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Forum Stats

About this page https://dndsanctuary.eu/index.php?action=stats

Shouldn't we have browser stats there, being keen web-browsing people in general and promoters of Otter browser?

To keep the stats table still straight in graphical browsers in big monitors, I suggest replacing one frame with browser stats frame. Namely, Top 10 Boards looks worthless. We don't even have 10 boards, so there should be Top 10 Browsers instead. We collectively definitely use more than 10 browsers.

Can be done or none?

Re: Forum Stats

Reply #1
These are the forum's data - not the site's. However they may seem the same.
For example, if I visit the forum this way with a phone? Will it pertain to the site's data or to the forum's?


Male to Female Ratio

Reply #3
Couldn't find that thread, think this'll be o'k.
Quote from: Stst.Centa
Male to Female Ratio: 20.5:1

We'd better do something about it?;)
(:sst:BTW, who's that half-a-man?)



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Reply #6
Hip hip hurray!  :hat:

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Reply #7
I noticed that the level of "New Members" in Forum Stats for 2014 stands at 91!

An algorithm must be wrong somewhere unless some sign in and then resign.


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Reply #9
Quote from: Index
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Reply #10
An algorithm must be wrong somewhere unless some sign in and then resign.

More likely I probably banned a bunch of those "doctors" with spam signatures. For a little while there we had a new one each day. (Never posted though.)


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Reply #12
I wasn't around to see it. :)

(Also, I don't even know why I'd want to buy a Kerala masala online.   :ninja:)



requesting browser stats one more time

Reply #15
In old Opera forums, they provided a third-party service so bloggers could get some idea of their followers, amount of clicks, location and browser stats. Probably a third-party tracker is not what we want here, but shouldn't some kind of script be possible to do, a script that accumulates data? The stats may not be possible to integrate with the stats page, but how about publishing them for each month for example in this thread? We are in several senses a browser forum after all.

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Reply #16
These are the stats for April 2014.

Code: [Select]
Windows	438,672	74.3 %
Linux 106,646 18 %
Macintosh 22,317 3.7 %
BSD 17,527 2.9 %
Unknown 3,510 0.5 %
Java Mobile 678 0.1 %
Unknown Unix system 205 0 %
Nintendo Wii 123 0 %
BlackBerry 27 0 %
Sun Solaris 25 0 %


Code: [Select]
Opera	No	348,157	59 %
Google Chrome No 104,095 17.6 %
Firefox No 89,239 15.1 %
Safari No 28,787 4.8 %
LG (PDA/Phone browser) No 10,283 1.7 %
Mozilla No 3,972 0.6 %
MS Internet Explorer No 2,903 0.4 %
Konqueror No 482 0 %
Android browser (PDA/Phone browser) No 477 0 %
ELinks No 452 0 %


Glancing over at the IE version breakdown, I noticed something interesting about IE6:
Code: [Select]
Msie 10.0	No	174	0 %	
Msie 9.0 No 277 0 %
Msie 8.0 No 736 0.1 %
Msie 7.0 No 232 0 %
Msie 6.0 No 1,480 0.2 %
Msie 5.0 No 1 0 %
Msie ? No 3 0 %


NB Otter is probably counted as Chrome or Safari. So is Opera 15+.

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Reply #17
Thanks for the stats, Frenzie.

NB Otter is probably counted as Chrome or Safari. So is Opera 15+.

Yes, I also saw Otter has only mask identifiers out of the box, no unique identifier. But the prevalence of Windows is interesting, given that the poll in my OS thread implies a more even breakdown.

Can I copy/cite these stats in the OS thread as I feel like?

Re IE6: Maybe something masking as such again?



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Reply #20
Ersi, your poll is not very well done in the first place. Anyway it's supposed to count per user, not per time or visits, so...


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Reply #22
There's "Android browser", probably the stock browser of Android devices. There's also a separate "LG" thingy. What's that?

"Opera" is probably lumped together from desktops and phones/palm devices. I use both desktop and mobile Opera. I also use FF, Seamonkey, Elinks, Otter (masked as Chrome) and Konqueror to access this site. And I'm surely forgetting something.

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Reply #23
There's "Android browser", probably the stock browser of Android devices. There's also a separate "LG" thingy. What's that?

I don't know, but I would assume it's an LG fork of either stock Android or Chrome (or both; these things change over time).

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Reply #24
@ersi, I know some script to collect stats... ;-)
In most cases Otter will end up being detected as Safari (like most of browsers that use WebKit).
It should be unique enough:
Quote
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/538.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Otter/0.9.01-dev Safari/538.1
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