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Detailed technology breakdown reports
Posted by Sam Soltano on 14 June 2010 in News
When we introduced technology breakdown reports three months ago, we made a compromise in the level of details shown in these reports. We wanted to have a simple overview report showing the usage of combinations of various technologies. We still believe these are good reports (and we continue to generate them), however in order to keep them at a reasonable size, we had to restrict the number of technologies they cover. This is great to get a quick overview, but sometimes more details are required.
To satisfy this need for detailed information, we are now introducing breakdown reports for each individual technology. There are thousands of new reports. I will pick one example to explain them.
In the content management system overview, we see Typo3 as one of the leading systems. In the breakdown report by content language, we can see that Typo3 is very much loved by German speaking webmasters: they use it on 28.7% of the sites, where the overall share is 3.3%.
This overview report stops after 14 languages. The new Typo3 breakdown report shows much more languages. It contains all the languages where a statistically relevant measurement can be made. We see, for example, that the share of Type3 amongst the websites in Northern Sami is even bigger (36.4%). We also see, that the Typo3 share amongst websites in Chinese, Arabic and Persian is almost zero.
If we want to know the percentage of Typo3 websites in each language, we can switch to another new report: content language segmentation of Typo3 sites (find that under "Related Reports" in the menu). Now we see that almost 2 thirds of all Typo3 sites are in German. Northern Sami is far behind in that statistic, because the number of sites in that language is relatively low.
We hope that you find these new reports useful, and we believe that technology usage statistics on that level of details cannot be found anywhere else on the web.
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