Thus sayeth HackerFactor's gender guesser. Using a sample from Alexandra's "Someone is wrong on the internet, the 'decline of men' edition" and being careful to excise the quotes from Tyler Cowen, the analyzer says:
Total words: 366
Female = 568
Male = 808
Difference = 240; 58.72%
Verdict: Weak MALE
Weak emphasis could indicate European.
Female = 321
Male = 569
Difference = 248; 63.93%
We tried two other analyzers, Genderanalyzer.com and the analyzer at the Stevens Institute of Technology. Unfortunately the former kept giving an error message and the latter 503'd with 'Service Temporarily Unavailable'.
The results from Hacker Factor are in line with those we found for Ms Scaggs' boss in 2014's
"Alphaville's Izabella Kaminska Writes Like a Boy (but is kind to the elderly and robots)"