Posted by: thebylog | December 10, 2004

Here’s an interesting study about how to more accurately rank undergraduate universities based on historical student preference. Essentially they measure, using a statistical model, which institutions are most desirable to students and theorize that their measure is less likely to be manipulated by universities to increase their apparent desirablility. I found this at an interesting blog I read, Statistics and Social Science.


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