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Top level node creation trend update

by fenLisesi (Priest)
on Dec 06, 2007 at 10:19 UTC ( #655349=monkdiscuss: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

This is an update to Re^2: Perl is dead. The source of the data did not have reliable information on the first four days of last month. Data for my $day (05..30) was used consistently for my $year (2002..2007), which should keep the horizontal trend healthy. Cheers.

Nov (05-30) 660 587 807 670 761 900
Sep 665 650 958 921 966 951
Aug 802 733 995100010221149
Jul 722 7251024101011761203
Jun 651 7581046103810951037
May 673 735108810209721142

Nov (05-30)736589 74 84100
Sep6968100 96101100
Aug6963 86 87 88100
Jul6060 85 83 97100
May5864 95 89 85100

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Re: Top level node creation trend update
by snoopy (Curate) on Dec 06, 2007 at 23:24 UTC
    Btw, the Job Statistics for number of jobs posted are also positive:

    YearTotal JobsJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
    20071729 (*)14913813916416616314313714718417524 (*)

    (*) Only part way through December

Re: Top level node creation trend update
by webfiend (Vicar) on Dec 06, 2007 at 21:04 UTC

    This is very interesting, and I'm pleased by the apparent increase over the last couple of months. I'm curious, though. Why did you use 2002 as the starting point? Perlmonks has been around for a little longer than that. Maybe you already explained it somewhere and I missed it.

      The reason is pretty dumb, actually: I was doing the initial work manually, looking up numbers, jotting them down on paper etc. <blush /> I will cook up something to automate it, if I find round tuits. Cheers.

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