Hello. Here are some 2011 website stats:
Today marks the day when the number of page visits equals all the
visits from 2010.
2010: Jan 1st until Dec 31st:
607,883 Unique Visitors
2011: Jan 1st until Nov 13th:
1,028,793 Visits668,738 Unique Visitors2,548,789 Pageviews
So, this means there will be some increase compared to last year, but
nothing dramatic has changed. The last two month (Sept & Oct 2011)
were the first ones above 100,000 visits per month. That's promising,
but in the same timespan 2010 we had almost 100,000 visits, too.
Attached is a week-by-week comparison, blue is this year, brown the
last one. It looks like Sage's adoption has saturated and we should
investigate a bit on what to focus, how to tell the world about Sage
and so on - assuming, more users are always better for the project,
because a small part of them will be developers :)
Visits by location in 2011 until Nov 8th, by City (by country USA is
top, but city level is more interesting i think)
New York 12,052
Zagreb 5,571 (Croatia)
San Francisco 5,337
Los Angeles 5,171
Graz 4,272 (Austria, 2nd largest city behind Vienna)
Mexico City 3,972
At the bottom of sagemath.org is a world map with red dots. Those are
updated each week and show a nice distribution across the world.
Downloads 2011, until Nov 8th:
linux 32bit: 12,000
linux 64bit: 8,500
apple osx: 6,000
On the other hand, we also have some stats for sagenb.org! They look
much more promising.
June & July 2011: about 25,000 visits.
Sept & Oct 2011: about 40,000 visits. (university/schools started?)
Checking the referrals to sagenb.org, many schools and universities
come up. Just two examples:
Or pointers from e.g. wikipedia.ru to
both about the knapsack problem.
So, apart from teaching, sagenb.org/pub is also used as some kind of
knowledge base. That's an exciting area and together with embedded
interacts in published worksheets and tagging, this will be very nice!
Also, the worksheet data itself is getting more important and it might
be wise to think about how to handle that.
... and last but not least:
Firefox 44.5% (shrinking)
Chrome 26.5% (growing)
Safari: 12.5% (shrinking)
IE: 11.5% (stable)
Opera 3% (shrinking)
IE detailed (of those tiny 11.5%)
7: 12.5 %
ipad, android and iphone: .5% each.
PS: since a few month there is also another tracker, only for the
website and not the wiki and so on.
Here is the page for livestats: