The article isnít built on flawed measurement methodology.....
To summarize what has already been posted in this thread for the coin flip example, 2 of the 16 possible 4-flip sequences yield no result for the given parameters. Of the 14 sequences producing a result, 6 have a 0 probability that a particular head flip will be followed by a head flip, 2 have a 1 probability, 4 have a 1/2 probability, and one has a 2/3 probability. I wonít chew through the math, but the probability that a head flip will be followed by another head flip for a random 4-flip sample is less than 1/2.
But in all "16" 4 flip sequence only "14" has at least 1 head in the first 3 spots thus 2 sequences will be excluded.
If not; what do those graphs show?