I can imagine the regular readers of my blog are just dying to know what the analysis of week 2’s data shows. Wait no more, as here is the latest figures featuring the data scraped from a revenge pornography Website.
Here is a summary of the data I collected in the second week.
|Day||Number of Posts||Male||Female||Current||Removed|
First point is there is more men in the data set for the second week, but there are more posts in the second week than the first, 112 as opposed to 104. This time 3 of the men had their posts removed before the 672 hours.
I made the data into charts. This first chart shows the number of posts to the revenge pornography Website in the second week.
The second chart shows the number of posts to the revenge pornography Website in the second week split by gender.
Next, I created a chart showing how many posts stayed live or current for the full month (672 hours) that I scraped data.
The current posts were further analysed. Firstly, they were split by gender and showed the maximum number of views that each post received in the month.
Again, the following charts are a mess, but useful for identifying trends. The following two charts shows the number of cumulative views per hour for each posting with a status of current split by gender.
The next two charts show the number of actual views per hour for all current posts split by gender.
As before, it would appear from this data that most views to the posts take place early on, within the first 50 hours. However, further analysis will need to be done.