Posts Tagged ‘ Law ’

Visualization of Reading Level Frequency by Congressional Bill Stage

April 15, 2012
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Visualization of Reading Level Frequency by Congressional Bill Stage

  Here’s a fun example of how you might use my data on Congressional bill length and complexity.  Imagine you want to understand the empirical distribution of Flesch-Kincaid reading level for Congressional bills and how this distribution is related to … Continue reading →

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Statistics on the length and linguistic complexity of bills

February 13, 2012
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Statistics on the length and linguistic complexity of bills

  Where would you go to find out what the longest bill of the 112th Congress was by number of sections (H. R. 1473)?  How about by number of unique words (H.R. 3671)?  What about by Flesh-Kincaid reading level  (S. … Continue reading →

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