What percentage of FPP links get clicked?
posted by Trurl
on Dec 22, 2011 -
An Infodump Question™ and followup to this post
: What is the average number of favorites per post received for each of the various MeFi subsites? Per comment? Average number of favorites given and received for the userbase?
posted by zarq
on Dec 13, 2011 -
While I'm not a fan of the plethora of infographics available online these days (and lame SEO attempts to capitalize on them), I decided to make a tongue-in-cheek infographic for MetaFilter, and as everyone behind the scenes at Team MeFi scrambled in the last week to gather up all the interesting statistics we could, I threw it all into photoshop to produce this: The 2010 Year In MetaFilter Infographic
posted by mathowie
on Jan 3, 2011 -
The big four-oh, this podcast features recaps from around the site for the last three weeks. It was recorded on April 17th and runs about an hour and ten minutes. [more inside]
posted by mathowie
on Apr 21, 2009 -
I'm assuming this got lost in the Great Server Disaster of 2009, but is the Infodump
ever coming back?
posted by desjardins
on Feb 17, 2009 -
The side-discussion about Macs here
has made me curious about the % of mac users here as indicated by the mefi.com server logs. Can I get some user agent statistics?
posted by troy
on Sep 6, 2008 -
Which post has been the most "removed from favorites"? I don't think this is answerable from the data dump.
posted by smackfu
on Aug 5, 2008 -
This AskMe thread
about contributors vs. lurkers reminded me of something I've been meaning to inquire about. A pony named Argus, who sees all users, named and unnamed, and enumerates them with well-manicured hooves. A digital Clever Hans. Or a realtime visitor count, if you prefer. [more inside]
posted by mumkin
on Mar 23, 2008 -
What percentage of users post answers, under their 'real' account, in their own anonymous askmefi threads? [more inside]
posted by oxford blue
on Jan 12, 2008 -
As part of my final paper for a grad class, I wanted to ask the hivemind a few questions. It's just 20 quick questions about MetaFilter and AskMetaFilter, since those are the two most active parts of this community. I had to break it up into two parts since I'm a poor grad student and don't want to drop $20 for one survey:
It's also limited to the first 100 responses, but if even get close to 100 responses I'll be extremely happy. Thanks in advance! [more inside]
posted by lovetragedy
on Nov 26, 2007 -
I'm an avid reader of Puke & Cry's Deleted Thread
blog, and it got me wondering: Do any of the admins have stats on the most posts deleted in one day? Or, the most doubles (i.e. the most posts on one
topic that were deleted - I'm guessing it must be an obituary post, maybe James Brown)? Or, the longest time span without a deletion? Etc.
posted by amyms
on Oct 30, 2007 -
Fantasy feature: hover over "x users marked this as a favorite" and see the names of the people who did the favorite marking. Whaddaya think?
posted by serazin
on Jun 13, 2007 -
I was wondering how feasible a few adds on for people who post threads would be. I was thinking would it be possible for the OP to be able to see stats like how many people viewed the full thread and how many clicked on the different links? it would give a fairly good idea of how much interest a post generated, over and above what you can see from the number of favourites, etc.
posted by criticalbill
on Jun 11, 2007 -
It'd be kind of awesome if we could see, in some generic way like "hits", how many looks our MeJobs job postings have gotten.
posted by scrump
on May 18, 2007 -
Since apparently MeFi users want a way to rank each other
, here's an easy way to do it. You take one of your posts, and a tag from that post. Then, you find out how many google hits the tag generates vs. the number of times it is used as a tag in MetaFilter. The winner is the person who has the highest google-hit to MeFi tag ratio.
posted by Deathalicious
on May 7, 2007 -
Just a casual observation, but it looks like AskMe's post count will reach parity with MeFi's somewhere in the next 24-48 hours. By the end of the week there will be more threads created on the green than created in the blue.
posted by XQUZYPHYR
on Apr 5, 2007 -
What's the percentage of MeFites who have no one nearby? I just moved away from Vancouver (in the interior, Quesnel, to operate my hosting/computer services biz where I actually WANT to live) and suddenly, after updating my long. and lat., I'm all alone!
posted by Kickstart70
on Mar 14, 2007 -
Is someone compiling/has someone already compiled statistics such as: the average number of favorites per post, the average number of comments per post, comment quantity by time posted, average number of favorited posts by user, etc? I assume this has been discussed here in meta previously, but I couldn't find it in searching. Feel free to direct me to old threads on this topic though.
posted by serazin
on Feb 1, 2007 -
Would MetaFilter consider sharing detailed Public Traffic Stats?
This appears to be the strong trend among the top Technoratti Blogs - and SEO blogs.
It would be fascinating to view and discusse where new users are coming from.
What post attract search engine traffic & keywords
What geo-locations are sending viewers during a given time
In previous years there were very general stats showing growth - But something more intriguing could be considered
posted by Bodyguard
on Jan 8, 2007 -
In which I post a bunch of meaningless statistics in the hope of sparking a more meaningful discussion than this one.
posted by tkolar
on Jan 4, 2007 -
Matt, can I have a pony for Christmas? Nothing too fancy, just some public statistics. Boingboing
, for example, uses AWStats
, which provides a delicious smörgåsbord of information. It doesn't sound too difficult to use, I've set up similar things on sites of my own.
posted by Spike
on Dec 23, 2006 -
Is there a ranking somewhere of who has had the most comments or posts favorited?
posted by empath
on Nov 2, 2006 -
What percentage of mefites actually contribute to metatalk? And how popular is ask.me in comparison to the blue?
posted by roofus
on Sep 20, 2006 -
Ever wondered which sites Metafilter users link to the most? I've updated Metafilter Sources
for the first time in two years, showing that Youtube and Flickr are now in the top 20, and that Wikipedia is now the most popular external source ever. Move over, Newsfilter... It's Wikifilter time!
Also, I updated the Metafilter Stats
charts through June 2006. More analysis inside.
posted by waxpancake
on Jul 24, 2006 -
Here are two charts about metafilter. Posts and user numbers
and comments and user numbers
. Each dot represents a post (or comment), with the post number and number of the user who posted (or commented) as the xy data. I don't remember what prompted me to make these (some metatalk thread, I'm sure), but I found them again on my hard drive and thought someone else might find them interesting (I brought them back up to date, too). There are half a dozen interesting little milestones that show up in the graphs, more than I could see probably.
posted by Lirp
on Jun 22, 2006 -
What's the record for most metatalk posts in a day? Have we approached, or even broken that record today?
posted by shmegegge
on Jun 20, 2006 -
A tiny, tiny pony...is it easy to find out what the average number of votes/feedback per Project is, for all time, and then just for this year? Thx! This is just a one-time thing, no wish for a full feature request.
posted by Kickstart70
on Jun 6, 2006 -
A bit like a dandelion gone wrong.
is the site. Some results are definitely interesting
though. I wish you could click on a node and see its address.
posted by tellurian
on Jun 3, 2006 -
How do the economics of MetaFilter work? I know this may be kind of rude to even ask, but it seems to me that this is an awful lot of coding and maintenance to be financed only by five dollar donations and small non-intrusive ads. Speaking of advertisements, does it cost Matt money if I use adblock to remove the ads before I even see them?
posted by crazyray
on Apr 30, 2006 -
Some metrics: 50,000 posts and 1.24 million comments since July 14, 1999 = 20.5 posts per day or almost one post per hour, 511 comments per day or about 1 comment every three minutes for the last 6.75 years
posted by mathowie
on Mar 13, 2006 -