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02-01-2015, 08:40 PM
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RE: 2000 Registered Members!
(02-01-2015 06:33 PM)rprosperi Wrote:  
(02-01-2015 03:02 PM)Han Wrote:  This is just a hunch, but I reckon it wouldn't be too difficult to crawl through the link

http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/user-1.html

incrementing the number 8 and collecting the data from each user's info page.

8? (edit - ahhh, that's you)

Sure, one could do this 2-thousand times I suppose, and collect all the stats for each, but surely no one did that?

And thanks for confirming it's not me failing with Katie's technique. God-like powers can be dangerous if not aware of having them. Wink I learned this as sysop on a RSTS/E system at my college in the 70s. Ugly...


I need to apologize for that, sorry. It's impossible to tell what's available to moderators only on this forum, and this function seems like it should be available to all members as it's not revealing anything you can't find out otherwise. I suppose I need to create a "mortal" ID so that I can test these things out before posting them.

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02-02-2015, 11:39 AM
Post: #22
RE: 2000 Registered Members!
(01-31-2015 04:45 AM)Den Belillo (Martinez Ca.) Wrote:  Welcome, and may you have better luck than I have in convincing your significant-other that this not "like facebook" and it's not just socializing. -db

Funny to let your imagination wander on how this forum would look like if it was shaped like F***book. Would we give status reports à la "Just turned my HP-XY on... was great to see the red LEDs glimmer/the liquid-crystal display in its sharpest contrast." or "Keyed a program to calculate the n-th numeric derivative of function XYZ. Achieved to implement a routine which handles complex numbers too - made my day!"? How would the chronic look like? "My first calculator was a HP-XY, was a member of PPC-RandomCity, am now struggling with my new HP-Prime after X years of abstinence."
Although this forum does also its job by helping socialize people, fortunately it is devoid of the ability to communicate every-day banalities for which F***book has become infamous. If you have difficulties to explain your significant other were the distinctive feature of this forum is in comparison to that infamous one, tell him/her that the data collected here is for the sake to make the world a better place, or just a place of better calculators - which is significant enough.

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02-02-2015, 11:47 AM
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Like!

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02-02-2015, 11:48 AM
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[Image: thumbs-up-icon-blue-reallytiny_border.png]

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02-02-2015, 01:44 PM
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(02-02-2015 11:48 AM)Didier Lachieze Wrote:  [Image: thumbs-up-icon-blue-reallytiny_border.png]

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02-02-2015, 05:07 PM
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(02-02-2015 11:39 AM)Frido Bohn Wrote:  Funny to let your imagination wander on how this forum would look like if it was shaped like F***book.

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BTW, its OK to say "Facebook". There's no need for the self-censorship.

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02-02-2015, 05:12 PM
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(02-02-2015 05:07 PM)Mark Hardman Wrote:  
(02-02-2015 11:39 AM)Frido Bohn Wrote:  Funny to let your imagination wander on how this forum would look like if it was shaped like F***book.

BTW, its OK to say "Facebook". There's no need for the self-censorship.

Maybe he wanted to say something different? Wink

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02-02-2015, 05:18 PM
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(02-02-2015 05:12 PM)walter b Wrote:  Maybe he wanted to say something different? Wink

d:-)

Point taken. Whois shows the domain as registered.

I didn't go there myself. Who knows what viruses--biological and electronic--one might contract.

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02-03-2015, 03:19 AM
Post: #29
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(02-01-2015 02:36 PM)rprosperi Wrote:  How did you collect such interesting stats?

Quote:do you have some unique access?

No, but I would appreciate it if this data would be made directly accessible. Maybe there is already a MyBB-plugin for it.

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02-09-2015, 04:45 PM (This post was last modified: 02-09-2015 04:47 PM by Xorand.)
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Well, I'm one of those new 2015 members. Joined the day I purchased my new HP Prime. So far, I've just been absorbing content and learning. I hope to soon provide some programming content for the forum.

