Further Interruption Survey Analysis

A while back I posted about how likely people are to interrupt each other given the device/thing that person is using. Richard Koopmann analyzed the survey data and together we put out this post. A loyal reader pointed out that Koopmann’s data analysis had a few flaws, all minor, and none that effected the conclusion. […]

A while back I posted about how likely people are to interrupt each other given the device/thing that person is using. Richard Koopmann analyzed the survey data and together we put out this post.

A loyal reader pointed out that Koopmann’s data analysis had a few flaws, all minor, and none that effected the conclusion. This, however was not ok with Mr. Koopmann, who has spent considerable time to re-write and calculate his analysis. It’s so robust I gave it it’s own page.

Take a look.

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