A Parenting & kids forum. ParentingBanter.com

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

Go Back   Home » ParentingBanter.com forum » misc.kids » General
Site Map Home Authors List Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Web Partners

stats



 
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #1  
Old October 9th 03, 01:09 AM
deja blues
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats

Does anyone keeps stats (like the QDN generated stats in alt.mothers)
for this channel? If so can you post them? I'm not an Agent user.
Thanks.
  #2  
Old October 9th 03, 02:40 AM
just me
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats


"deja blues" wrote in message
news
Does anyone keeps stats (like the QDN generated stats in alt.mothers)
for this channel? If so can you post them? I'm not an Agent user.



No, no one does that here. You can, however, research through google. That
can be somewhat time consuming, though.

Aula


  #3  
Old October 9th 03, 05:40 AM
toto
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats

On Wed, 08 Oct 2003 20:09:09 -0400, deja blues
wrote:

Does anyone keeps stats (like the QDN generated stats in alt.mothers)
for this channel? If so can you post them? I'm not an Agent user.
Thanks.


There is a microsoft website that does stats on all the groups, I
believe.


http://netscan.research.microsoft.co...c/Default.asp?

Interesting. I guess they stopped after 08/31/2003 because you can't
put in 09/30/2003. Or perhaps they have not collated September's data
yet. It used to work for the end of any month.

Here's the misc.kids results for August.


http://netscan.research.microsoft.co...hfor=misc.kids



--
Dorothy

There is no sound, no cry in all the world
that can be heard unless someone listens ..

The Outer Limits
  #4  
Old October 9th 03, 07:44 AM
SarahH
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats

deja blues wrote:
Does anyone keeps stats (like the QDN generated stats in alt.mothers)
for this channel? If so can you post them? I'm not an Agent user.
Thanks.


I can do them here too if people like (Im the a.m stats publisher), wont
take me much more effort at all. I'll warn you that my reliability has
slipped a little, but I can get back on track
Tell you what, I'll count the yes and no answers to this thread and if
there are more yes's than nosand no arguments that convince me its a bad
idea I'll start this Sunday. Would you like the bandwidth hog list to be
included?
Sarah

  #5  
Old October 9th 03, 11:17 AM
just me
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats


"SarahH" wrote in message
...
deja blues wrote:
Does anyone keeps stats (like the QDN generated stats in alt.mothers)
for this channel? If so can you post them? I'm not an Agent user.
Thanks.


I can do them here too if people like (Im the a.m stats publisher), wont
take me much more effort at all. I'll warn you that my reliability has
slipped a little, but I can get back on track
Tell you what, I'll count the yes and no answers to this thread and if
there are more yes's than nosand no arguments that convince me its a bad
idea I'll start this Sunday. Would you like the bandwidth hog list to be
included?



You may want to explain a bit more what the stats are as there are a number
of folks reading mk who do not read am and may have no idea what is being
discussed in this thread.

-Aula


  #6  
Old October 9th 03, 06:27 PM
SarahH
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats

just me wrote:


You may want to explain a bit more what the stats are as there are a number
of folks reading mk who do not read am and may have no idea what is being
discussed in this thread.

-Aula



Fair enough Once a week I collate all the a.m postings (just the
subject/poster info) and publish them. It looks like this (hope no one
minds the reposting to another group) (snipped for brevity):

Newsgroup 'alt.mothers' - Weekly Stats 05-Oct-03
Generated by Sarah





Total Posts this period: 929
Total Bytes this period: 834948

------------------------START SECTION 'POSTERS'-----------------------

Number of posts by Person (72 people posted during this period)

TT = This Time
LT = Last Time
AML = Average Message Lines
QP = Average Message Quoted Percent
PGM = Percentage of Group in Messages
PGB = Percentage of Group in Bytes

TT LT Person # AML QP PGM PGB
--- --- ------ ---- --- ----- ----- -----
1 2 Nan............................... 103 22 39.9% 11.1% 8.4%
2 12 SarahH............................ 80 41 50.9% 8.6% 15.8%
3 4 Ilse Witch........................ 57 22 30.3% 6.1% 4.3%
snip
Averages ( 32 36.3%)
------------------------END SECTION 'POSTERS'------------------------

--------------------START SECTION 'BANDWIDTH HOGS!'-------------------

Person Hog Factor
------ --- ------
SarahH........................ 12577
just me....................... 3301
Froggy........................ 3258

snip
--------------------END SECTION 'BANDWIDTH HOGS!'--------------------


-----------------------START SECTION 'SUBJECTS'-----------------------

Number of posts by Subject (122 subjects during this period)

TT LT Subject # PGM PGB
--- --- ------- --- ------ ------
1 --- To the group............................. 48 5.17% 3.72%
2 --- Homeschooling reaction ................ 46 4.95% 6.43%
3 --- And you didn't even miss me?!!........... 33 3.55% 3.89%
snip
------------------------END SECTION 'SUBJECTS'------------------------

---------------------START SECTION 'POSTS BY DAY'---------------------

28-Sep( 23)|#####
29-Sep( 124)|##############################
30-Sep( 180)|############################################
01-Oct( 181)|#############################################
02-Oct( 126)|###############################
03-Oct( 170)|##########################################
04-Oct( 68)|################
05-Oct( 55)|#############
06-Oct( 2)|

Average Posts per Day = 103

(Breakdown by message creation date, not the date it was received)

----------------------END SECTION 'POSTS BY DAY'----------------------

----------------------START SECTION 'NEWSREADERS'---------------------

What news reading software is being used?

