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[OQSPS] Name features and social status

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Hi hvc,

Thanks for looking it over.


Quote: The phrase regular expression should make an appearance somewhere on the paper.


You are right. I have added it to section 3.

Quote: It is not clear if you have information on the distribution of social status for given name. If for example the standard deviations for the names were available, it could be possible to estimate the R^2 for a model where status(name) = average status of name. This could then be compared to the obtained R^2 of 0.40.

There are no dispersion values for the names unfortunately. Please see the previous paper for details about the dataset or download a copy yourself. Briefly, the data concerns a few socioeconomic outcomes for each first name and only the mean (for income etc.) or rate (for convictions), no measures of dispersion. There are some more numbers like most common occupations but these were hard to convert to useful comparable numeric data and were not used in this study or the previous.
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[OQSPS] Name features and social status - by Emil - 2016-Nov-24, 05:07:03
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by hvc - 2017-Jan-03, 14:24:57
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by Emil - 2017-Jan-09, 01:41:00
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by Emil - 2018-Sep-03, 20:50:33
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by Dr. g - 2018-Nov-01, 06:07:47
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by JoseL - 2018-Nov-03, 22:48:31
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by Emil - 2018-Nov-04, 04:47:08
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by Dr. g - 2018-Nov-08, 17:52:35
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by JoseL - 2018-Nov-10, 23:12:34
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by Emil - 2018-Nov-11, 00:10:27
RE: [OQSPS] Name features and social status - by Dr. g - 2018-Nov-18, 04:24:02
 
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