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A partial answer to your question can be found in the accepted answer to "how can we have a 31-day old site with >14k views, but only 138 visits/day?", which states:

The "visits/day" number is the median number of daily visits for the past two weeks. Traffic from HN causes a spike for a day or two, but does not affect the median that much

So try to only take into consideration the last 2 weeks, and see to what extends you can get your math correct.

Some more details about those stats, specific to the DevOps.SEDevOps.SE site (similar observations should apply for all Area 51 beta stats):

  • Avid users:

    Right now there are 44 users at DevOps.SE with at least 200 rep (while there are 2 users with at least 2K rep). So it looks that the 44 avid users pretty much corresponds to the nr of users with at least 200 rep.

  • Total users:

    1,223 "total users" (as in your image) seems not correct, since the most recent new user has an id = 2232. Though about a week ago DevOps.SE welcomed the user with uid=1000user with uid=1000). Not sure where that id = 2232 is generated from, but looking at the user pages this is what it currently says: Current total = 34(pages) * 36( on each page) + 4 (on last page) = 1,228 (= total number of users). So the 1,223 is probably from last night or so.

    About "(On pace for X users at 90 days)": my (educated) guess is that this is to be understood like (eg for X = 2K) "if this site continues to evolve at the current speed / rate, then around eind of 5/2017 (= 90 days after Feb 28, 2017 when the site was launched), there will be 3 users with +2K rep (note: right now there are 2 ...), and no users yet with +3K rep)"

  • Visits/day:

    In Chat.devOps.SE, around March 25, there is a similar question about how to calcuclate those daily visits. Turned out to be (also) like "only consider the last 2 weeks".

Disclosure: I'm an early DevOps.SEDevOps.SE participant

A partial answer to your question can be found in the accepted answer to "how can we have a 31-day old site with >14k views, but only 138 visits/day?", which states:

The "visits/day" number is the median number of daily visits for the past two weeks. Traffic from HN causes a spike for a day or two, but does not affect the median that much

So try to only take into consideration the last 2 weeks, and see to what extends you can get your math correct.

Some more details about those stats, specific to the DevOps.SE site (similar observations should apply for all Area 51 beta stats):

  • Avid users:

    Right now there are 44 users at DevOps.SE with at least 200 rep (while there are 2 users with at least 2K rep). So it looks that the 44 avid users pretty much corresponds to the nr of users with at least 200 rep.

  • Total users:

    1,223 "total users" (as in your image) seems not correct, since the most recent new user has an id = 2232. Though about a week ago DevOps.SE welcomed the user with uid=1000). Not sure where that id = 2232 is generated from, but looking at the user pages this is what it currently says: Current total = 34(pages) * 36( on each page) + 4 (on last page) = 1,228 (= total number of users). So the 1,223 is probably from last night or so.

    About "(On pace for X users at 90 days)": my (educated) guess is that this is to be understood like (eg for X = 2K) "if this site continues to evolve at the current speed / rate, then around eind of 5/2017 (= 90 days after Feb 28, 2017 when the site was launched), there will be 3 users with +2K rep (note: right now there are 2 ...), and no users yet with +3K rep)"

  • Visits/day:

    In Chat.devOps.SE, around March 25, there is a similar question about how to calcuclate those daily visits. Turned out to be (also) like "only consider the last 2 weeks".

Disclosure: I'm an early DevOps.SE participant

A partial answer to your question can be found in the accepted answer to "how can we have a 31-day old site with >14k views, but only 138 visits/day?", which states:

The "visits/day" number is the median number of daily visits for the past two weeks. Traffic from HN causes a spike for a day or two, but does not affect the median that much

So try to only take into consideration the last 2 weeks, and see to what extends you can get your math correct.

Some more details about those stats, specific to the DevOps.SE site (similar observations should apply for all Area 51 beta stats):

  • Avid users:

    Right now there are 44 users at DevOps.SE with at least 200 rep (while there are 2 users with at least 2K rep). So it looks that the 44 avid users pretty much corresponds to the nr of users with at least 200 rep.

  • Total users:

    1,223 "total users" (as in your image) seems not correct, since the most recent new user has an id = 2232. Though about a week ago DevOps.SE welcomed the user with uid=1000). Not sure where that id = 2232 is generated from, but looking at the user pages this is what it currently says: Current total = 34(pages) * 36( on each page) + 4 (on last page) = 1,228 (= total number of users). So the 1,223 is probably from last night or so.

    About "(On pace for X users at 90 days)": my (educated) guess is that this is to be understood like (eg for X = 2K) "if this site continues to evolve at the current speed / rate, then around eind of 5/2017 (= 90 days after Feb 28, 2017 when the site was launched), there will be 3 users with +2K rep (note: right now there are 2 ...), and no users yet with +3K rep)"

  • Visits/day:

    In Chat.devOps.SE, around March 25, there is a similar question about how to calcuclate those daily visits. Turned out to be (also) like "only consider the last 2 weeks".

