A new feature that displays the top 5 Statistically Improbable Keywords for each article has been added. These are words that repeat themselves over and over again within an article minus common meaningless words (we call these “stop words”).
You can find this feature by going to any article and clicking on the EZINEPUBLISHER link in the upper right corner of the article tools.
Statistically Improbable Keywords In This Article:
foods – 3%
acrylamide – 2%
high – 2%
diet – 1%
frying – 1%
That means the word “foods” shows up 3% of the time in this article, “acrylamide” shows up 2% of the time and so forth. You could call our Statistically Improbable Keywords feature the same as evaluating what the keyword density is of an article.
My question to the world: What good is this information? How else should we integrate this meta-data (data about data) information for the benefit of our authors or publishers?