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I think an even cooler representation of this data would be a graphical map with every country with UNRAID colored in. Maybe shaded by percentage.

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Just curious => are those "customers'  (i.e. Plus or Pro users) ... or "registered users" (forum members -- many of whom use the free Basic).    Obviously unless a Basic user registers on the forum you have no way to know who or how many there are.

 

 

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Just curious => are those "customers'  (i.e. Plus or Pro users) ... or "registered users" (forum members -- many of whom use the free Basic).    Obviously unless a Basic user registers on the forum you have no way to know who or how many there are.

It's customers who've purchased keys or servers.

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As a Canadian it's interesting to see Canada at 9%, even tough the population is ~1/10th the population of the United States. 

 

 

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Does a customer who buys 2 keys count as one or two?

I just took the customer list and created bins for each country according to "ship to" field.  Customers who purchased more than one item and repeat customers are still just counted once.  Any bin at 1% or higher got it's own bar in the graph.

 

Hardest to group was "UK,England,Wales".  I left Ireland and Scotland out of that group, but probably should have included them in that group?  Ask different people you get different answers but I didn't want to get into any bar fights over it  ;D

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[me=sacretagent]wonders if i am the only one in Thailand :P[/me]

I show 10 customers in Thailand  ;)

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As a Canadian it's interesting to see Canada at 9%, even tough the population is ~1/10th the population of the United States.

Must be a lot of movie-watching going on during those long cold winter nights  ;)

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Does a customer who buys 2 keys count as one or two?

I just took the customer list and created bins for each country according to "ship to" field.  Customers who purchased more than one item and repeat customers are still just counted once.  Any bin at 1% or higher got it's own bar in the graph.

 

Hardest to group was "UK,England,Wales".  I left Ireland and Scotland out of that group, but probably should have included them in that group?  Ask different people you get different answers but I didn't want to get into any bar fights over it  ;D

 

Include the following in the UK:

 

England

Scotland

Wales

Northern Ireland

 

Not Ireland (separate country).

 

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Does a customer who buys 2 keys count as one or two?

I just took the customer list and created bins for each country according to "ship to" field.  Customers who purchased more than one item and repeat customers are still just counted once.  Any bin at 1% or higher got it's own bar in the graph.

 

Hardest to group was "UK,England,Wales".  I left Ireland and Scotland out of that group, but probably should have included them in that group?  Ask different people you get different answers but I didn't want to get into any bar fights over it  ;D

 

Include the following in the UK:

 

England

Scotland

Wales

Northern Ireland

 

Not Ireland (separate country).

 

Ok, thank you, changed it.  Didn't change the percentages.  Also added another country since post was created: Bangladesh.

 

Edit: Thanks for the video, that explains a lot.  USPS (post office) does not have separate destination countries of England, Scotland and Wales, instead they have just "Great Britain".  LOL

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This might help too

 

You'll need a 100 line MySQL query to apply this.  8)

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I`m from Belgium. Not surprising to see we don't get our own graph :)

I think I'm the only one on the forums.

 

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Tom you should look at sales per capita and see which markets you are doing best in. I suspect it may be surprising

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Tom you should look at sales per capita and see which markets you are doing best in. I suspect it may be surprising

 

 

I was very surprised at 6% for us Aussies, Tom must have included New Zealand in the Australia total :P

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Tom you should look at sales per capita and see which markets you are doing best in. I suspect it may be surprising

 

 

I was very surprised at 6% for us Aussies, Tom must have included New Zealand in the Australia total :P

Nope.  New Zealand accounts for about .8% by itself.

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Crazy that Canada, with a population less than half the size of the UK, has more users than the UK.

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Tom you should look at sales per capita and see which markets you are doing best in. I suspect it may be surprising

 

 

I was very surprised at 6% for us Aussies, Tom must have included New Zealand in the Australia total :P

 

That's because us Aussies know a good deal when we see it.  ;p

 

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