[Bioc-devel] Bioconductor stats
lluis.revilla at gmail.com
Fri Jun 30 16:26:09 CEST 2017
I wasn't aware of the discrepancy between the monthly number of IPs and the
yearly number of IPs.
I didn't realize that my own package showed this distinction between
monthly and yearly number of IPs.
Thanks for pointing it.
Yes, usually the effect of a package being in several categories is quite
But in some packages it is more frequent than once a year and in some
others more than just one download each time it happens.
On 30 June 2017 at 11:44, Hervé Pagès <hpages at fredhutch.org> wrote:
> Hi LLuis,
> As Sean already said mirrors are not included in the stats. The
> monthly nb of distinct IPs are reset every month and the yearly
> nb of distinct IPs are reset every year.
> Some packages are indeed in two categories. Category assignment is
> based on the download URL only. For some mysterious reason the Apache
> logs contain some lines that indicate that AnnotationDbi was downloaded
> from an URL that points to a data experiment repository. These lines
> are very rare though (1 or 2 per year) so overall don't have any
> significant impact on the stats. Anyway that's something we'll need
> to dig into at some point.
> On 06/27/2017 04:34 AM, Lluís Revilla wrote:
>> I have been looking at the stats of Bioconductor, and I would like to know
>> more about how are they calculated.
>> Do these stats account for the mirror sites? Are there any stats of the
>> usage of mirrors?
>> I found some packages that for the same month they have downloads in two
>> categories. For instance AnnotationDbi has some downloads as experimental
>> data package:
>> 2bw&s=Vn8nr1PNCdozt0465LZB9CXnGpPGdoEu_QskcQ6ehZA&e= while
>> most of the downloads are in the software category (The right one). It
>> seems that near 500 packages have downloads in two categories.
>> The "Nb of distinct IPs" if I understand correctly is for each package and
>> month. So if the same IP downloads again the package is listed as a new
>> isn't it? I assume that if mirrors are counted either no one downloads the
>> same packages from different mirrors in the same IP or that these
>> information is shared across mirrors for these stats.
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