Commit 76e36052 authored by Greg Sutcliffe's avatar Greg Sutcliffe

Plot plugins against 2017

parent a2250df3
......@@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ this).
In terms of plugin popularity, here's a breakdown of the 25 most popular plugins:
```{r popular-plugins}
grid.arrange(plugin_bars)
grid.arrange(plugin_bars,plugin_bars_old,ncol=2)
```
This is relative popularity (i.e. the most popular is at 100%), and I've also plotted the data from last year for comparison. TODO finish this
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......@@ -79,3 +79,16 @@ The OS chart isn't directly comparable to last year, as I've correctly broken
down the multi-choice answers into seperate results, so the totals actually make
100% now. However, we do see a similar picture - strong preference for CentOS &
RHEL, backed up by Debian & Ubuntu. Nothing new here, I feel.
## <a name="page2"></a>Plugins, Compute, and API
Not much has changed in the the world of plugins. Once again, the vast
majority of people know about our plugins, so that's good to see (TODO, check
this).
In terms of plugin popularity, here's a breakdown of the 25 most popular plugins:
![](InitialAnalysis_files/figure-html/popular-plugins-1.svg)<!-- -->
This is relative popularity (i.e. the most popular is at 100%), and I've also plotted the data from last year for comparison. TODO finish this
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