[thelist] Browser Stats Released

Tom Dell'Aringa pixelmech at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 25 10:46:01 CDT 2002

Actually, for logs I have taken a look at recently, NN4 is LESS than 1.4%. I think the best stats
out there are the enterprise ones by Statmarket.com, but it $9,000 for a monthly report so...I
won't be getting that anytime soon. We used to get them at Scient which was great. Its a sampling
of like 50 MILLION web sites. I'd be real interested to see that one now...When I left Scient well
over a year ago NN4 was around 8% on those reports.

--- Chris Kaminski <chris at setmajer.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday, June 25, 2002, at 05:11 PM, Feingold Josh S wrote:
> > Of course, YMMV, but it is helps to see the overall picture.
> I dunno how much it helps, though. I can't find any information on
> their sniffers (do they filter spoofers such as Opera out of the IE
> results? does IE include Mac IE?) or the types of sites they get
> the data from. Lacking that information, I have a hard time putting
> their numbers in a useful context.
> That NN4.x number of 1.4% seems especially suspect, as most sites
> I've been involved with or seen stats from have had more than that
> up to the last three months or so.
> More grist for the mill, I suppose, but no better than
> TheCounter.com and quite possibly even worse.
> chris.kaminski { functionNewMedia :: <http://www.function.de> }
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