Disclosure: I'm an early DevOps.SE participant

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A partial answer to your question can be found in the accepted answer to "how can we have a 31-day old site with >14k views, but only 138 visits/day?", which states:

The "visits/day" number is the median number of daily visits for the past two weeks. Traffic from HN causes a spike for a day or two, but does not affect the median that much

So try to only take into consideration the last 2 weeks, and see to what extends you can get your math correct.

Some more details about those stats, specific to the DevOps.SE site (similar observations should apply for all Area 51 beta stats):

  • Avid users:

    Right now there are 44 users at DevOps.SE with at least 200 rep (while there are 2 users with at least 2K rep). So it looks that the 44 avid users pretty much corresponds to the nr of users with at least 200 rep.

  • Total users:

    1,223 "total users" (as in your image) is for sureseems not correct, since the most recent new user has an id = 2232. May educated guess (not more then that), is that 1,223 is the number of users derived from the weekly stats (sinceThough about a week ago DevOps.SE welcomed the user with uid=1000). Not sure where that id = 2232 is generated from, but looking at the user pages this is what it currently says: Current total = 34(pages) * 36( on each page) + 4 (on last page) = 1,228 (= total number of users). So the 1,223 is probably from last night or so.

    About "(On pace for X users at 90 days)": my (educated) guess is that this is to be understood like (eg for X = 2K) "if this site continues to evolve at the current speed / rate, then around eind of 5/2017 (= 90 days after Feb 28, 2017 when the site was launched), there will be 3 users with +2K rep (note: right now there are 2 ...), and no users yet with +3K rep)"

  • Visits/day:

    In Chat.devOps.SE, around March 25, there is a similar question about how to calcuclate those daily visits. Turned out to be (also) like "only consider the last 2 weeks".

Disclosure: I'm an early DevOps.SE participant

A partial answer to your question can be found in the accepted answer to "how can we have a 31-day old site with >14k views, but only 138 visits/day?", which states:

The "visits/day" number is the median number of daily visits for the past two weeks. Traffic from HN causes a spike for a day or two, but does not affect the median that much

So try to only take into consideration the last 2 weeks, and see to what extends you can get your math correct.

Some more details about those stats, specific to the DevOps.SE site (similar observations should apply for all Area 51 beta stats):

  • Avid users:

    Right now there are 44 users at DevOps.SE with at least 200 rep (while there are 2 users with at least 2K rep). So it looks that the 44 avid users pretty much corresponds to the nr of users with at least 200 rep.

  • Total users:

    1,223 "total users" (as in your image) is for sure not correct, since the most recent new user has an id = 2232. May educated guess (not more then that), is that 1,223 is the number of users derived from the weekly stats (since about a week ago DevOps.SE welcomed the user with uid=1000).

    About "(On pace for X users at 90 days)": my (educated) guess is that this is to be understood like (eg for X = 2K) "if this site continues to evolve at the current speed / rate, then around eind of 5/2017 (= 90 days after Feb 28, 2017 when the site was launched), there will be 3 users with +2K rep (note: right now there are 2 ...), and no users yet with +3K rep)"

  • Visits/day:

    In Chat.devOps.SE, around March 25, there is a similar question about how to calcuclate those daily visits. Turned out to be (also) like "only consider the last 2 weeks".

Disclosure: I'm an early DevOps.SE participant

A partial answer to your question can be found in the accepted answer to "how can we have a 31-day old site with >14k views, but only 138 visits/day?", which states:

The "visits/day" number is the median number of daily visits for the past two weeks. Traffic from HN causes a spike for a day or two, but does not affect the median that much

So try to only take into consideration the last 2 weeks, and see to what extends you can get your math correct.

Some more details about those stats, specific to the DevOps.SE site (similar observations should apply for all Area 51 beta stats):

  • Avid users:

    Right now there are 44 users at DevOps.SE with at least 200 rep (while there are 2 users with at least 2K rep). So it looks that the 44 avid users pretty much corresponds to the nr of users with at least 200 rep.

  • Total users:

    1,223 "total users" (as in your image) seems not correct, since the most recent new user has an id = 2232. Though about a week ago DevOps.SE welcomed the user with uid=1000). Not sure where that id = 2232 is generated from, but looking at the user pages this is what it currently says: Current total = 34(pages) * 36( on each page) + 4 (on last page) = 1,228 (= total number of users). So the 1,223 is probably from last night or so.

