The following is a guest post from the graduate student Efron Prague.
I wanted to know about the composition of philosophy, and the ideas that underly it. In order to get a better grasp on philosophy, we need to learn how to correlate different values, analyze patterns that come up, deal conceptually with a wide range of data, and work on our way of thinking about the world. But we need to look at the numbers.
I talked to a number of students and experts and made a weighted influence function, performed a GRE regression analysis on the data, and fed it through a cross-point algorithm. The results were as follows:
REM GRE True False
23 96 False False
20 44 True True
005 39 False True
294 200 True False
Here's a visualisation of this combined with some other data gathered during the study: