Tuco Benedicto Pacífico Juan María Ramírez (en_ki) wrote,
Tuco Benedicto Pacífico Juan María Ramírez
en_ki

This is me judging you

"Better to let n guilty men go free than punish one innocent man."

As of this moment, in your opinion, what is the order of magnitude of n?

<1
0(0.0%)
1
2(13.3%)
10
6(40.0%)
100
0(0.0%)
>100
7(46.7%)


I probably posted this before a few years back, but here's Volokh on the question of which value of n we should use.

After reading the linked article, in your opinion, what is the order of magnitude of n?

<1
0(0.0%)
1
2(25.0%)
10
3(37.5%)
100
0(0.0%)
>100
3(37.5%)


I passed my human subjects training today, but I neglected to run this survey by the IRB. Don't tell anybody.

Stuck my own argument in the comments for those interested.
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