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#Zipf , Power-law, #Pareto - a ranking tutorial


A line appears on a log-log plot. One hears shouts of "Zipf!","power-law!","Pareto"! Well, which one is it? The answer is that it's quite possibly all three. Let's try to disentangle some of the confusion surrounding these matters and then tie it all back neatly together. All three terms are used to describe phenomena where large events are rare, but small ones quite common. For example, there are few large earthquakes but many small ones. There are a few mega-cities, but many small towns. There are few words, such as 'and' and 'the' that occur very frequently, but many which occur rarely.
&neo 2015-10-20  


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#ZIPF law predicts the size of the world's biggest cities


The #city with the largest population in any country is generally twice as large as the next-biggest, and so on. Incredibly, #Zipf #law for cities has held true for every country in the world, for the past century.
George Zipf noticed that the number one ranked word was always used twice as often as the second rank word, and three times as often as the third rank. He called this a #rank vs. #frequency rule, and found that it could also be used to describe income distributions in any given country, with the richest person making twice as much money as the next richest, and so forth.

&Rob 2015-11-18  


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#ZipfsLaw -- from Wolfram MathWorld


Zipf's law states that given some corpus of natural language utterances, the frequency of any word is inversely proportional to its rank in the frequency table. Thus the most frequent word will occur approximately twice as often as the second most frequent word, three times as often as the third most frequent word,
&neo 2015-10-19  


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#Zipf Curves and #Website #Popularity


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&neo 2015-10-20  


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The #Zipf #Mystery - YouTube


Another naturally occuring #frequency distribution applied to #Cultural phenomenon as is the #Fibonacci_Sequence and the #GoldenMean in nature
&neo 2015-10-20  


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