How to read the Schirmer Test Paper

Hacker News user dafoo wrote: This is very informative, and it would be helpful to read this article and compare it with the Schurms article.

I’m not an engineer, but I have experience with the schirmers test paper.

I would really like to see a reference on how to read it.

I’ve read it about 10 times, and I find it very clear.

I have seen a few articles where people say “I read it, but can’t understand it.”

But I haven’t seen anyone who is completely stuck with it.

So, I’m going to write this article, and compare this test paper with Schirmers article.

What do you think?

Do you find the Schires test paper clear?

Do the Schirs test paper and the Schirems article have anything in common?

If so, I’d love to hear from you!

If you do not find it clear, feel free to send me a message.

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