Template:Cnote2/example

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In May 2009 WP:LAYOUT conducted two studies.[A] The first was to determine the proportion of section titles used in the standard appendices of all articles within the English Wikipedia.[B] The second was to determine the degree of conformity in all articles within the English Wikipedia as defined by WP:LAYOUT.[C] Below are the results.[D]

Study one results[edit]

Footer type Count Proportion Error bound[iii]
References 979 48.95% ±2.19%
Notes[i] 89 4.45% ±1.04%
Bibliography[i] 35 1.75% ±0.57%
Footnotes 13 .65% ±0.352%
Sources 1 0.05% [ii]
Works cited 1 0.05% [ii]
Citations 0 0% [ii]
  1. ^ a b Possible confounding
  2. ^ a b c Sample size too small to calculate reliably
  3. ^ Error bounds are calculated with a 95% confidence interval[E]

Study two results[edit]

Sections[edit]

Blocked: Articles with sections
Category Count Proportion Error[ii]
Single 114 46.53% ±6.246%
Yes 93 37.959% ±6.0765%
No 35 14.285% ±4.3815%
Maybe 3 [i] [i]
  1. ^ a b Sample size too small to calculate reliably
  2. ^ Error bounds are calculated with a 95% confidence interval[E]

Applicable[edit]

Blocked: Applicable by WP:LAYOUT
Category Count Proportion Error[note 1]
Yes 93 70.992% ±7.77%
No 35 26.717% ±7.577%
Maybe 3 [note 2] [note 2]
  1. ^ a b Sample size too small to calculate reliably
  2. ^ Error bounds are calculated with a 95% confidence interval[E]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ These are actual results.
  2. ^ ChyranandChloe, et al. (5 May 2009). "Standard Appendices Usage Statistics". Journal of Wikipedia Layout (in Spanish) (San Francisco, United States: Wikimedia Foundation) 1 (1): 1–2. Retrieved 2009-09-19. 

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  1. ^ ChyranandChloe, et al. (5 May 2009). "Standard Appendicies Conformity Statistics". Journal of Wikipedia Layout (in Cantonese) (San Francisco, United States: Wikimedia Foundation) 1 (1): 3–4. Retrieved 2009-09-19. 
  2. ^ Null hypothesis tests have been omitted.
    Assumption
    n > 30
    np0 > 10
    n(1-p0) > 10
    Simple Random Sample
  3. ^ a b c Note that binomial distributions are discrete, these error bounds assume a normal distribution. Calculated as \hat p \pm z^* \sqrt{ \frac{\hat p \left ( 1- \hat p \right )}{n}}, distributed as such: Normal distribution