The CSP Blog took a big step forward in 2022, with 66,700 page views and counting, which is 10,000 more than last year’s (record) number of about 56,000. Thanks to all my readers!
As usual in these end-of-year reveries, I will show some highlights from the CSP Blog statistics that WordPress keeps for me. First up are the most popular posts. Here are their all-time page-view counts:
Appropriately, the post on the spectral correlation function is the most-viewed technical post on the CSP Blog–getting close to 20,000 page views.
On the other hand, the least-viewed posts are:
Some of those are quite recent, so it is understandable that they have few page views. But some are not all that young and contain good stuff! Don’t skip the ‘Comments On …’ posts because you think they will be all ranting–most of them have significant technical content.
WordPress also tells me that the CSP Blog has had visitors from 158 countries since its birth in 2015. The countries with the most pageviews are:
Thank you USA! The eighteen countries having the least page views all have a single page view, so I think those are likely just mistakes. Someone was looking for a blog on Canadian Science Publishing, the Columbus Space Program, or the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, perhaps, and clicked the CSP Blog and then just clicked away.
Happy New Year!