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** Variants of the same language, such as Spanish, were combined.
 
** Variants of the same language, such as Spanish, were combined.
 
** A Total of 251K users selected a NON-English interface.
 
** A Total of 251K users selected a NON-English interface.
** Listed here are 243K, ~97% of the total.
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** Table lists 243K of them, '''~97%''' of the total.
 
** The 30+ additional languages, can thus safely be ignored.
 
** The 30+ additional languages, can thus safely be ignored.
  
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* '''Countries:'''
 
* '''Countries:'''
 
** Traffic percentages were given for the top 25 countries.
 
** Traffic percentages were given for the top 25 countries.
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** These cover 87.09% of the total network traffic to Geni.
 
** Countries that share a language were lumped together (bringing the count down to 20).
 
** Countries that share a language were lumped together (bringing the count down to 20).
** These cover 87.09% of the total network traffic to Geni.
 
 
** The remaining 13% of net traffic are likely divided among dozens of countries.
 
** The remaining 13% of net traffic are likely divided among dozens of countries.
 
** So these too can be ignored for now (never mind that they most likely speak one of the languages listed).
 
** So these too can be ignored for now (never mind that they most likely speak one of the languages listed).
** Obviously not all users in a given country use the local language for their interface. An example here would be Malaysia.
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** Obviously not all users in a given country use the local language for their interface. An obvious example here would be Malaysia.
  
  

Revision as of 16:39, 23 December 2010

The following tables tries to collate usage statistics for the Geni website, based on current location (i.e. Nationality) and chosen Language for the User-Interface. These statistics were supplied in December 2010.


  • Languages:
    • Variants of the same language, such as Spanish, were combined.
    • A Total of 251K users selected a NON-English interface.
    • Table lists 243K of them, ~97% of the total.
    • The 30+ additional languages, can thus safely be ignored.


  • Countries:
    • Traffic percentages were given for the top 25 countries.
    • These cover 87.09% of the total network traffic to Geni.
    • Countries that share a language were lumped together (bringing the count down to 20).
    • The remaining 13% of net traffic are likely divided among dozens of countries.
    • So these too can be ignored for now (never mind that they most likely speak one of the languages listed).
    • Obviously not all users in a given country use the local language for their interface. An obvious example here would be Malaysia.


Interface Language Traffic by Country
# users Rank %
243,085 Totals 87.09%
English 1 1 USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand 41.02%
49,299 Estonian 2 2 Estonia 10.41%
3 India 7.50%
18,284 Hebrew 6 4 Israel 3.91%
18,284 Hebrew 6 4 Israel 3.91%
19,549 Norwegian 4 5 Norway 3.80%
21,172 Swedish 3 6 Sweden 3.69%
13,569 Danish 8 7 Denmark 2.07%
851 Malay 31 8 Malaysia 1.71%
13,875 French 7 9 France 1.54%
4,696 Finnish 16 10 Finland 1.36%
8,888 Dutch 11 11 Netherlands 1.32%
12 South Africa 1.32%
7,259 German 12 13 Germany 1.10%
6,984 Lithuanian 13 14 Lithuania 1.03%
10,780 Portuguese 9 15 Brazil 1.03%
18,964 Spanish 5 16 Argentina, Mexico 1.32%
986 Arabic 28 17 United Arab Emirates 0.93%
5,163 Polish 14 18 Poland 0.71%
19 Belgium 0.71%
4,749 Latvian 15 20 Latvia 0.61%
9,803 Russian 10
4,601 Italian 17
3,761 Czech 18
3,570 Hungarian 19
3,178 Slovenian 20
2,335 Chinese 21
2,125 Croatian 22
1,961 Indonesian 23
1,763 Turkish 24
1,594 Slovak 25
1,344 Bulgarian 26
1,006 Persia 27
976 Serbian 29


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