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Decision Science News subscriptions exhibit upward trend

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This 100 day moving average of RSS subscriptions to Decision Science News seems to suggest that readership is up, though one cannot know for sure without conducting elaborate significance tests. The site currently gets 3000 hits per day.

Decision Science News was created  in 2004 as a kind of external memory of conference dates for its editor and a handful of professors and graduate students in the once-obscure field of judgment and decision making, so this is rather unexpected.

“Hits” refers to people visiting the site directly through their browser. RSS subscribers, shown in the graph, refer to the number of people who get the sites’ content delivered by RSS feed reader or by email. If you are not subscribed, you may do so in a couple easy ways.

The first is to copy the link under the big orange icon under the word “SUBSCRIBE” in the right margin and then paste it into an RSS feed reader, such as Google Reader, Bloglines (or Bloglines beta), or Netvibes.

The second is to subscribe by email. Just type your email in the box under the words “Get new posts by email”, also in the right hand margin. Once you fill out the verification form, you’ll receive an email that will allow you to confirm your subscription. (If you don’t get it, check your junk mail folder). As the box promises, you can easily unsubscribe yourself anytime.


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