Hello Alan Wow,
You’re selectively pulling data and showing things out of context. The site you're pulling data from are snapshots while I/we were prototyping concepts. I also used it to test out/learn new tech. In this case Node and MongoDB.
I suggest re-thinking content around the idea of problems and problem space(s). An important distinction of systems theory and complexity theory is that “problems” can never be truly defined or understood. That is why problem diagnosis of a system(usually via analysis) doesn’t work and leads to analysis…
The top-two-box proportion method involves division. This is how a proportion is created. Proportion operations requires ratio data and cannot be done with ordinal data.
Also, when a top-two-box proportion method is executed, the data are transformed into something new. You’re now working…