## Three different stories

There's one thing to share about the most important number: the likelihood of getting an answer at all.

The likelihood depends on posting time, but in an interesting fashion. SEStack Exchange websites exhibit different patterns. Just three graphs to illustrate (Axis X denotes time, 1.0 = Sun, 12am12 am GMT).

### StackOverflowStack Overflow

An expected pattern with smooth changes over the time: a 25% increase in the likelihood of getting an answer if posted in time.

### Mathematics

Small jumps over a stable average probability of getting an answer. The probability is slightly higher on the weekends.

A twofold change in the probability in just 3 hours (between 5.0 and 5.5). These jumps seem to be data artifacts, but there's a noticeable trend of the probability increasing from 12am12 am to 12 pm each day.

## Three different stories

There's one thing to share about the most important number: the likelihood of getting an answer at all.

The likelihood depends on posting time, but in an interesting fashion. SE websites exhibit different patterns. Just three graphs to illustrate (Axis X denotes time, 1.0 = Sun, 12am GMT).

### StackOverflow

An expected pattern with smooth changes over the time: a 25% increase in the likelihood of getting an answer if posted in time.

### Mathematics

Small jumps over a stable average probability of getting an answer. The probability is slightly higher on the weekends.

A twofold change in the probability in just 3 hours (between 5.0 and 5.5). These jumps seem to be data artifacts, but there's a noticeable trend of the probability increasing from 12am to 12 pm each day.

## Three different stories

There's one thing to share about the most important number: the likelihood of getting an answer at all.

The likelihood depends on posting time, but in an interesting fashion. Stack Exchange websites exhibit different patterns. Just three graphs to illustrate (Axis X denotes time, 1.0 = Sun, 12 am GMT).

### Stack Overflow

An expected pattern with smooth changes over the time: a 25% increase in the likelihood of getting an answer if posted in time.

### Mathematics

Small jumps over a stable average probability of getting an answer. The probability is slightly higher on the weekends.

A twofold change in the probability in just 3 hours (between 5.0 and 5.5). These jumps seem to be data artifacts, but there's a noticeable trend of the probability increasing from 12 am to 12 pm each day.

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## Three different stories

There's one thing to share about the most important number: the likelihood of getting an answer at all.

The likelihood depends on posting time, but in an interesting fashion. SE websites exhibit different patterns. Just three graphs to illustrate (Axis X denotes time, 1.0 = Sun, 12am GMTAxis X denotes time, 1.0 = Sun, 12am GMT).

### StackOverflow

An expected pattern with smooth changes over the time: a 25% increase in the likelihood of getting an answer if posted in time.

### Mathematics

Small jumps over a stable average probability of getting an answer. The probability is slightly higher on the weekends.

A twofold change in the probability in just 3 hours (between 5.0 and 5.5). These jumps seem to be data artifacts, but there's a noticeable trend of the probability increasing from 12am to 12 pm each day.

## Three different stories

There's one thing to share about the most important number: the likelihood of getting an answer at all.

The likelihood depends on posting time, but in an interesting fashion. SE websites exhibit different patterns. Just three graphs to illustrate (Axis X denotes time, 1.0 = Sun, 12am GMT).

### StackOverflow

An expected pattern with smooth changes over the time: a 25% increase in the likelihood of getting an answer if posted in time.

### Mathematics

Small jumps over a stable average probability of getting an answer. The probability is slightly higher on the weekends.

A twofold change in the probability in just 3 hours (between 5.0 and 5.5). These jumps seem to be data artifacts, but there's a noticeable trend of the probability increasing from 12am to 12 pm each day.

## Three different stories

There's one thing to share about the most important number: the likelihood of getting an answer at all.

The likelihood depends on posting time, but in an interesting fashion. SE websites exhibit different patterns. Just three graphs to illustrate (Axis X denotes time, 1.0 = Sun, 12am GMT).

### StackOverflow

An expected pattern with smooth changes over the time: a 25% increase in the likelihood of getting an answer if posted in time.

### Mathematics

Small jumps over a stable average probability of getting an answer. The probability is slightly higher on the weekends.

A twofold change in the probability in just 3 hours (between 5.0 and 5.5). These jumps seem to be data artifacts, but there's a noticeable trend of the probability increasing from 12am to 12 pm each day.

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## Three different stories

There's one thing to share about the most important number: the likelihood of getting an answer at all.

The likelihood depends on posting time, but in an interesting fashion. SE websites exhibit different patterns. Just three graphs to illustrate (Axis X denotes time, 1.0 = Sun, 12am GMT).

### StackOverflow

An expected pattern with smooth changes over the time: a 25% increase in the likelihood of getting an answer if posted in time.

### Mathematics

Small jumps over a stable average probability of getting an answer. The probability is slightly higher on the weekends.