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Is there any way to see some sort of graph or data comparing the area51 proposals to each other? Since most of them have different age, straight-forward comparison favors the older ones, so it's not clear enough.

For example, I would be interested in seeing the daily growth of proposal X compared with proposal Y, as if they were created on the same day. Is there some way to access that data?

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To clarify, this is a request for information on the proposal and not the beta site? As in, you want to be able to see growth in number of followers / committers? – David Fullerton Aug 2 '10 at 14:56
@David no, this is the request for information on the beta sites themselves. For instance, comparing the number of new questions per day, or new users per day, etc. – Oak Aug 2 '10 at 15:39
up vote 2 down vote accepted

Feel free to award the bounty to me for my app (which is the same as the one Justin posted) :)

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It's awesome! Still some bugs, though - some sites seem to list the whole 30 days even though they have been up for less time, and I can't switch from users to questions. – Oak Aug 7 '10 at 19:23
@Oak, thanks for pointing that out. It actually only supports Questions - no User stats at atll at the moment. I've fixed that. Which site has a full 30 days? Personal Finance? There's a note about that in there. – Mark Henderson Aug 7 '10 at 22:11
does this still work? Would be very useful, but it just sits at 'Loading' indefinitely. – Rory Alsop Apr 19 '11 at 13:06

Well, I don't deserve the bounty. But see this app:

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