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000210393 245__ $$aAnatomy of a Drop-Off Reading Curve
000210393 269__ $$a2015
000210393 260__ $$c2015
000210393 336__ $$aConference Papers
000210393 520__ $$aNot all readers finish the book they start to read. Electronic media allow to us to measure more precisely how this “drop-off” effect unfolds as readers are reading a book. A curve showing how many people have read each chapter of a book is likely to be progressively going down as part of them interrupt their reading “journey”. This article is an initial study about the shape of these “drop­off” reading curves.
000210393 6531_ $$asimulation humaine
000210393 6531_ $$adaniel de roulet
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000210393 6531_ $$areading
000210393 6531_ $$aanalytics
000210393 700__ $$0247738$$g170219$$aBornet, Cyril
000210393 700__ $$aKaplan, Frédéric$$g174121$$0240415
000210393 7112_ $$dJune 29 - July 3, 2015$$cSydney, Australia$$aDH2015
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