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September 29, 2011, 09:05:35 PM
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Hi, I'm searching for a graph that displays transactions per block over time, but where the number of transactions is normalized by the time it took to generate each block. is there something like that available?

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September 29, 2011, 09:25:06 PM
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Hi, I'm searching for a graph that displays transactions per block over time, but where the number of transactions is normalized by the time it took to generate each block. is there something like that available?

There is a per-day chart:
 - http://pi.uk.com/bitcoin/charts/n-transactions

There is an average transactions per block statistic (previous 1,000 blocks):
 - http://blockexplorer.com/q/avgtxnumber

But specifically a transactions per block, I've not seen that charted.
The data is visible from a site:
 - http://pi.uk.com/bitcoin/blocks
and also from:
 - http://abe.john-edwin-tobey.org/chain/Bitcoin?count=2016
 (which comes from ABE which can store the data in MySQL, PostgreSQL and elsewhere):
 - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=16141.0

So to go that further and graph it by the amount of time for the block is something you're probably the first to (publicly) request.
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