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Here you go: Jan 1 - Oct 16 Oct 16 - Dec 31 --------------------------------------- -------------------- -------------------- Action Moderators Community Moderators Community --------------------------------------- ---------- --------- ---------- --------- Users suspended ...


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This is later than I would have liked but having a couple of months of data rather than one or two does give us a bit more information. Could wait until Friday and have another month but... eh... For moderation stats, Shog posted some info here that's worth looking at, though I'm guessing most of y'all have read it already. To start out, here are some ...


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Here are some data that I got from the Site analytics page (>5k users only). The data are from the 2018-Feb-10 to the 2019-Feb-07 and each point represents a week (not a day). Data about posts Data about votes Data about traffic


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I was curious, so I decided to take a look at the data from last year and, I must say, I wasn't expecting what I saw. The difference in numbers is just amazing. Here are the data from last year: 2018: a year in moderation And here is what it looks like when you put them next to each other: Here are the raw numbers (in case you would want to copy-past ...


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As noted in the comments, apparently mods unilaterally closed more questions than the community did: Action Moderators Community¹ ----------------------------------------- ---------- ---------- Questions closed 366 274 (And as noted in comments elsewhere, "unilaterally" means "closed ...


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Starting around the 9th of March 2020, it seems that the current pandemic did, indeed have a significant impact on IPS. More specifically on the number of questions and answers posted. Here are the data for IPS Main: And here are the data for IPS Meta: Conclusions From those data we can clearly see that the number of posts posted has seen a significant ...


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I like the premise of the answer by @Noon to look at how moderation stats changed relative to when IPS was removed from HNQ, but given that there are 9.5 months of data before IPS was removed and only 2.5 months of data after, I wanted to take a look at the average moderation workload per month in those time frames. I took the data that Shog9 provided and ...


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The main meta post with close/reopen data is quite interesting too. Here's a graph of reopen rates on IPS, per close reason (note: according to the meta post, this is questions which were closed and then reopened in 2019, but not necessarily asked in 2019): Seems good that the highest reopen rate (18.1%) is for "unclear" questions - that means authors were ...


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If you are curious about the ratio, I though Shog9 numbers and made this: Jan 1 - Oct 16 Oct 16 - Dec 31 --------------------------------------- -------------------- -------------------- --------- Action Moderators Community Moderators Community Evolution ----------------------...


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I was curious to know how much change compared to last year and especially: how much more or less work did the community did by itself compared to last year? So I did this (on Excel): NOTE: 'comm.' is abbreviation for 'community' and 'Mods' for 'Moderators' Action Mods 2019 comm. '19 % by comm. '19 Mods 2020 comm. 2020 % by comm. '20 Pt diff. Users ...


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