Yea, but personal preference will dictate the extent to which "good" can be seen as a constant. The IE800 should be a personal example of that for you, no? That's why the ideas that are coming out in terms of testing this seemingly flittering concept of "good" are so interesting. It's also why what's currently seen as good might be uprooted to some degree later on.