Who are you?

I suppose, deep in my heart of hearts, I really wanna know, so I fished the following “low confidence” demographics from Alexa:

Alexa demographics

In each of these, the bar indicates relative under- or over-representation by a given class.

I suspect these might be more accurate, or less inaccurate anyway, if I actually signed up for some of their services, but truth be told, these results really don’t surprise me that much, except to the extent that I’m surprised that I have readers at all, let alone enough to make statistical judgments, even of “low confidence,” possible.





7 comments

  1. McGehee »

    6 June 2009 · 10:32 am

    My bars are red in three out of five metrics. Does red mean underrepresented?

  2. CGHill »

    6 June 2009 · 10:46 am

    That’s the legend, yes.

  3. Lisa Paul »

    6 June 2009 · 12:47 pm

    Hey, but look at all your female groupies!

  4. CGHill »

    6 June 2009 · 12:57 pm

    I have decided that it’s a compensation mechanism brought on by the inexorable laws of the universe: I’m allotted X amount of feminine attention, where X is a number I have yet to quantify to any degree of accuracy, but inasmuch as I don’t seem to get anywhere near close to that in Real Life™, the equilibrium shifts, and therefore it happens here.

    Still, if I had ever imagined there would be any payoff for this sort of thing, I’d have been pestering Tim Berners-Lee for my own Web page the day after they got HTTP to work.

  5. Jeffro »

    6 June 2009 · 1:09 pm

    Looks like you’ve got younger well educated women checking in on ya!

    I get “not enough data.”

    Heh.

  6. fillyjonk »

    6 June 2009 · 8:06 pm

    I look at those graphs and gasp, “Good Lord, it’s ME!”

  7. CGHill »

    7 June 2009 · 9:59 pm

    Several of you, it would seem. :)

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