December 22, 2004

Blogging at all hours of the night – some stats

I was asked in my previous entries about what time of day people write entries, well here you go.

This is a graph of all entries ever written in Warwick Blogs. What would be nice to see, but I can't generate it, is the difference between the time of day staff and students write entries. I imagine it would be very different.

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  1. Thanks :-)

    The number of entries at 2 am is worryingly high! Like you said, it would be interesting to see a staff/student split to see what their different blogging habits are.

    22 Dec 2004, 13:33

  2. Mathew Mannion

    More stats! More stats! :)

    22 Dec 2004, 14:22

  3. Hmm, so my blogjam theory isn't entirely accurate then.

    22 Dec 2004, 15:26

  4. Not entirely. But as I say, I bet certain demographics blog at certain times.

    22 Dec 2004, 15:28

  5. Steve Rumsby

    but I can't generate it

    What? What? Something Kieran can't do? I don't believe it. Surely the information is in there somewhere? All it would take is an Excel pivot table to turn it into something graphical…

    22 Dec 2004, 15:34

  6. Shock horror! It is kind of true. I just can't generate it in 5 minutes from a bit of SQL. It would require code to do because of the limited amount of actual information we store in the database about a user :(

    22 Dec 2004, 15:50

  7. Steve Rumsby

    Ah, so it is a limitation of the system, not a limitation of the Kieran? Suddenly the world feels right again;-)

    22 Dec 2004, 15:56

  8. I can indeed blame the tool, but unfortunately I built the tool as well :(

    22 Dec 2004, 15:58

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