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December 21, 2016

 

Workflow 5:

 

Statistics:

 

The Statistics interface is a Statistical account of cumulative Data from the most current Permutations, Indices and Case Data. The Statistical methods are highly customized, with specialized computations of LQS’ key methodologies.

 

Indice Counter:

 

A pair of Pie Charts at the top of the interface illustrate the applicable Indice values of each of the Parties. This is a quick method of surveying the implications of a Trial or simply Facts summarily, it also offers great insight into what a possible outcome could be.

 

Activating Quantum Storage will produce Indice counters showing the cumulative value of all Indices from all the Cases that have been mined to date. Therefore it will not be limited to the Case currently being analysed, but all the cases that have been analysed in particular area of law to date.

 

 

Defendant and Plaintiff Statistics:

 

These sections offer customized Statistical Analysis of each of the Parties’ Data. The default method of analysis is based on computing the statistics for each parties’ Indices. For instance, it is possible to apply Statistical methods to the Defendant’s Hyper Negative Indices to gain insights into his\her Constructs and Permutations.

 

Many of the Statistical methods are dependent on each other, for example the ROC Curve is dependent on the Logistic Regression computation. Computing them in the order that they appear in (from top to bottom) will ensure that all dependencies are satisfied.

 

The “Contributory Effect” Statistics are a good way to acquire a general understanding of each parties’ relative contribution to the implications, facts and outcomes of Cases.