Most popular: Top 20 Control Engineering stories of 2006
Oak Brook, IL —The top 20 most popular Control Engineering articles of 2006 follow below, according to monthly rank of the number of times they were accessed at www.controleng.com . Thanks for reading!
11. Servo Motors
15. CNC Programming
Leading articles of prior years include:
How to read P&IDs (piping and instrumentation diagrams; Resource Center registration required)
Relay Ladder Logic (Resource Center registration required)
Last year's favorites
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Here's a disclaimer to explain the tyranny of numbers. Rankings are based on the top 10 articles each month in 2006, therefore articles later in the year have less of a chance (fewer months to sum). Ranking also doesn't offer any credit for large popularity spikes or for months when a whole lot of clicking was going on, since 10 was still the highest value assigned within a month (1 was the least). Also it's conceivable that an article ranked in the top 12 every month, and the sum of clicks might have displaced others on the list in a count of clicks, but we only summed the rank of top 10 finishers monthly.
— Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Mark T. Hoske
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