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I think it would be cool if we could see the growth of the number of question/amount of activity of various tags as a graph on the stats page.

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We're one year later, does anybody know if this is already possible? – Rabarberski Jun 14 '11 at 7:09
there is this tag trends by week utility from Greg Hewgill – Geronimo Jan 20 '12 at 18:39
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I also would like to see a graph for the growth of questions of various tags. E.g. right now we there is only a number of "questions tagged [tag]" on the tag page for each tag. It would be nice to have a graph that visualize the number, e.g. a graph for the last six months (one point per month), updated once a week. It would look something like this:

Scala tag trend

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Agreed. Also I'd like to see some sort of an asymptote (?) for the number of questions on the site total. I.e. compare tag [widget] to the number of questions over time for the entire site. – jcollum Jun 26 '11 at 22:12

And also be able to choose to follow several tags only, say I want to compare the PHP tag versus the Phyton tag. We can actually build an external tool for it.

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