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The new interesting book Everybody Lies by Stephens-Davidowitz is a great example of descriptive modeling that uncovers correlations that might be used for prediction (or even for future explanatory work).
The author uncovers behavioral search patterns on Google by examining keywords search volumes using Google Trends and Ad Words.
Sometimes a foil is a flat or Bit Character, a secondary character that comes on stage, sparks a response, then fades from the story.
More often, though, the foil is a recurring character that has a personality, or an opinion of things, that is different from another recurring character.
This character can be the opposite of the character in many ways — or perhaps very, very, very similar, except for a crucial difference. short are among the most common ways of setting up a contrast.
Many intentional foils are depicted as physical contrasts to the main character. Similarly, when the heroine's hair is blonde or white, the villain tends to have dark or red hair; when the villain is blond or white haired, the hero tends to be dark or red haired.
Descriptive modeling aims to give a parsimonious statistical representation of a distribution or relationship, whereas predictive modeling aims at generating values for new/future observations.
These are far from the only possible pairings, however, as virtually any story with multiple characters can contrast the characters to show greater depths to them, regardless of what side they are on in the good versus evil equation.
Good versus evil doesn't have to come into the picture at all.
Her associated zodiac sign is Virgo (♍), just like Andrew Hussie.
Her left horn curves into a hook, emulating the tail of her astrological symbol when viewed from the front.