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"Like-ability" Report

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I compared number of likes to number of posts and came up with this "Like-ability" report.

Discuss the meaning of "Likes". Do you feel as if the data represented here is accurate of your previous expectations? How does this affect your perception of "Likes"?

Updated: 11/2/16

Average "Like-ability"- 12%

Top 50 Posters:
Sinical- 16%
Blacjak- 8%
Inu- 16%
NPM- 12%
Rift- 11%
weee- 12%
Cel- 13%
Clucky- 9%
Traj- 11%
Rox- 22%
Stratus- 4%
Rex- 12%
Qanda- 8%
Star- 12%
Killer- 6%
Liz- 9%
Nell- 11%
Red- 7%
Zilary- 23%
Kirby- 13%
Franc- 7%
Dyl- 12%
siniri- 6%
Zen- 18%
Silver- 18%
Mr. H- 12%
zodiac- 5%
Steev- 7%
Bed- 16%
Meta- 5%
lilbear- 15%
lion- 5%
Ekul- 13%
Mike- 15%
spirit- 19%
RocktheFox- 21%
Jose- 8%
Forte- 14%
mccraabi- 22%
Code- 7%
Humming- 9%
Lixyl- 18%
Charles- 14%
Kathy- 17%
Voce- 16%
    Less than 100 Posts-
    jlt- 12%
    Missy- 4%
    graphitesmoothie- 14%
    Benladesh- 25%
    Exiled- 8%

Edited by Blacjak

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This may be slightly skewed due to the "Never Have I Ever" thread I created a while back...

Oooh! Embeddedness!

So, anyone who did not participate in that thread may have a lower "like-ability" score. I personally do not feel that almost a quarter of my normal posts are more "likeable" than anything else.

 

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3 hours ago, Zilary said:

This may be slightly skewed due to the "Never Have I Ever" thread I created a while back...

Oooh! Embeddedness!

So, anyone who did not participate in that thread may have a lower "like-ability" score. I personally do not feel that almost a quarter of my normal posts are more "likeable" than anything else.

 

i participated. sad that i couldnt get a single like in that thread

 

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