Tagged: statistics

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ACC in 2020: a year in numbers!

Over the year 2020 (with the exception of January and February), I’ve written posts about the player statistics of Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC). Using data publically available from both steamdb and steamcharts, I’ve created my own charts and talked about major developments and probably causes. Now that it’s 2021, it is time to look back and reflect upon these statistics, and derive what...

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ACC Playercount Round-up: December 2020

At the time of writing, it’s January 2nd (happy New Year, I guess!). This means another month has passed, and it is time to see how the playercounts for Assetto Corsa Competizione developed in December. After last month’s round-up wherein I summarized five months, I’m back to my regular schedule again. Keep in mind: this will only be a retrospective...

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ACC Playercount Round-up: June 2020

June 2020 was, unfortunately, the first time since September 2019 in which the player count saw a (slight) decline. It had to happen some time, since growth can’t be eternal (looking at you, capitalism). There are actual, good reasons for the decline in players which I will detail in this post, so read on if you’re interested to hear my...

ACC Playercount Round-up: April 2020

April 2020 was another storming month for ACC, which saw another huge growth spurt in it’s player numbers. In this article I will follow up to last month’s round-up which was generally well received by you. As was said last month, I’m using data from both steamdb and steamcharts and implement them into my own spreadsheets, making my own easy-to-read...

ACC Playercount Round-up: March 2020

I’ve been keeping track of the amount of players playing ACC for a while now, out of personal curiosity. This basically means I’m importing data from both steamdb and steamcharts into my own spreadsheets. This might seem useless (which it probably is) but I add some value in terms of giving context to flat numbers which the sources do not....

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Pokemon Go: Delving into the Statistics of Evolutions

Pokemon Go is taking the world by storm. I wrote an article about my first experiences with the game a few weeks ago. At the time, I was working on my master’s thesis, which was a quantitative content analysis. I performed that analysis with SPSS, a statistical program created by IBM. I used Pokemon Go to recharge the battery in...