Today is our second day of vacation. Yesterday I mentioned how we beefed up our analytics for Project Showroom release 1.0.20. We want to answer some usage questions more precisely. When I look at some of the analytic results for It's Alive in the Lab for this month, I see some interesting data.
- There were over 15,000 visits that used 64 languages. As the blog is written in English, English was by far the most popular.
- These visits came from 128 countries/territories with the United States being the most popular.
- By a giant majority, It's Alive in the Lab made a lot of new friends this month.
- Internet Explorer and Firefox are the most popular choices used by It's Alive in the Lab visitors:
- Windows is the preferred choice for operating system:
- Screen resolutions are fairly well distributed:
Data like this for Project Showroom will certainly be pertinent to Project Showroom in that time to render a room photorealistically is related to the number of pixels.
Project Showroom has collected metrics from its onset. Build 1.0.20 improved its precision. As you can see from the data collected for this blog, metrics like this can help shape how software-as-a-service applications are developed.
Analytics are alive in the lab.