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Comment on Classification Decisions: What Business Users Like by nickbroom

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

That’s very useful, thanks Bruce. My previous concerns around FEEL stem from that definition and that mine was a much narrower definition than yours. Having played around with FEEL a lot more now, its power is obvious and it certainly feels (no pun intended) considerably less contentious with your definition.

It’d be interesting how many adoption concerns potentially stem from a simple lack of common understanding of that definition…

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