The Wye thread for Elms
This is the Wye thread for apportioning Elms. It represents our preferred approach, which is using place-signatures first and the minimum number of type-sigutres at the end. The thread is shown in boldface italic in the table below. The figures begin with step 3, after sea and crust have been chosen.
|Elms, Maryland, 17 elements|
|Step 0||Nothing chosen|
|Step 2||Sea and crust (NACC) chosen, fit 6.57|
|Step 3||Add Allen, fit 1.87||Add Wye, fit 1.01||Add Sweden, fit 2.11|
|Step 4||Add Wye, fit 0.60||Add Pr. Geo., fit 0.52||Add Allen, fit 1.16|
|Step5||Add Pr. George, fit 0.30||Add Allen, fit 0.30||Add Wye, fit 0.57|
|Step 6||Add Pr. Geo, del. Sweden, fit 0.30|
Step 3 adds Wye, the site with the highest F-ratio in steps 0 and 2. It is the first step in the North American place-solution. One high F-ratio for North America remains, for Prince George, Maryland. The fit is already a respectable 1.01.
Step 4 adds Prince George. This improves the fit to a very good 0.52.
Step 5 adds Allen Steam Plant, with the highest of the F-ratios for the type-signatures. The fit now becomes 0.30, and the apportionment process stops. The North American solution for Elms aerosol is then Wye, Prince George, and optionally Allen Steam Coal.
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