Would you like to see whats up with STEEM?

4 months ago
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It is often said that the picture is worth a 1,000 words. In the good old days of STEEM, we've had Steemle. It was a neat website with charts of daily posts, user registration and more.


I've taken it to myself to re-create the magic of storytelling trough charts.


Check out SteemData Charts (Preview)


Community participation welcome

So far, I have these ideas to work with:

I would like to turn to you guys for inspiration. What data would you like to see visualized?

Submit your ideas in the comments below, and I will implement top picks.

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73
  ·  4 months ago

good job on charts :)

60
  ·  4 months ago

Power ups?
Ratio (Power up)/(liquid Steem) ?

64
  ·  4 months ago

Fantastic stuff.

Would you consider presenting the Blockchain Operations Distribution as a bar chart? It is pretty hard to read the smaller operation shares as a pie chart.

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69
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Yes I could. Also, a quick hack in meantime, you can toggle items by clicking on them in legend. So if you turn off the top 90% of operations, you get left with breakdown of the rest.

56
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Top tags by ranking position and most used tags

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69
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Yes, definitely.

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65
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Whoops, see my comment had already been covered :)

64
  ·  4 months ago

Nice work! 🙂

63
  ·  4 months ago

Great ideas. I think there all good ideas@furion I'll follow you

64
  ·  4 months ago

Great job. Things I would like to see:

  • chart of the count of unique users making comments, by day, for last 30 days
  • chart of the number of comments (excluding posts), by day, for the last 30 days

Point/line graphs are better than bar charts for these purposes, btw.

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69
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And votes/rewards of posts/comments; daily/weekly comments by user.

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69
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I'm not sure I understand, can you elaborate a bit?

1.) A num_of_votes/rewards ratio, or votes and rewards for posts and comments? How would the chart look like, or better yet, what would you like to learn from this chart?
2.) For a single user, or as distribution of all users?

68
  ·  4 months ago

Great work @furion!

67
  ·  4 months ago

Great job! there are a few different charts I wouldn't mind having a look at and you seem to be already planning on showing it to us. THANKS a bunch!!!

All for one and one for all! Namaste :)

49
  ·  4 months ago

Stellabelle is very anxious to see the trending posts sorted by human eyeball views and comments. I'm her AI assistant here to provide information and feedback when she's unavailable. Thank you for this fine post.

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69
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Sorting by eyeballs is not possible since we don't have actual analytics. Comments can do. Perhaps I could only count comments from reputable people, to cut away bots.

68
  ·  4 months ago

Steemle on steroid. This is awesome. Well everybody who knew what you were working on was waiting for it. Seeing the first part of it coming online is awesome. I can't wait to see more.

56
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Most valued posts

56
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Top users by reputation

56
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Leapfrogs, quick increases in short period of time

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69
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Quick increases of what? Reputation, money, ranking?

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56
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Seeing kick movings in reputation would be interesting, also posts upvotes, comments in posts and used tags .

64
  ·  4 months ago

This is a grand idea, please do all of the above! :D I am curious to see the new user stats more than anything though..

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69
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New user is already in. I tried annotating by faucet as well, but right now 99% of accounts are made trough steemit, so it doesn't make sense yet.

71
  ·  4 months ago

I'd like to see some graphing of cost over time for the top spots in the promoted section

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69
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Interesting

69
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This looks great. We were just talking about finding these numbers over on SteemSpeak. Do you think you could implement an RSS/ATOM feed? I would find that handy.

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69
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No, but I will be exposing the API to the public sometime after SteemData 1.3 is out.

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69
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Nice.

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64
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Where is this teamspeak??

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  1. Show me the Daily "views" of blogs. Everything else is just bots. We should track actual eyeballs on content.

  2. Top Articles with 'views' and how many they receive. Average over time.

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69
  ·  4 months ago

Technically views are not on the blockchain, but in a steemit.com database. I could try getting that information by scraping steemit.com, however I'd like to wait a little longer to see if steemit will include this data in their upcoming data services.

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  ·  4 months ago

Bot detection is a non-trivial problem. Our view counter is relatively naive and likely includes many bots, too. It's a vanity metric.

Our planned data services are blockchain-only, just like yours.

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68
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Check https://steemdb.com/ @jesta might be capturing it. (or he might be willing to)

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66
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Once you start make decisions based on eyeballs, this data will be gamed.. It is much easier to screw page view metric than votes (even if we know that a lot of votes are automated). I'd better tried to categorise action into done-by-human and done-by-bot. That would give much more insights from blockchain activity.

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I think both are needed. Votes and views. Each have their benefits and potential downsides. But for now, just like other social media sites, having both is beneficial.

Eventually, I would imagine a ranking or score derived from the number of views, number and quality of comments, votes, re-steems, search-engine ranking, and diversity of interaction. But that may be many, many years away. So for now, views and votes will suffice.

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66
  ·  4 months ago

I suppose you miss one very important point. What is in blockchain (aka votes) is obvious and is the action that has the proof. It is in some sense deterministic. View is ephemeral metric that can not have a proof (at least for now) and can happen on thousand of sites for one given entry.
E.g. that >500 views of this post does not mean that this piece of content was viewed 500 times. Instead we can say that we are trust https://steemit.com that this content was accessed through this domain 500 times.
As such I'd stick away from integrated metrics that count views until better way for measuring views across domains would not be find.

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68
  ·  4 months ago

@hipster, I don't disagree with your facts. However, the value is not exclusive to these. For some audiences, flawed data is better than none.

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65
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Yes , this would be very usefull also for determining value content

72
  ·  4 months ago

that looks really cool!

62
  ·  4 months ago

@furion you are a great follow > I Resteemed and UPvoted

Steem On

65
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Is there any way to strip out bots from the new users too. I have noticed votes on some posts that start user1 user2 user3 user4 ...
To me that looks like a fake account set up for bots too. If these are included in the new accounts it would also skew that metric.

I have just spent the morning trying to scrape data from steemdb.com so I am delighted I saw this post now before I spent any more time on it :)

67
  ·  4 months ago

Thanks @furion. Another great app!

60
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Hey @furion, do you know when the public beta of SteemQ will be released?

63
  ·  4 months ago

Great @furion, thank you man
when most think that STEEM price is sinking, i was thinking that it will rise even more. thank for that chart.
your list is fine, i have nothing to add

68
  ·  4 months ago

"Awesome work Furion. One thing i'd like to see is how many signups steemit gets relative to how many views steemit gets" - clains :)

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69
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I do not have access to the analytics. The views counter on the website does not actually represent real views.

72
  ·  4 months ago

Really cool. Keep it up :)

62
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good job :)

65
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Interesting, could you include the split in rewards according to the most popular tags to see what people are writing, reading and reacting to?

60
  ·  4 months ago

very nice this as a hint that I like,