Re: summary="" in HTML5 ISSUE-32

Ian Hickson wrote:

 > For example, if one were surveying ice cream, and one survey said that 30%
 > of ice cream vendors had cones and 50% of ice cream vendors had lemon, and
 > another survey said that 31% of vendors had cones, and 49% of vendors had
 > lemon, then it is likely that if the second survey said that 40% of
 > vendors had apples, that about 40% of the vendors surveyed in the first
 > survey also had apples.

Doesn't that require that both samples be taken from
the same homogeneous population ?


Received on Thursday, 26 February 2009 22:57:34 UTC