The CSP Blog has reached 100,000 page views! Also, a while back it passed the “20,000 visitors” milestone. All of this for 53 posts and 10 pages. More to come!
I started the CSP Blog in late 2015, so it has taken a bit over three years to get to 100,000 views. I don’t know if that should be considered fast or slow. But I like it anyway.
I want to thank each and every one of the visitors to the CSP Blog. It has reached so many more people that I though it ever would when I started it.
Thank you for all your clicks, comments, emails, and downloads! If you’d like, leave a comment to this post if you have an idea for a post you’d like to see.
Below the fold, some graphics that show the vital statistics of the CSP Blog as of the 100,000 page-view milestone.
WordPress tells me there have been visitors from 119 countries, including one visit from Chad. The figures above show only the top visitors in terms of country of origin.
The top posts are, gratifyingly, those on the spectral correlation function, the cyclic autocorrelation, and cyclic cumulants:
Thanks again readers!