Software Posts
-------------------------------------------------- -----
Microsoft Outlook Express......................... 356 (38.32%)
Forte Agent....................................... 256 (27.56%)
Mozilla........................................... 158 (17.01%)
snip

----------------------END SECTION 'NEWSREADERS'----------------------

--------------------START SECTION 'ORGANISATIONS'--------------------

What Organisations are being posted from?

Organisation Posts
-------------------------------------------------- -----
RoadRunner - Central Florida...................... 55 (5.92%)
AOL http://www.aol.com............................ 53 (5.71%)
Ihug Limited...................................... 50 (5.38%)
snip
----------------------END SECTION 'ORGANISATIONS'---------------------

----------------------START SECTION 'NEWSGROUPS'----------------------

What Newsgroups are being cross-posted to?

alt.support.shyness.....................10 (23.26%)
alt.silly.little.newsgroup..............10 (23.26%)
soc.subculture.bondage-bdsm.............5 (11.63%)
snip
-----------------------END SECTION 'NEWSGROUPS'-----------------------




----------------------------------------------------------------------
Generated at 05/10/2003 19:18:15
Using QDNStatsV2 (RtS#1) by Brett O'Callaghan )
QDNStats Web Page @ http://www.geocities.com/brettocallaghan

  #7  
Old October 9th 03, 08:43 PM
Penny Gaines
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats

SarahH wrote in :

Fair enough Once a week I collate all the a.m postings (just the
subject/poster info) and publish them. It looks like this (hope no one
minds the reposting to another group) (snipped for brevity):

Newsgroup 'alt.mothers' - Weekly Stats 05-Oct-03
Generated by Sarah

[snip]
------------------------START SECTION 'POSTERS'-----------------------

[snip]

--------------------START SECTION 'BANDWIDTH HOGS!'-------------------


[snip]

I don't mind the general stats about number of posts etc, but I don't like
the idea of having detailed analysis of my posting habits being made public.
I know that anyone could work them out via google etc, but I don't want
things made too easy for them.

--
Penny Gaines
UK mum to three
  #8  
Old October 10th 03, 01:20 AM
toto
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats

On Thu, 09 Oct 2003 20:43:28 +0100, Penny Gaines
wrote:

SarahH wrote in :

Fair enough Once a week I collate all the a.m postings (just the
subject/poster info) and publish them. It looks like this (hope no one
minds the reposting to another group) (snipped for brevity):

Newsgroup 'alt.mothers' - Weekly Stats 05-Oct-03
Generated by Sarah

[snip]
------------------------START SECTION 'POSTERS'-----------------------

[snip]

--------------------START SECTION 'BANDWIDTH HOGS!'-------------------


[snip]

I don't mind the general stats about number of posts etc, but I don't like
the idea of having detailed analysis of my posting habits being made public.
I know that anyone could work them out via google etc, but I don't want
things made too easy for them.


Ah, gee.. And here I miss the author history that deja used to
provide and which google did away with. g


--
Dorothy

There is no sound, no cry in all the world
that can be heard unless someone listens ..

The Outer Limits
  #9  
Old October 10th 03, 01:48 AM
dejablues
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats

Sheer numbers is what I was thinking of. Signal to noise and all that.


"Penny Gaines" wrote in message
...
SarahH wrote in :

Fair enough Once a week I collate all the a.m postings (just the
subject/poster info) and publish them. It looks like this (hope no one
minds the reposting to another group) (snipped for brevity):

Newsgroup 'alt.mothers' - Weekly Stats 05-Oct-03
Generated by Sarah

[snip]
------------------------START SECTION 'POSTERS'-----------------------

[snip]

--------------------START SECTION 'BANDWIDTH HOGS!'-------------------


[snip]

I don't mind the general stats about number of posts etc, but I don't like
the idea of having detailed analysis of my posting habits being made

public.
I know that anyone could work them out via google etc, but I don't want
things made too easy for them.

--
Penny Gaines
UK mum to three



  #10  
Old October 10th 03, 05:10 AM
chiam margalit
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default stats

Penny Gaines wrote in message ...
SarahH wrote in :

Fair enough Once a week I collate all the a.m postings (just the
subject/poster info) and publish them. It looks like this (hope no one
minds the reposting to another group) (snipped for brevity):

Newsgroup 'alt.mothers' - Weekly Stats 05-Oct-03
Generated by Sarah

[snip]
------------------------START SECTION 'POSTERS'-----------------------

[snip]

--------------------START SECTION 'BANDWIDTH HOGS!'-------------------


[snip]

I don't mind the general stats about number of posts etc, but I don't like
the idea of having detailed analysis of my posting habits being made public.
I know that anyone could work them out via google etc, but I don't want
things made too easy for them.



Not surprisingly, I agree with Penny. Besides being a complete waste
of bandwidth, what is the point of making it even easier for spammers
to track posting habits. I know this is a big A.M. thing, and it's a
huge ego trip for some of the posters who get to the top of the list,
but (thank G*D) this isn't AM and most of the regular posters here
have more sense than to care about who posted the most posts and than
have yet another stupid discussion about it every month. Keep it in
fluff central, please. HUGS!!!

Marjorie
 




Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Forum Jump


All times are GMT +1. The time now is 01:28 PM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.6.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright 2004-2018 ParentingBanter.com.
The comments are property of their posters.