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October 24, 2015, 03:29:05 AM
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Sorry for this very noob question but looking through the general statistic of an account here I noticed there are two tables in ther the one about the most popular boards by post and the most popular board by activity.
So what I want to know is how is the percentage on the moat popular board by activity determined? It is related to the current activity count of an account right? Huh
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October 24, 2015, 03:48:19 AM
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Sorry for this very noob question but looking through the general statistic of an account here I noticed there are two tables in ther the one about the most popular boards by post and the most popular board by activity.
So what I want to know is how is the percentage on the moat popular board by activity determined? It is related to the current activity count of an account right? Huh

AFAIK it is determined by which board you usually visit even though you dont made a post there.
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October 24, 2015, 05:02:26 AM
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Sorry for this very noob question but looking through the general statistic of an account here I noticed there are two tables in ther the one about the most popular boards by post and the most popular board by activity.
So what I want to know is how is the percentage on the moat popular board by activity determined? It is related to the current activity count of an account right? Huh

AFAIK it is determined by which board you usually visit even though you dont made a post there.
That's what i used to think. But after seeing my stats, it shows that "Most Popular Boards By Activity" for me is the Indian board. But AFAIK, I don't lurk around much on the Indian board(I go a little there but not much), I am more of a Gambling/Meta Section reader.
So, either there is something wrong with most popular by activity or what we understand by this is wrong.
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October 24, 2015, 07:52:21 AM
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it's the number your post in a board divided by number of all posts in a board.
so if I have 1000 posts in meta and there are 100000 meta posts in total, it'll show as 0.1%.

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October 24, 2015, 07:55:05 AM
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it's the number your post in a board divided by number of all posts in a board.
so if I have 1000 posts in meta and there are 100000 meta posts in total, it'll show as 0.1%.
Does all post in the board mean all the posts in the board since the forum was created? Or it only takes into account of posts made in a particular month or a time period?
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October 24, 2015, 07:57:24 AM
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it's the number your post in a board divided by number of all posts in a board.
so if I have 1000 posts in meta and there are 100000 meta posts in total, it'll show as 0.1%.
Does all post in the board mean all the posts in the board since the forum was created? Or it only takes into account of posts made in a particular month or a time period?

since the forum was created.

oh, and if a board have a sub, the posts in the sub-board doesn't get added to its total posts.

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October 24, 2015, 10:44:53 AM
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it's the number your post in a board divided by number of all posts in a board.
so if I have 1000 posts in meta and there are 100000 meta posts in total, it'll show as 0.1%.
Does all post in the board mean all the posts in the board since the forum was created? Or it only takes into account of posts made in a particular month or a time period?

since the forum was created.

oh, and if a board have a sub, the posts in the sub-board doesn't get added to its total posts.

That was my understanding of it. Ie:

I have 5480 posts in hardware
I'm 1.3666% by activity in Hardware.
Hardware has 484,894 Posts.

5480 / 0.013666 = 401,000 posts. Close enough I guess?

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October 24, 2015, 11:12:55 AM
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That was my understanding of it. Ie:

I have 5480 posts in hardware
I'm 1.3666% by activity in Hardware.
Hardware has 484,894 Posts.

5480 / 0.013666 = 401,000 posts. Close enough I guess?

the Group Buys section have 83911 posts. so the Hardware section alone only have 400983 posts in total.
so yeah, close enough.

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October 24, 2015, 11:22:34 AM
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That was my understanding of it. Ie:

I have 5480 posts in hardware
I'm 1.3666% by activity in Hardware.
Hardware has 484,894 Posts.

5480 / 0.013666 = 401,000 posts. Close enough I guess?

the Group Buys section have 83911 posts. so the Hardware section alone only have 400983 posts in total.
so yeah, close enough.

Oh that's very true, I forgot about the subforum. It was 400995 at the time so its probably accurate to the post once it updates.

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October 24, 2015, 11:51:22 AM
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That was my understanding of it. Ie:

I have 5480 posts in hardware
I'm 1.3666% by activity in Hardware.
Hardware has 484,894 Posts.

5480 / 0.013666 = 401,000 posts. Close enough I guess?

the Group Buys section have 83911 posts. so the Hardware section alone only have 400983 posts in total.
so yeah, close enough.

Oh that's very true, I forgot about the subforum. It was 400995 at the time so its probably accurate to the post once it updates.

I thought it is Economics or the Bitcoin boards which has the highest number of posts?  And the off-topic too, contains lots of posts.

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October 24, 2015, 12:05:10 PM
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I thought it is Economics or the Bitcoin boards which has the highest number of posts?  And the off-topic too, contains lots of posts.

not as much as Announcement (Altcoins) (see this). but that's not what this topic is about.

it's how the numbers on "Most Popular Boards By Activity" on user statistic are calculated.

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