I'm thinking about proposing a pharmacology site for Stack Exchange. However, pharmacology is a tag on Biology.SE, among other related tags, and psychopharmacology & pharmacopsychiatry are tags on Psychology & Neuroscience.SE.
Given this, it might not be necessary to have a separate pharmacology site on Stack Exchange. I think a way of evaluating this would be to somehow gather statistics on how often questions tagged with the aforementioned tags are answered on both Biology.SE and Psychology & Neuroscience.SE. If the statistics show that they are rarely answered, then that would show that there's practically not a Stack Exchange site to reliably have one's pharmacology questions answered.
The only statistics I have seen is the amount of times the tag has been used. But that only shows demand. It doesn't show how well or often these questions are answered. So, my question is this:
How could one gather the statistics on how often questions with certain tags are answered, and how often these questions are accepted, how often these questions are closed for being off-topic, etc.? Is this something one can ask moderators for? Is there a place where I can request such a "project" to be started? Or is this something one has to do oneself? I'm not good with coding, so I'm not sure how I'd go about having a program somehow scan the registry of questions on Biology.SE and Psychology & Neuroscience.SE and categorize all of the questions in the "answered/not answered", "accepted answer/not accepted answer", "closed/open" categories. Is this kind of gathering of statistics something Stack Exchange staff do?