Apologies if this is obvious, but I've had a look around and can't see it anywhere.

I notice that some of the beta SEs listed on Area51 have summary statistics for users, average questions/day, % answered, etc (example). Is it possible to get this information for sites that are out of beta? Specifically, Biology.SE?

  • $\begingroup$ Hmm. On reflection I'm wondering if this belongs on Meta.SE. Any thoughts? $\endgroup$
    – arboviral
    Jul 19 '16 at 13:22
  • $\begingroup$ I think it is also fine here, but you will probably already find an answer of at meta.SE. For me no reason to close or move $\endgroup$
    – Chris Mod
    Jul 19 '16 at 21:10

You can find some basic statistics about all sites on http://stackexchange.com/sites

If you have at least 25k reputation or are a mod, you can see detailed site statistics at https://biology.stackexchange.com/site-analytics

This page contains e.g. this graph about the post volume over time:

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If you're interested mostly in traffic, but don't have 25k reputation, you can see detailed traffic statistics on Quantcast: https://www.quantcast.com/biology.stackexchange.com

If you're not intimidated by some SQL, you can write a query on the Data Explorer (http://data.stackexchange.com/) to create even more statistics.

  • $\begingroup$ Perfect, thanks! So (as of 20th July 2016): 85% answered is between 'healthy' and 'needs work'; size of user community is definitely in the 'excellent' range; number of answers per (answered) question is roughly 1.3, so also needs work; daily visits is at least 10k so no problems there. $\endgroup$
    – arboviral
    Jul 20 '16 at 8:42
  • $\begingroup$ @arboviral The %answered is in the "needs work" range for most of the graduated, healthy SE-sites. Most sites having >90% are beta sites wanting to graduate (after having special efforts to push the %answered higher). $\endgroup$ Jul 22 '16 at 22:55
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    $\begingroup$ @arboviral I really wouldn't focus that much on the A51 stats, they're not really all that useful. $\endgroup$ Jul 23 '16 at 7:20

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