W H Y S F G V ' N M / =
I O A E U D C L Z J -
Q , ; B . P T K R X
(To be clear, the evolver doesn't mess with the / = - keys, but they're a useful point of reference in looking at the layout.)
Even making slight changes to what is included in the corpus, the same layout comes out. Actually, there are variations which get the same score, by rearranging Q, W, and H. This makes a great deal of sense.
But there's something strange. T really is much more common than Z, yet Z ends up on the home row. This might have to do with the optimal locations for hitting combinations of consonants...
- You might want to write the software author asking about that. -Robin Lee Powell
I am looking at making myself a Dvorak-derived keyboard something like this... - LaeMing
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