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Discuss.

Percentages were found by comparing the average number of replies containing Naruto per day in each month, and then using that number against the estimated daily reply count on /a/ to find a rough percentage.
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Can you overlap this with a graph for troll posts? Troll posts defined as posts containing: topkek, lel, an emoticon, and other obvious baitwords.

That would be interesting to see.
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Up to 1/3 of all replies containing the word "Naruto" and that doesn't include the ones that contain the word "Sasuke."

nice fake graph
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>>102052223
I don't have anything like that, but I did this one a while ago.
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>>102052302
Nigga that's .3 percent, not 30 percent
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>>102052387
Does this graph include posts that complain about people using the word doge, incidentally causing them to use the word doge as well?
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>>102052493
Yeah it does. But more people complaining about doge means that there's more doge to complain about, so the stats are still good.
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>>102052613
One post of doge could result in several posts complaining about the use of doge.
On another board, a post about doge could result in no replies using the word doge.
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>>102052387
>no /g/
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>>102052697
>you realize you are now inflating doge stats
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>>102052387
>/v/, /fit/, and /sp/ have the same amount of doge
>It's twice the amount /a/ has
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Where are you getting the data, OP? foolz catalog?

I've been keeping track of /a/ the past 2 weeks, though just aggregate data. Ignore the spikes on 02/10, that was just a bug in my software.
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>>102055793
I've been using foolz mostly.
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>>102052387
put /g/ on that and it'd shit itself.
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>>102055941
Cool, are you just working through their search system, or do you have access to their database?

Here's the absolute number of posts on /a/, plus the percentage of posts with images at any given time.
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>>102056129
Nah, I've just been plugging in keywords and gathering up the results to use as data. I don't have access to the database or anything like that.
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>>102052387
Why on earth didn't you include /g/

it would have gone to the moon
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>>102056006
>>102056260
/g/ had like a billion fucking instances of doge over two months, it would have needed it's own graph.
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>>102056385
that's the joke.mkv
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>>102056006
>>102056385
>>>/biz/
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>>102056235
Ok. I wonder if foolz ever offers sql dumps. I've been wanting to do the same sort of data mining for a while now.

Here's the absolute size of the full images on /a/, plus stats on the average size of new images.
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>>102056435
based moot.



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