Qualitative analysis of the reflection of the mathematical dimension of gambling in gaming online content
- ongoing project -
Webmasters are invited to participate and gain exposure on academic
Our PhilScience project connects the academic realm of problem gambling with the gambling industry. If you are a gambling webmaster, we invite you to participate in this study and benefit by the exposure of your website in the
high-authority academic channels Researchgate net (DR 93),
Academia edu (DR 91), and Philpapers org (DR 71),
Hal science (DR 73), plus scribd com (DR 91) and the
sites that we own.
The study is conducted by
Dr. Catalin Bărboianu. Click
here for the detailed academic description of this project.
The current project aims to evaluate qualitatively the reflection of the mathematical dimension of gambling in the content of gambling websites.
A statistical analysis will record the presence of the mathematical dimension of gambling and its forms in the content of participating websites, and a qualitative research will analyze and assess the quality of the content with respect to that dimension.
Monthly technical reports describing the partial results of the analysis will be published and disseminated publicly via academic channels, and an article with final results will be submitted for publication in a gambling studies journal at the end of the year.
Each technical report will include a list of ten websites reviewed. The reports are published in open-source mode
as PDF pages and are indexed by Google, Google Scholar, and other
scholarly search engines. Each entry will contain the URL of the homepage of the website reviewed (as dofollow
hyperlink), a short two-line basic description of content (non-commercial, without any superlatives and offers), and the date of review. Example:
myreviewedgamblingwebsite.com (reviewed in January 2023)
Online casino with roulette, blackjack, online slots, and poker room;
it has beginner’s guides for the games as well as strategy tips.
The reviewed websites will be also posted
on our website
probability.infarom.ro and on philscience.org, in the project’s pages.
For giving greater SEO value to your links, the technical reports are backlinked from Dr. Barboianu’s academic profile on
scholar.google.com (DR 92), orcid.org (DR 91), and semanticscholar.org (DR 90).
The participants will
also get one free gambling-math article per year, authored by Dr.
Catalin Barboianu, for the content of their websites, along with expert
suggestions for content improving.
Participants are paid a
referral fee for every new participant that they bring to join the
program. Don't miss this unique opportunity!
The statistical results of the study will be summarized and will not include individual assessments. (In the published materials, your website will be associated only with the description in the list and not with its review).
The intent is not to highlight shortfalls in any website's coverage but to complete and record a qualitative analysis that collectively displays the level of attention to these subjects across various gambling-related websites. As such, any participant does not necessarily need to cover them in any way.
See the first
technical report published on:
The criteria of eligibility for participation are:
- not having legally prohibited content or advertising;
- meeting the gambling legal requirements;
- having informative content besides the games (at least games’ rules and
being fully operational and navigable;
- being written in a grammatically correct format;
- not giving the appearance of a link or banner farm.
To request participation or more details, please send a message to
info[at]philscience.org with the subject line ‘participation to GamMathQA’.
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Appendix - List of reviewed websites