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Use this graph to see how you compare to other SOTW members with regard to posting frequency. All 1,968 members with more than 100 posts were included in this display. The most prolific 20 members are named. These data are current as of today.



Edit: By popular demand, here are the data arranged according to Posts Per Day.

 

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Yeah, the clip art on the right is very explicit: the guy enjoys "geeking" while his horn seems to say: "hey chap, it is time for some patterns !" :mrgreen:
 

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This is not necessarily posting frequency, it just appears to be number of posts.

If someone joined yesterday and posted 50 posts in one day, they would only have 50 posts, but probably the most frequent poster.

BTW, I post while playing.
 

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BTW, I post while playing.
Now there's an idea - a sax with a usb keyboard interface. There are plenty enough notes to cover the alphabet and simple punctuation...but you'd need something to act as a shift key...

Regards,
 

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This is not necessarily posting frequency, it just appears to be number of posts. If someone joined yesterday and posted 50 posts in one day, they would only have 50 posts, but probably the most frequent poster.
Yes, it's number of posts. That's why I labeled the vertical axis "Number of Posts."

I've got some catching up to do...
... I SAID, "I've got some catching up to do!!"
Ha ha!
 

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What's that thing beside the guy at the computer?
 

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How did you get the data off the site to create the graph?
 

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It doesn't take long after first coming to SOTW to figure out who the most prolific posters are. It's right there for everyone to see, and we SEE the prolific posters on a regular basis. What takes a little more time is figuring out who the most consistently helpful posters are. Help is in the eye of the beholder though. I generally don't view advice from players who are primarily Rock & Roll players to be very helpful to *me* because I'm not a Rock & Roll player, never was, and never want(ed) to be. That doesn't make their advice any less helpful to others. The most important thing is whether or not a poster is regularly trying to be helpful to *someone*.

There are some on the list of most prolific posters who almost always try to be helpful. Others...not as often. Without meaning to slight the contributions of others who deserve it by only mentioning one...I would like to take the opportunity to commend Pete Thomas for at least trying to be consistently helpful to as many people as he can. There are many others who deserve similar recognition, but from my experience, Pete is one of the most consistent in that regard. When it comes to ranking...I think it's important to consider both intention and content over sheer volume.
 

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It's not about the quantity nor the frequency, it's about the quality. Having said that, I still think Kenny G blows, material does matter, and no one will ever be able to replicate a Mark VI........
 

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Yes, it's number of posts. That's why I labeled the vertical axis "Number of Posts."
Yes, I saw that, I was just referring to your opening statement:

Use this graph to see how you compare to other SOTW members with regard to posting frequency.
I don't mean to be Mr pedantic, but just thought I should mention it to avoid confusion.

Plus it gets my post count up :)
 

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Since I've been made an admin, my posting frequency has decreased substantially. Wait.....what?

I've gone from 17 to 12/day.
 

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I was going to say the same thing as Pete that this is not frequency but total number of posts. It might be interesting to divide the total number of posts by the number of years that the poster has been on SOTW for a simple frequency number. But it's not interesting enough for me to do it. :D
 

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It might be interesting to divide the total number of posts by the number of years that the poster has been on SOTW for a simple frequency number. But it's not interesting enough for me to do it. :D
That simple frequency number is already shown on your profile, but you can only see it on your own profile. I can see mine but I can't see yours and visa-versa. That number fluctuates, but the amount of fluctuation decreases considerably the longer you've been here. My current frequency number is a nice round "1.0 posts per day". I remember it being 1.8 at one time, which made me feel like I was posting too much.
 
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