Sansar User Concurrency Statistics: A Second Set of Data, with a Look at Maximum User Concurrency Figures

Not too long ago, I shared recent Sansar user concurrency statistics from Gindipple. Gindipple’s figures have sparked a bit of controversy and debate, about what they actually portray. Some have taken away the “fact” that there are never more than 20 people in Sansar at any one time, which is an incorrect interpretation of the data.

Today, I want to share with you another set of user statistics, this one compiled by Galen, who scraped data automatically from the Sansar Atlas in much the same way as Gindipple does. (Galen may be sampling the data more or less often than Gindipple; I didn’t ask either of them how often they sampled the data in the Atlas.)

Galen’s first chart shows minimum (blue line), average (red line) and maximum (yellow line) user concurrency over the past three months (please click on this image to see it in its full size):

Galen says:

…Average concurrency is not what most people care about. They typically care about peak concurrency. And average peak concurrency.

The maximum concurrency values from day to day are more like 20 – 30, even if my calculation of average concurrency hovers around 10. That number is useful but confusing.

And then from week to week, here’s what we see:

Once again, please click on the image below to see it in full size:

Galen adds:

See how the peaks are averaging 30 – 40? That literally means that during each week, there are 30 – 50 people in all experiences at one time for at least one snapshot of time I took during that week. The averages are very interesting, but harder for most people to make sense of.

It actually makes more sense (to me at least) to discuss maximum (or peak) user concurrency figures, rather than average user concurrency figures. Thanks for sharing your statistics, Galen!

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Second Life Steals, Deals, and Freebies: Gowns and Dresses by AZUL

AZUL is known in Second Life for some beautifully designed ballgowns and dresses. But did you know that you can join their group for FREE, and pick up no less than 33 dresses from their Group Gift wall?

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You can also pick up a 34th dress if you join the SL Frees & Offers group (which is also free to join).

Let’s take a look at some of the gowns and dresses you can get for free from AZUL. First up is the Sept 2015 group gift outfit, which includes the black dress, fur jacket, and a black rose choker:

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Next is the January 2018 group gift, a gorgeous mermaid-style black ballgown:

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Finally, we have a delightful pink dress with matching black neck ribbon, the January 2017 group gift:

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So hurry on down to AZUL to snap up all these glorious freebies—here’s your taxi to take you directly to the Group Gift wall!

My avatar is also wearing:

Head: Maia Bento mesh head by Akeruka (free group gift; group join fee L$150; no longer available for free)

Body: Afrodite mesh avatar body by LUCYBODY (free group gift; group is free to join)

Hair: Chikai hair by Argrace (free group gift; group is free to join)

Shoes: Classic black pumps by Marquesse (available free at the freebie store at Ajuda SL Brasil; this shoe comes in four colours; note that the LUCYBODY mesh avatar body has Slink-compatible feet)

TOTAL COST FOR THESE THREE LOOKS: L$150 (the group join fee for Akeruka)