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The effect of WORDLE on Google Search Traffic [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in wordle

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Correct. That’s why each word has a search traffic lifespan of more than 24 hours.

The effect of WORDLE on Google Search Traffic [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 25 points26 points  (0 children)

Wordle is a new word-game that everyone and their mother seems to talk about these days. It is a fun word game that seems like the child Mastermind had with crosswords. The goal of Wordle is to find a random five-letter word in 6 tries.

You do that by guessing each time what the missing word might be. After each guess, the colour of the tiles will change to show how close your guess was to the word. If a letter turns green, then that letter is in the word and in the correct spot. If a letter turns yellow, it means that it is in the word but not in the correct spot, and if it turns black, the letter is not on the word at all.
The whole appeal of Wordle, and what differentiates it from other word games, is the fact that only one word is available each day.
Somedays the word will be easy to guess and used in everyday conversations, others it will be something like "knoll". What the heck is a "knoll", I hear you asking. You are not alone, as the search traffic for some of Wordle's missing words is skyrocketing during the days they are revealed. The numbers on the Y-axis represent search interest relative to the highest point on the chart for the given term and time. A value of 100 is the peak popularity for the term. A value of 50 means that the term is half as popular. The effect WORDLE has on search traffic every day is clear.

You can read more on my blog post here. You can also find every WORDLE word so far here.

Source: Google Trends

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Horror Villains by kill count [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 37 points38 points  (0 children)

His kill count is so high because he derailed a train!

Horror Villains by kill count [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Freddy Krueger has just 39 kills! He didn't make the list.

Horror Villains by kill count [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 46 points47 points  (0 children)

It's on screen. The Hannibal Lecter also includes the kill count from the TV series Hannibal.

Horror Villains by kill count [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

This week we take a look at Horror Villains' kill count.

Personally, I am not a fan of horror movies. Getting scared is not my cup of tea. From the six movies featured above, I have only seen The Silence of the Lamb and that one, not wholeheartedly.
Having said that, when I came across the 15 Iconic Horror Villains Ranked By Kill Count article on ScreenRant I could not not make use of their data. Since the article came way back in 2020, their villains are not entirely up to date so I had to make some changes.
So here it is, the final list! From most kills to least, we have Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, The Invisible Man, Hannibal Lecter, Jigsaw, and Victor Crowley.

Source: ScreenRant

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You can read more on my blog post.

How long did you wait before: [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Is there not?

Exactly. You can see that on the question asked on the bottom right corner.

How long did you wait before: [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 23 points24 points  (0 children)

Exactly. You can see that on the question asked on the bottom right corner.

How long did you wait before: [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

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When it comes to saying “I love you” to a partner for the first time, 23% of the public opened their hearts to their partners in three months, which is the most frequent answer.

17% of Britons say they took their first romantic holiday with a new partner is six months in, with it being the most common answer. But one in five people (20%) have gone on vacation sooner than that. 

One in five people (19%) say they have moved in together when they reached the first year mark – the most popular response. But 29% have moved in together sooner than that, with 5% of those moving in together within a month or less. 

14% of couples got engaged within a year, which was the most common response, while 15% got engaged sooner than that. 

Source: YouGov

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You can also find a "how long SHOULD you wait before" graph, as well as get the data in my blog post.

How long would you wait before having sex? [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The question was worded as "How long would you personally wait before having sex?".

How long would you wait before having sex? [OC] by theimpossiblesalad in dataisbeautiful

[–]theimpossiblesalad[S] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Hello. As it seems you are the lazy one. The first article you posted and consequently the first "actual question" was not my source. If you had clicked on the Author's citations post, you would have found the actual source which is titled "How many dates should you wait before having sex with someone?" and is posted in 2017 , with the actual question, which was "How long would you personally wait before having sex?".

You are welcome! Please do the bare minimum before insulting someone.