SayonaraI could go on making graphs. Yes, I really could. But then, no. I could not. For, I tire of this project and wish to make room in my life for other things.
I mean, at this point, I can't even be bothered to post my End of Project Notes, which seems to be my preferred way of abandoning a project. But for the most, those notes are fairly meaningless. And the ones that are not address the same final issue.
Significance and/or WorthOne of the categories I tracked was whether I found a case to be Worthy or not. But Worthiness was never defined and its meaning tended to drift depending upon the case at hand.
A better measure would have been whether I liked The Case (or not) or whether it provided food for thought (or not). Cases which revolved around microscopic interpretations of law seldom were of interest. And for the most, I am going to guess these are the ones I found Un-Worthy.
I will leave it to others to graph and/or analyse this aspect of the project. But simply put, I would hazard that the more words a case elicited from me, the worthier it was... to me, anyway.