### Table 1: Analysis of WUFIS algorithm results on 18 different Web sites of varying sizes and types.

"... In PAGE 6: ... After all 570 (=10 URLs x 3 algorithms x 19 sites) rating are collected, the results are tabulated, and averaged to obtain the ratings for each algorithm for each site. Results and Discussion Table1 presents a summary of these ratings of WUFIS simulation runs. There are eleven cases when Proximal scent is extracted and available (marked by the existence of a rating in the Proximal column).... ..."

### Table 1. Estimates of truncated Pareto parameters for hydraulic conductiv- ity at the MADE site (n = 2618) for varying r values. The p-value for the truncation test is also given.

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"... In PAGE 9: ... The highest K values occur in a relatively small sector of this cylinder, and are thus attenuated by combination with the more prevalent lower K values. Table1 shows how the parameter estimates and the p-value for the test of truncation (3.4) vary with the number r of upper order statistics used.... ..."

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### Table 2. Estimates of truncated Pareto parameters for hydraulic conductiv- ity at the MADE site (n = 2618) for varying r values. The p-value for the truncation test is also given.

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"... In PAGE 17: ... The highest K values occur in a relatively small sector of this cylinder, and are thus attenuated by combination with the more prevalent lower K values. Table2 shows how the parameter estimates and the p-value for the test of truncation (4.2) vary with the number r of upper order statistics used.... ..."

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### Table 1: Estimates of truncated Pareto parameters for hydraulic conductivity at the MADE site (n = 2618) for varying r values. The p-value for the Pareto test is also given. r + 1 largest Estimates Pareto test

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"... In PAGE 8: ... The highest K values occur in a relatively small sector of this cylinder, and are thus attenuated by combination with the more prevalent lower K values. Table1 shows how the parameter estimates and the p-value for the Pareto test of Remark 3.4 vary with the number r of upper order statistics used.... In PAGE 8: ... As a general guide, the value of r should be chosen on the basis of a log-log plot similar to Figure 3 so that r is as large as possible so long as the model fit is adequate. (Insert Table1 Here)... ..."

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### Table 3. Maximum number of streambed-sediment and fish-tissue sites per agency [Number of samples vary per constituent. PCBs, polychlorinated biphenyls;

### Table 2. Results obtained for 20 independent simulated data sets of size 50 generated with the parameters 4Ne = 4Ner = 32. The size of the resulting haplotypes varies from 125 to 185 polymorphic sites.

### Table 2. Some selected characteristics of the topsoils at the study sites

"... In PAGE 16: ...16 Results and discussion Soil properties of the study sites The texture class of the topsoil varied between the sites, from silt loam to clay ( Table2 ).... ..."

### Table 4: Overlap between destabilizing regions and binding sites according to ligand type

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"... In PAGE 14: ... Results are shown for proteins that bind different types of ligands (polysaccharides, small ligands, nucleic acids and proteins). The extent of overlap between destabilizing regions and functional sites varies significantly with the type of ligand binding to these sites (Fisher exact test [63]: contingency table is Table4 , p = 0.005).... ..."

### Table 4. Web site size averages December 1996 and January 1997

"... In PAGE 9: ... In addition, the number of hypertext links from various Web pages within a Web site to other pages on the site (internal links) and the number of links from a Web site to other We b sites (external links) can be measured. The average number of objects and the byte-weight for each object class per Web site are shown in Table4 . As the statistics indicate, the size and construct of Web sites vary greatly.... In PAGE 9: ... As the statistics indicate, the size and construct of Web sites vary greatly. The number of text objects ranged for the sample reported in Table4 from one to more than 13,000. The total number of all objects ranged from two to over 14,000.... ..."

### Table 2: Site Characteristics and Outcomes from the GAIN Experiment Site

"... In PAGE 8: ... This paper will analyze the results at the site level because with six counties there is minimal scope for modeling site effects. Table2 presents the background characteristics of each site in greater detail. We note that the average number of children varies from over four in some sites (site 21) to slightly over two in others (site 6).... In PAGE 8: ... The proportion of Hispanics in the sample varies from a low of 6 per cent (site 1) to over 50 per cent in other sites (sites 14 and 24). Table2 shows that there is significant variation in the treatment impact across sites. The second last column presents the average quarterly post-treatment earnings for the treatment and control groups.... In PAGE 24: ... Table2 : Site Characteristics and Outcomes from the GAIN Experiment (continued) County Site (T=treat- ment C=con- trol) Number of children Reading tests core Grade Previ- ous train- ing His- panic Black Lagged earnings, 1 period before treatment Lagged earnings, 2 periods before treatment Average post- treatment earnings (quarterl y) Quarterly treatment impact condition- al on cov- ariates Site13 T 3.92 231 6.... ..."