Talk:Ewens's sampling formula

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No mention of the coalescent?[edit]

I cannot believe this (very good!) entry has made it in, without a page entitled The Coalescent.--DJO 22:19, 19 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Thank you. I wrote this less than a week after hearing of the Ewens sampling formula for the first time. I've come across the word coalescent but I am not at this point able to write such an article. The Coalescent would be an incorrect title, I think; it ought to be just coalescent, and if the word the must be included in the article's title, then coalescent should have a lower-case initial c. Michael Hardy 22:26, 19 Apr 2005 (UTC)