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No. 792

Someone asked about posting statistics.

Here's a line graph of all posts per week for /pt/ up until today. As you can see, post rate has been increasingly pretty steadily.

The post below is the same graph for /b/.

No. 793

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/b/'s post rate has been ramping up slowly for the past few months, but it's seen a massive spike in new posts in the past 3 weeks, almost resembling exponential growth.

The big spike at the end only represents about 2 weeks though, so the sample size is far too small to say much about what the rate will be like in the next month.

No. 794

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Here is the posting rate for /pt/ by day instead of by week.

As you can see, some days are much more active than others, with a few large bursts recently.

No. 795

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And here is /b/'s post count per day.

The past 1-2 days are showing a decrease in the recent huge burst in activity, meaning the exponential-like growth seen in the weekly view probably will not hold.

No. 796


No. 797

Can you share any info on number of unique posters?

No. 804

Unfortunately, it's very difficult to get accurate statistics of unique posters. Especially with widespread use of mobile devices, one person may rotate through 2-30 IPs over the course of a year.

No. 4185

so i wonder how the statistics went over the course of until now?

No. 4192

I would like to know this too.

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