November 2013’s Statistics


Hi again. I was hesitant to look at this month’s statistics, as I pretty much fell off the face of the earth for a week there, but I didn’t have the chance to do the serious thinking that’s needed for mathematics writing. The result’s almost exactly the dropoff in readership I might have predicted: from 440 views in October down to 308, and from 220 unique visitors down to 158. That’s almost an unchanged number of views per visitor, 2.00 dropping to 1.95, so at least the people still interested in me are sticking around.

The countries sending me the most viewers were as ever the United States, then Austria (hi, Elke, and thank you), the United Kingdom and then Canada. Sending me a single visitor each were Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Ethiopia, France, Jordan, Lebanon, Nepal, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, Switzerland, and Thailand. This is also a drop in the number of single-viewer countries, although stalwarts Finland and the Netherlands are off the list. Slovenia’s the only country making a repeat appearance from last month, in fact.

The most popular articles the past month were:

And I apologize for not having produced many essays the past couple weeks, and can only fault myself for being more fascinated by some problems in my day job that’ve been taking up time and mental energy and waking me in the middle of the night with stuff I should try. I’ll be back to normal soon, I’m sure. Don’t tell my boss.

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Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there.

3 thoughts on “November 2013’s Statistics”

  1. Thanks! As I said, I am playing with anti-spying software but I have excluded your post :-)
    I see you have snow on your blog, too! It’s barely visible because of the white background – but it is snowing on your trapezoids.

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    1. Aw, glad you let me follow you, then.

      And I’d forgot the snow! It’s one of the lesser display options in WordPress’s menu somewhere; I just remember they turned it on one year. I was surprised not to see more people complaining about it.

      It’d be really slick to have snow accumulate on the edges of pictures or the like, but that’s probably impossible to do in any reasonable way.

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