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It is noteworthy that the buzz around the announcement of the iPhone exceeded that generated by the release (in terms of the peak of discussion).
July 03, 2007 in iphone | Permalink
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Although the announcement peak was larger, we'd expect that announcements have more of a peak than the product release, which has people looking for reviews and specs over a longer period of time. The human eye though picks up on peaks. What would be a better way to display the data to emphasize overall volume instead of peaks? My first guess would be to use larger time windows, but moving averages might also work.
Amit Patel |
July 04, 2007 at 09:21 PM
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