User Trends (v2)

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Re: User Trends (v2)

Post by smartkid222 » January 27th, 2009, 8:56 am

what are the axis. for the bottom one it's the time of day, but is 5 five am or pm. and is 15 3pm. stuff like that.
and is the y axis the total posts on the thread?
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Re: User Trends (v2)

Post by Dark Sabre » January 27th, 2009, 9:37 am

Since it is a frequency graph, the y-axis is a count of how many times the x-axis value occurs (just like the previous two graphs).
As stated on the graph, the x-axis is listed based off of Unix time: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix_time

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Re: User Trends (v2)

Post by rocketman1555 » January 27th, 2009, 2:34 pm

nice, how about another WoWT
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Re: User Trends (v2)

Post by smartkid222 » January 27th, 2009, 2:55 pm

nice?? that wikipedia article made no sense. I don't see how that relates to the graph. The numbers in the article are 10 digits long while the graph only goes through 1-24. i was simply asking if it was in military time or not because i don't think that the most amount of posts where made at 1 am.
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Re: User Trends (v2)

Post by Dark Sabre » January 27th, 2009, 3:01 pm

You only needed to read the first sentence of the article, which tells you what timezone Unix time uses.

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Re: User Trends (v2)

Post by Skystrider » January 27th, 2009, 7:20 pm

Last Thursday, 1,211 unique visitors came to the site, the highest count so far.
That's interesting, Thursday has traditionally been a low day for us.

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Re: User Trends (v2)

Post by Matthew » January 27th, 2009, 9:25 pm

Dark Sabre wrote:You only needed to read the first sentence of the article, which tells you what timezone Unix time uses.
Wait, there's a timezone besides GMT? What are you bloody yanks on?
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Re: User Trends (v2)

Post by smartkid222 » January 30th, 2009, 4:06 pm

he's kidding. He's from the west coast.
Ok because i asked a bigilian times for a simple answer and i never got one i'll explain
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You go to your time zone ans you see what number is at the bottom. for me in EST it's -5. So then i pick a point on the graph and minus it by 5 and that's the real time.
Was that so hard?
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Re: User Trends (v2)

Post by eak227 » January 30th, 2009, 9:56 pm

smartkid222 wrote:he's kidding. He's from the west coast.
Ok because i asked a bigilian times for a simple answer and i never got one i'll explain
You go to your time zone ans you see what number is at the bottom. for me in EST it's -5. So then i pick a point on the graph and minus it by 5 and that's the real time.
Was that so hard?

Umm apparently it's harder than you think. If you do it by your method, you end up in Hawaii... Eastern is -5 because you take Greenwich time (UTC) and subtract 5..
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