As a point of reference, I'm in my mid-50's and was in high school back when calculators were just becoming mainstream. I've typically been a TI man (back in the day) but always longed for an HP. During college, I toyed with the Sharps and other LCD programmable calculators (pocket computers).

Only HPs I've owned were a 32S-II (bought on clearance, sold on Ebay for about 4x that amount later on) and now my Prime (which I love).
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02-09-2015, 04:56 PM
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(01-31-2015 02:22 PM)Thomas Klemm Wrote:  Invalid Members and Lurkers

There are 192 invalid members:
Quote:The member you specified is either invalid or doesn't exist.

Among the 2003 valid members there are 1141 that have never made a post and of these we have 508 that never bothered to log in again after they joined. We could consider them as sleepers or bots but then there is Christoph Klug.


Last Visit

When was the last visit?
\[
\begin{matrix}
Date & Members \\
2013 & 19 \\
2014 & 1312 \\
2015 & 673 \\
Yesterday & 138 \\
Today & 110 \\
\end{matrix}
\]

Thus only 673 of the 2003 registered members logged in this year.

Date of Registration

Active members had their last visit in 2015.
\[
\begin{matrix}
Month & Active & Total & Percentage \\
2013-12 & 189 & 305 & 61.97 \\
2014-01 & 45 & 171 & 26.32 \\
2014-02 & 29 & 124 & 23.39 \\
2014-03 & 22 & 120 & 18.33 \\
2014-04 & 41 & 154 & 26.62 \\
2014-05 & 38 & 148 & 25.68 \\
2014-06 & 26 & 99 & 26.26 \\
2014-07 & 11 & 87 & 12.64 \\
2014-08 & 19 & 117 & 16.24 \\
2014-09 & 22 & 143 & 15.38 \\
2014-10 & 24 & 129 & 18.60 \\
2014-11 & 30 & 132 & 22.73 \\
2014-12 & 55 & 152 & 36.18 \\
2015-01 & 122 & 122 & 100.00 \\
\end{matrix}
\]

Most of the members that registered within the first month of the new forum are still active. But the newer members seem to lose interest after a while.

Distribution of Posts per Member
\[
\begin{matrix}
Posts & Members \\
0 & 1141 \\
1 & 170 \\
2 & 133 \\
3 & 77 \\
4 & 52 \\
5 & 37 \\
6 & 30 \\
7 & 16 \\
8 & 20 \\
9 & 22 \\
10 - 19 & 97 \\
20 - 29 & 49 \\
30 - 39 & 29 \\
40 - 49 & 27 \\
50 - 59 & 8 \\
60 - 69 & 9 \\
70 - 79 & 11 \\
80 - 89 & 11 \\
90 - 99 & 7 \\
100 - 199 & 31 \\
200 - 299 & 11 \\
300 - 399 & 6 \\
400 - 499 & 5 \\
500 - 599 & 3 \\
600 - 699 & 0 \\
700 - 799 & 1 \\
800 - 899 & 0 \\
900 - 999 & 0 \\
1000 - 1999 & 1 \\
\end{matrix}
\]

Shame so many keep their wisdom to themselves.

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02-09-2015, 04:56 PM
Post: #32
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(02-09-2015 04:45 PM)Xorand Wrote:  Well, I'm one of those new 2015 members. Joined the day I purchased my new HP Prime. So far, I've just been absorbing content and learning. I hope to soon provide some programming content for the forum.

As a point of reference, I'm in my mid-50's and was in high school back when calculators were just becoming mainstream. I've typically been a TI man (back in the day) but always longed for an HP. During college, I toyed with the Sharps and other LCD programmable calculators (pocket computers).

Only HPs I've owned were a 32S-II (bought on clearance, sold on Ebay for about 4x that amount later on) and now my Prime (which I love).

Welcome to the MoHPC Forum! Join the fun and we look forward to your posts. There is a lot of Prime activity here, and I dare say you can learn more about using Prime here, than anywhere else. For advanced use, you can probably learn more here than from the manual, though read it too of course. Some of the Prime's developers participate here on a regular basis.

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