    About "(On pace for X users at 90 days)": my (educated) guess is that this is to be understood like (eg for X = 2K) "if this site continues to evolve at the current speed / rate, then around eind of 5/2017 (= 90 days after Feb 28, 2017 when the site was launched), there will be 3 users with +2K rep (note: right now there are 2 ...), and no users yet with +3K rep)"

  • Visits/day:

    In Chat.devOps.SE, around March 25, there is a similar question about how to calcuclate those daily visits. Turned out to be (also) like "only consider the last 2 weeks".

Disclosure: I'm an early DevOps.SE participant

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A partial answer to your question can be found in the accepted answer to "how can we have a 31-day old site with >14k views, but only 138 visits/day?", which states:

The "visits/day" number is the median number of daily visits for the past two weeks. Traffic from HN causes a spike for a day or two, but does not affect the median that much

So try to only take into consideration the last 2 weeks, and see to what extends you can get your math correct.

Some more details about those stats, specific to the DevOps.SE site (similar observations should apply for all Area 51 beta stats):

  • Avid users:

    Right now there are 44 users at DevOps.SE with at least 200 rep (while there are 2 users with at least 2K rep). So it looks that the 44 avid users pretty much corresponds to the nr of users with at least 200 rep.

  • Total users:

    1,223 "total users" (as in your image) is for sure not correct, since the most recent new user has an id = 2232. May educated guess (not more then that), is that 1,223 is the number of users derived from the weekly stats (since about a week ago DevOps.SE welcomed the user with uid=1000).

    About "(On pace for X users at 90 days)": my (educated) guess is that this is to be understood like (eg for X = 2K) "if this site continues to evolve at the current speed / rate, then around eind of 5/2017 (= 90 days after Feb 28, 2017 when the site was launched), there will be 3 users with +2K rep (note: right now there are 2 ...), and no users yet with +3K rep)"

  • Visits/day:

    In Chat.devOps.SE, around March 25, there is a similar question about how to calcuclate those daily visits. Turned out to be (also) like "only consider the last 2 weeks".

Disclosure: I'm an early DevOps.SE participant

A partial answer to your question can be found in the accepted answer to "how can we have a 31-day old site with >14k views, but only 138 visits/day?", which states:

The "visits/day" number is the median number of daily visits for the past two weeks. Traffic from HN causes a spike for a day or two, but does not affect the median that much

So try to only take into consideration the last 2 weeks, and see to what extends you can get your math correct.

Some more details about those stats, specific to the DevOps.SE site (similar observations should apply for all Area 51 beta stats):

  • Avid users:

    Right now there are 44 users at DevOps.SE with at least 200 rep (while there are 2 users with at least 2K rep). So it looks that the 44 avid users pretty much corresponds to the nr of users with at least 200 rep.

  • Total users:

    1,223 "total users" (as in your image) is for sure not correct, since the most recent new user has an id = 2232. May educated guess (not more then that), is that 1,223 is the number of users derived from the weekly stats (since about a week ago DevOps.SE welcomed the user with uid=1000).

  • Visits/day:

    In Chat.devOps.SE, around March 25, there is a similar question about how to calcuclate those daily visits. Turned out to be (also) like "only consider the last 2 weeks".

Disclosure: I'm an early DevOps.SE participant

A partial answer to your question can be found in the accepted answer to "how can we have a 31-day old site with >14k views, but only 138 visits/day?", which states:

The "visits/day" number is the median number of daily visits for the past two weeks. Traffic from HN causes a spike for a day or two, but does not affect the median that much

So try to only take into consideration the last 2 weeks, and see to what extends you can get your math correct.

Some more details about those stats, specific to the DevOps.SE site (similar observations should apply for all Area 51 beta stats):

  • Avid users:

    Right now there are 44 users at DevOps.SE with at least 200 rep (while there are 2 users with at least 2K rep). So it looks that the 44 avid users pretty much corresponds to the nr of users with at least 200 rep.

  • Total users:

    1,223 "total users" (as in your image) is for sure not correct, since the most recent new user has an id = 2232. May educated guess (not more then that), is that 1,223 is the number of users derived from the weekly stats (since about a week ago DevOps.SE welcomed the user with uid=1000).

    About "(On pace for X users at 90 days)": my (educated) guess is that this is to be understood like (eg for X = 2K) "if this site continues to evolve at the current speed / rate, then around eind of 5/2017 (= 90 days after Feb 28, 2017 when the site was launched), there will be 3 users with +2K rep (note: right now there are 2 ...), and no users yet with +3K rep)"

  • Visits/day:

    In Chat.devOps.SE, around March 25, there is a similar question about how to calcuclate those daily visits. Turned out to be (also) like "only consider the last 2 weeks".

Disclosure: I'm an early DevOps.SE participant

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