Stats of perennial posts

How perennial is this blog? I took the top 20 directly accessed posts in each year, for 2017, 2018 and 2019 up to Feb 10.

Conclusion:from the 665 posts from this blog (666 with this one)

  • in each year only 20% of the top 20 posts are from the same year. So this blog is not read as a news source, it ages well.
  •  73% of all posts available ever were accessed directly in 2017, 62% in 2018 and already 20% in the first month and 1/2 of 2019. Because 2019 just started, it follows that at least 60% of all posts since 2011 are read every year.

Also, 2015 and 2016 are not well represented in top 20, probably because of the chemlambda collection. Sad, because there are many other things here than chemlambda, for example posts about OA and OS.

Here is the data. Mind that the data probably represents only post read by people who don’t use blockers, as seen via the stats page of the blog. Helas, I would like to know what is the real situation, while in the same time I advice everybody to use blockers, as I do. As an author, I do need a bit a love though, indulge me.

 

2019 (up to Feb 10):

  • 134 posts accessed,   i.e. 20%  of all posts  up to 2019
  • 20% from same year, 30% of posts from same year in the top 20
  • 2011 (1), 2012 (4), 2013 (5), 2014 (2), 2015 (0), 2016 (1), 2017 (0), 2018 (3), 2019 (4)
  1. (2013) Graphic lambda calculus
  2. (2012) Conversion of lambda calculus terms into graphs
  3. (2011) The Cartesian Theater: philosophy of mind versus aerography
  4. (2012) Introduction to graphic lambda calculus
  5. (2019) Graphic lambda calculus and chemlambda (I)
  6. (2012) Right angles everywhere (I)
  7. (2014) Chemlambda
  8. (2019) Universality of interaction combinators and chemical reactions
  9. (2018) Diagrammatic execution models (Lambda World Cadiz 2018) compared with chemlambda
  10. (2012) Right angles everywhere (II), about the gnomon
  11. (2019) Graphic lambda calculus and chemlambda (II)
  12. (2014) The price of publishing with arXiv
  13. (2016) SciHub and patent wars
  14. (2013) Teaser: B-type neural networks in graphic lambda calculus (I)
  15. (2013) The Y combinator in graphic lambda calculus and in the chemical concrete machine
  16. (2019) Kaleidoscope
  17. (2013) A machine for computing the Ackermann function in graphic lambda calculus
  18. (2013) Dictionary from emergent algebra to graphic lambda calculus (II)
  19. (2018) I deleted Facebook, Twitter and entered the Invisible College
  20. (2018) Projects for 2019 and a challenge

2018:

  • 407 posts accessed, i.e. 62% of all posts up to 2018
  • 20% from same year, 15% of posts from same year in the top 20
  • 2011 (3), 2012 (3), 2013 (5), 2014 (3), 2015 (0), 2016 (1), 2017 (1), 2018 (4)
  1. (2013) Graphic lambda calculus
  2. (2012) Conversion of lambda calculus terms into graphs
  3. (2011) The Cartesian Theater: philosophy of mind versus aerography
  4. (2014) Chemlambda
  5. (2018) Diagrammatic execution models (Lambda World Cadiz 2018) compared with chemlambda
  6. (2011) Gromov’s Ergobrain
  7. (2013) Cartesian method, scientific method and counting problems
  8. (2013) A machine for computing the Ackermann function in graphic lambda calculus
  9. (2012) Right angles everywhere (II), about the gnomon
  10. (2012) Introduction to graphic lambda calculus
  11. (2014) The price of publishing with arXiv
  12. (2013) Teaser: B-type neural networks in graphic lambda calculus (I)
  13. (2014) Distributed GLC
  14. (2018) John Baez’ Applied Category Theory 2019 post uses my animation without attribution [updated]
  15. (2018) What about arXiv/figshare/zenodo and the EU copyright reform?
  16. (2011) How not to get bored, by reading Gromov and Tao
  17. (2017) Chemical Sneakernet
  18. (2018) I deleted Facebook, Twitter and entered the Invisible College
  19. (2016) Open peer review is something others should do, Open science is something you could do
  20. (2013) Example: decorations of S,K,I combinators in simply typed graphic lambda calculus

2017:

  • 454 posts accessed, i.e.  73% of all posts up to 2017
  • 20% from same year, 23% of posts from same year in the top 20
  • 2011 (3), 2012 (3), 2013 (5), 2014 (5), 2015 (0), 2016 (0), 2017 (4)
  1. (2013) Graphic lambda calculus
  2. (2017) The price of publishing with GitHub, Figshare, G+, etc
  3. (2011) The Cartesian Theater: philosophy of mind versus aerography
  4. (2012) Conversion of lambda calculus terms into graphs
  5. (2014) Chemlambda
  6. (2014) Distributed GLC
  7. (2013) Cartesian method, scientific method and counting problems
  8. (2017) Chemlambda for the people (with context)
  9. (2014) The price of publishing with arXiv
  10. (2012) Introduction to graphic lambda calculus
  11. (2012) Right angles everywhere (II), about the gnomon
  12. (2011) Gromov’s Ergobrain
  13. (2014) How to use chemlambda for understanding DNA manipulations
  14. (2013) A machine for computing the Ackermann function in graphic lambda calculus
  15. (2013) Unlimited detail is a sorting algorithm
  16. (2011) How not to get bored, by reading Gromov and Tao
  17. (2013) Hewitt Actor Model, lambda calculus and graphic lambda calculus
  18. (2014) Zipper logic
  19. (2017) More experiments with Open Science
  20. (2017) Back to the drawing board: all strings

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