Sunday, January 5, 2014

Books and Sensibility 2013 By The Numbers


Last year, I started keeping an Excel spreadsheet of our reviews after seeing a post about it from Lauren at Lose Time Reading during Bloggiesta .  At the end of 2013, I pulled some of our stats and put them into an infographic to see how we've been reading and what trends we may have fallen into.

I  found a few of these stats surprising. Of the big six (er five ?) publishers I thought  we read a lot of  was Hachette/Little Brown, but apparently we leaned more towards Simon and Schuster. Our diversity numbers were  higher than I would have predicted, but I'd like to work on bringing them up even more. 



Did you keep any 2013 stats ? What were yours like ? I'm so curious about these things !

Here are some helpful links for keeping your own reading stats:







5 comments :

  1. I've never really kept the stats for this kind of stuff but it is so interesting! I should do this too! I'd love to see which genres and publishers I tend to read most. :)

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  2. That's the reason I started, I really wanted to see which publisher/genre I rated the highest and then use that info to see what books I'm most likely to enjoy. However, none of my numbers really leaned one way or the other.

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  3. This is so cool. Do you think you can show how your excel sheet looks like? I would love to keep track and analyze my own stats, but I'm basically excel illiterate unless it's really basic.

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  4. Impressive stats! I kept them, but not really. The blog provided me with a really cool fireworks show of my year. I thought about making it public, but decided not to get crazy ;)

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  5. I need to do this. It's cool to do I think. If I get bored, I'll go back thru last year and do it for last year...but more likely, I'll just end up setting it up for this year...

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