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<h1>About the Genderizer</h1>

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Freebase is a free, creative-commons-licensed database of structured information.  Among its 4 million plus topics, 
it contains over 800,000 people.
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The breakdown of genders on Freebase, where known, is as follows:
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(We put a pie chart here, when we figure out how.)
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(Note that XX% of people on Freebase's genders aren't known, yet; they are not included in the above chart.)
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As you can see, women are under-represented on Freebase relative to men. 
But is that because there are few women in Freebase to start with, or because the women are there, but haven't had
their gender specified?
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Genderizer aims to provide an easy way to set the genders of people who, on Freebase, have so far gone without.
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Since inception, Genderizer has helped set XXX gender properties.  The breakdown is as follows:
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Since inception, Genderizer has learnt about more women, proportionally, than Freebase knows about as a whole, and is thus improving the representation 
of other genders within Freebase.
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<h2>Useful links and more information</h2>

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<li><a href="http://freebase.com/view/user/skud/gender/">Gender domain</a></li>
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