User talk:John Broughton
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John, I am so thankful that you took enough interest in our volunteer-driven "study" of the Wikipedia articles about the U.S. senators. I will try to respond to your points on the page you left them. Coincidentally, a university course in statistics (in Belgium) is looking this week at this database, too -- with the objective of students to find flaws in the methodology and/or findings. Rather than be defensive about our results, I am quite pleased that people with brains are actually taking a closer look. Maybe with a renewed effort by the original volunteers, or better yet, some additional help, we can make this database even more authoritative and credible. -- MyWikiBiz 09:48, 29 May 2009 (PDT)