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English: We make use of the cumulative distribution function of the word rank frequency plot of English Wikipedia and Simple English Wikipedia. We also give a mean how to interpret these plots with respect to our research hypothesis presented in the previous video This video is the fourth unit of the second lesson of part two of the Web science MOOC held at the university of Koblenz. Part two covers emerging Web properties
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current21:18, 30 November 201617 min 50 s, 1,920 × 1,080 (72.23 MB)Renepick