alt12 wrote:44 out of 700 is not a bad sample.... Granted its biased a) by ePlaya and b) by likely exaggeration to get BMORG's attention....
44/700 isn't bad, but it's sure not random, let alone double-blind. Hugely biased by: it's those that use eplaya; and, something made them choose to post results. My gut feel from the posts is that the numbers they're posting they believe to be true. But we have no way of knowing... My guess is that those with low percentage of tickets are the ones more likely to post their results.
I trust BMorg has better, and sufficient, data available to them for their brainstorming for possible solutions.
What I find interesting, is to see:
> how many people are affected by 44 camps, and
> how many tickets they need.
Some of those camps have said
> they will not have their camp at BRC 2012,
> others that they'll scale down, or
> a sub group will make a smaller alternate camp (just?) for 2012.
I'm trying to see if there's a way to graph that. Easy to show the first, but to also accommodate the 2nd and 3rd can make for a jumbled illegible result.