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Message 1696382 - Posted: 28 Jun 2015, 8:45:50 UTC

I'm looking for long term Seti stats on users, active users and RAC. All the common stats pages only seem to give you a few weeks or so or maybe I'm just too dumb to find it.
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Message 1696399 - Posted: 28 Jun 2015, 10:03:35 UTC

Boincstats gives you 40 days, but I expect you know that.
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Message 1696412 - Posted: 28 Jun 2015, 12:06:27 UTC

Yeah, I know, thx anyway. I'm looking for 5 or 10 year statistics, would be interresting to see how the number of active users changed over time and how the RAC developed. I got curious when I saw that only 7% (IIRC) of all registered users are active.
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Message 1696436 - Posted: 28 Jun 2015, 13:34:07 UTC

RAC's will of course have gone up over time with more and more people using more powerful GPU's, as agaianst the early days of Seti Classic, and spare CPU cycles only. Numbers of active users have dropped due to natural wastage, set and forget machines bombing out, and it has to be said some apathy, because nothing has been found (as far as we know) in 16 years.

You own Boinctats go back to 2005 under the charts tab.
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