a discussion of things brown….
A little surprised.
Are these unique readers or total sessions?
don’t know the diff in this context.
this blog is not monetized so i don’t care tbh. just interesting that india is so prominent (and pak).
Is this monthly?
no. like 6 months. there are stats you can access in the dashboard if u care day-to-day.
I don’t think I have access to that – anyway better not to know..
it’s at the bottom of the admin dashboard. page down.
Indian publications have linked to this blog when they cover genetics, and refer to some of your articles as further reading. As an example, I found this today-
I suspect the article above misrepresents some of the conclusions of the study they are covering though!
Frankly, I found Spain most surprising in this table 🙂
Yes, I also came to thus blog from the scroll.in article. I liked this blog.
There are about 300,000 British people living in Spain. If they read Razib’s works in roughly the same proportion as residents of Great Britain, that explains over half of the Spanish readership.
@Rahul, Basques mare mentioned quite a bit in Razhib’s other blogs, so it may be spillover from there. I am Spanish.
Quite surprised that there are no Sri Lankan or Bangladesh reader.
Possibility for some US readers being of Sri Lankan origin.
i just picked the top 10.