RE: Designing an experiment to gather evidence on approaches t
I was not asking about the difference between the two approaches, I was asking about the difference between anecdote and evidence. It is interesting that my message, which I thought was completely clear and included a quotation from you; > > There is no evidence to support one approach or the other. There are > > anecdotes, but that's not evidence. > > I do not understand the difference, can you explain? Was not at all clear to you, as can be seen by your edit: > > I do not understand the difference [between the two approaches > that were listed], can you explain? There are probably some interesting lessons to be learned their, and they might be applicable in what seems to me the attempt to drive all ambiguity out of XML-related specifications. But that's not what I care about. I am quite curious what is/are the difference(s) between anecdote and evidence such that you can blithely assert that one is not the other. /r$ -- STSM, WebSphere Appliance Architect https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/soma/
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