Data Study by John Lionel Jolley

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This was elliptical. We omitted to mention the universe, for which we had no sign at the time. The universe, as a constant background to our thought, could indeed be omitted with no great loss. However, let us put it into the formula, making our complementation relative to it, and writing U-A*A. Now we can compare the logical and the arithmetical formulae, recalling that our universe has five items, and that so far as A is concerned four of them are present and one is absent. Parallel to U A*A we have 5 - 4 = 1.

In every case we mention a net of names and seek the state of the unit, run or subfield of which it is the framework. The state need not be entirely present or entirely absent to be important to us. For example, we might find the question 'Are the guests and the dinner ready? answered by the news that the guests were ready but the dinner was not yet available. The pattern of this field is yes-no, and its density is a half. The pattern is very significant, for we need to know which half of such a question is in which condition.

They appear as abstract cards, summary cards, record cards, and bear such names as Keysort, Findex, IBM, Bull, Kardex, Synoptic, Paramount, ICT, Roneodex, Ekaha and Remington. Plain or punched, tabbed, corner-cut, tumble-printed, in one colour or in many, almost all of them are designed to represent objects or occurrences. By contrast, feature cards have few names taken from the types of feature they represent or from the items recorded on them, but they make up for this by possessing a plethora of technical titles.

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