On Monday and Tuesday, I produced 50+ custom (not custard) pie charts for visitors to a similar post - It's the other way around today as the query looks at which 'class' of user has upvoted you in 2018.
The first post was met with a really good response and it was the 2nd most commented on post of the day. Although, the 3+ hours I spent replies probably helped with that.
I dare say it is possible :D
The classes are organised as follows:
|Redfish or Smaller||< 500|
|Minnow||> 499 & < 5000|
|Dolphin||> 4999 & < 50000|
|Orca||> 49999 & < 500000|
Your pie chart will look something like this:
- The data is taken from 1st January 2018 to present
- The percentage represents the total votes received from each 'class'
- If the account was a Minnow when the voted for you in January but is now a Dolphin, this vote will be grouped into the Dolphin 'class'
- Vote weight is not taken into consideration
- Only up-votes are included
Over 80% of my votes come from Minnows or smaller. I suspect that if I was more focused on myself and not the community, the % of dolphins supporting me would be larger as I looked to trade votes with them. On the other hand, the vast majority of accounts are 'Redfish or smaller', and so it makes sense to receive the majority of votes from this class.
As of about half an hour ago, this is the state of play with regards to account classes:
|Redfish or smaller||1107002||99.067%|
(4 more Dolphins and 5 more minnows than Monday)
Who wants (another) a pie chart?
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