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2006-01-20 16:44:12

I think a graph showing how many users have <10 credits, 10 to 20 credits, 20 to 30 credits, and so on, would be interesting. Graphs for BOINC and for separate projects would be nice.

Of course, the actual width of the "bins" would depend on the actual data...

Keep up the greay stats work...
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2006-01-20 23:10:13


I think a graph showing how many users have <10 credits, 10 to 20 credits, 20 to 30 credits, and so on, would be interesting. Graphs for BOINC and for separate projects would be nice.

Of course, the actual width of the "bins" would depend on the actual data...

Keep up the greay stats work...



If this were to be done there is a lot of "bins" between 1 and the 25 million + plus if the increments were in 10's.

It may be better if there was a set number of "bins", ie less than 1000, 1001 to 50,000; 50001 to 100,000; 100,001 to 500,000; 500,001 to 1m, 1m to 5m, 5m to 10m, 10m+ maybe a cleaner graph and easier to create.

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2006-01-22 00:27:22

You guys talking about a histogram?
As fara as I remember there are mathematical formulas for determinig how wide should be the bins

Some info might be found here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Histogram
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