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Meta-analysis of music reviews?

Parsefork is an aggregator of music reviews – which reminds me of Metacritic. In plain words, it collects reviews of music from different sources and presents it as a easily navigable and searchable web database. The main shift in the past few years is the abundance of specialized structured databases that are available on the internet. Back in the 90’s most of the internet “databases” were based on text.

This data would be a great setting for multi-level modeling, as each review refers to an artist, an album, a piece, a magazine and a reviewer. There are quite a few things that multi-level modeling could do for such websites. Here is an example of the reviews for a single song, Happy Songs for Happy People:


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