Who are you? Visitors to the IntMath site…
[18 May 2007]
Some information about users of the related site, Interactive Mathematics (based on the most recent 100,000 visitors):
Most visitors come from the USA:
United States 72.7% Australia 7.9% Singapore 5.5% Canada 3.2% Great Britain 3.2% European Union 2.0% Indonesia 1.5% India 1.5% Hong Kong 1.1% South Africa 0.8% China 0.6%
In order, the terms used by people visiting the site were (the link takes you to the Google search result for each term):
When do People Visit the Site?
Day of the Week
It seems that Wednesday is math day – and Sunday is not:
Time of Day
My server is in Singapore, so these are Singapore times (0 is midnight, 12 is noon). For US times, subtract 12 hours (for New York) or 15 hours (for LA). For the east coast of Australia, add 2 hours.
The low points (15 to 16), represent 3 AM to 4 AM in the US east coast.
Windoze or Mac?
Windows 92.3% Macintosh 4.1% Linux 0.9%
Microsoft IE 71.6% Firefox 21.8% Safari 2.6% Mozilla 0.7% Opera 0.6% Netscape 0.3%
So much for the claim that IE7 is taking over the world. Since IE7 was released, Firefox penetration has increased on my sites.
Anyone remember when Netscape was the winner in the browser wars?
Who Are You?
A recent poll on the site indicated that for the 1000 who responded,
Actually, this is probably the ratio of mathematics students to mathematics instructors worldwide (about 25 to 1).
The current poll says, in answer to the question “Why are you here?”:
Most Popular Pages
After the home page, the most popular pages were:
So there you go. That’s who you are, where you come from, when you come, why you come and where you go on Interactive Mathematics.
Welcome to Interactive Mathematics and squareCirclez!