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Played 2e 25 years ago. Started DM'ing 5e to get my kids interested. Also started DM'ing for some work mates who'd never played before. Glad to be back!
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Wednesday, 6th December, 2017

  • 08:29 AM - aramis erak quoted EdAbbey in post Mathematicians/statisticians - I need your help!
    I would assume that most items would show a pretty typical curve of diminishing views per month. There is likely some calculus that can be used to plot a fancy graph. But I can't recall any of my calculus so I wonder if you can simplify matters somewhat. Maybe this?: 1. Group your page view data according to the number of months the item has been available 2. Calculate the average number of views for each of these 12 groups 3. For each item, compare the total number of views to the average of its particular group and express it as a percentage 4. Order the items according to the degree (percentage) they deviate from average rather than view count Does this make any sense? I'm sure there are serious statistical issues with this approach but its the best I can come up with. Cheers Makes sense, but from an admin standpoint, a real pain to do (I run a different VBulletin site). There are ways to capture the data Morrus wants using SQL queries... but I don't speak SQL.

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