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Submission + - Google Books New Ngram Tool (wordpress.com)

Martin Hellman writes: Google has a great new tool that allows you to see how frequently a word sequence (an N-gram) occurred in books that they have scanned as a function of time. Naturally, with my focus on reducing the risk posed by nuclear weapons, I input “nuclear weapons” and my most recent blog shows the graph of frequency versus time.
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