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Over on Japanese Language and Usage we're wondering if our number of visitors per day has increased much since we came out of Private Beta. Is there a way to see a visualization of this?

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Out of curiousity, what would you do with this data? Has your site elected pro-tem mods yet? –  jcolebrand Jun 14 '11 at 3:30
    
@jcolebrand: We were just trying to determine how we were doing for number of visitors per day over at Japanese Language & Usage compared to other sites at our current age. We've started nominations for mods but that's as far as it's reached so far. –  hippietrail Jun 14 '11 at 4:25
    
give it another week. If you're really in a hurry to get access to those stats, ping @RebeccaChernoff or @RobertCartaino for assistance with the pro-tem or either they or @Dori or @Shog9 for access to the stats (they being the community coordinators). –  jcolebrand Jun 14 '11 at 4:26

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♦ moderators and Stack Exchange Inc. employees have access to this information, but it is generally kept private. Get in touch with a moderator or email community@stackexchange.com to see if they will give you some information, perhaps a generalization...

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The Area 51 statistics update a few times a day. It's less accurate and doesn't give you the traffic source details, but you could monitor and plot those numbers and graph them over time.

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So we could make a StackApp but there isn't a way that SE already supplies complete? –  hippietrail Jun 14 '11 at 4:08
    
@hippietrail It sounds like they have complete and detailed information, but if it's often kept private, then you'd have to regularly petition for them to release it. At least that's how I read studiohack's answer. –  Troyen Jun 14 '11 at 4:10

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