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Internet User Statistics


Comscore (via Techcrunch) have released their latest stats on global internet users. They have broken them down by region and volumes, which as you would expect has China at the top, with the USA second and Japan third.

I wanted to see how this related to population, similar to what I did for the Olympics and who should be winning medals. Straight to it (these are percentages of entire population):

Netherlands – 71.52
Canada – 65.07
UK – 59.58
South Korea – 56.64
USA – 53.44
France – 52.23
Japan – 46.99
Germany – 45.07
Spain – 39.08
Italy – 34.61
Russia – 20.47
Brazil – 14.54
China – 13.45
Mexico – 11.73
India – 2.81

So Netherlands are actually quite Internet savey, who would have thought it!?!

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Olympic Statistics


Thought I would do some statistical analysis of what’s going on in the Olympics, medal wise. Firstly, some facts, there are a total of 302 Golds available to be won at the Beijing Olympics. I am basing this all solely on Golds as there seems to be some weirdness going on with the number of Bronzes. Weirdness which I don’t understand yet.

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