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Readability Index Operation in Research

Sampoornam. Webster


Profuse studies depict that shorter sentences are easier to read and denotes reader's overall understanding. The Fog Index and other readability scopes are purely formulas for measuring textual hardships. The fog index is generally used to ratify that text can be read easily by the public. SMOG is widely used, notably for checking health messages. Like the Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level and The Coleman–Liau, Automated Readability Index, its output approximates the U.S. grade level thought necessary to comprehend the text. Measurable attributes of texts such as word lengths, sentence lengths, syllable counts and so on accords methods to measure the intricacy of a text. Text complexity is then compared to how well readers understand the text.

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