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Lines labeled per participants over time. Each line is one participant. The plot on the left shows the data for all participants. The plot in the middle shows only participants who labeled more than 250 commits, excluding Steffen Herbold, Alexander Trautsch, and Benjamin Ledel because their position in the author list is not affected by the number of labeled commits. The plot on the right shows only the top 5 participants.

Lines labeled per participants over time. Each line is one participant. The plot on the left shows the data for all participants. The plot in the middle shows only participants who labeled more than 250 commits, excluding Steffen Herbold, Alexander Trautsch, and Benjamin Ledel because their position in the author list is not affected by the number of labeled commits. The plot on the right shows only the top 5 participants.

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Context: Tangled commits are changes to software that address multiple concerns at once. For researchers interested in bugs, tangled commits mean that they actually study not only bugs, but also other concerns irrelevant for the study of bugs. Objective: We want to improve our understanding of the prevalence of tangling and the types of changes tha...

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... manually checked, and found that the low ratio was driven by single mistakes and that each of these participants have participated in the labeling of less than 243 lines with consensus. This is in line with our substantial agreement measured with Fleiss' κ. Figure 7 shows how many lines were labeled by each participant over time. The plot on the left confirms that most participants started labeling data relatively late in the study. ...

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