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How Have 35 People Rated This Already? Where are They Hearing It? *NM*

Will
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How Have 35 People Rated This Already? Where are They Hearing It? *NM*   Friday, May 13, 2011 (11:08 a.m.) 



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Re: How Have 35 People Rated This Already? Where are They Hearing It?   Friday, May 13, 2011 (3:32 p.m.) 

Good point, I can't even find samples and 5 1* votes too. Why do some people just want to mess up the rating system?


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Re: How Have 35 People Rated This Already? Where are They Hearing It?   Friday, May 13, 2011 (7:02 p.m.) 

> Good point, I can't even find samples and 5 1* votes too. Why do some
> people just want to mess up the rating system?

Clemmensen explained it once. Every score starts with 4 votes for each star rating (20 votes total), so the initial average can't be easily skewed by just a few people. Then when the total number of actual user votes gets above a certain number (I think it was 100), the original 20 votes (4 in each column) are subtracted automatically. That's why you sometimes (rarely) see ratings totals that go down overall when you vote.



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Re: How Have 35 People Rated This Already? Where are They Hearing It?   Saturday, May 14, 2011 (1:46 p.m.) 

> Clemmensen explained it once. Every score starts with 4 votes for each
> star rating (20 votes total), so the initial average can't be easily
> skewed by just a few people. Then when the total number of actual user
> votes gets above a certain number (I think it was 100), the original 20
> votes (4 in each column) are subtracted automatically. That's why you
> sometimes (rarely) see ratings totals that go down overall when you vote.

OHHH I see, I take back what I said then. lol


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Re: How Have 35 People Rated This Already? Where are They Hearing It?   Sunday, May 15, 2011 (9:38 a.m.) 

Thanks -- Fascinating.

I guess the others beyond the 20 were also sent advance copies like Christian? 'Cause there ain't even SAMPLES to listen to on amazon/itunes yet.

Looking forward to this one. Might make up for the POTC4 blues.


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