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SWAN Statistics

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Statistics

Below are some statistics revealing how everything is going with some charts to demonstrate variation through time.

The change of each value is calculated using these formulas:
Change = Current value - Last value
Change percentage = Change in value / Last value * 100

You can view the raw data Linkhere.

An archive of data about past delegate transitions can be viewed Linkhere.

You can click on a chart to open its interactive version. You can hover your mouse over the trend lines to get a reading of the statistics at a specific time.

Number of World Assembly nations

The following reveal how many nations in the region hold WA membership, the percentage of nations in the region this amounts to and the percentage of South Pacifican WA nations out of all the WA nations in NationStates.

The higher the number, the better.

Value

Change

WA nation number

876

-3 (-0.34 %)

Percentage of regional nations:

11.76 %

-0.05 (-0.41 %)

Percentage of NationStates WA nations:

3.42 %

-0.07 (-2.09 %)

Link

Number of nations

The following reveal how many nations currently reside in the region.

The higher the number, the better.

Value

Change

Regional nation number

7448

+5 (+0.07 %)

Percentage of NationStates nations

4.40 %

+0.01 (+0.12 %)

Link

Endorsement count of Delegate Tsunamy

The following reveal how many endorsements the Delegate currently has and the percentage of World Assembly nations that are endorsing the Delegate.

The higher the number, the better.

Value

Change

Delegate's endorsement count

620

0 (0.00 %)

Percentage of WA nations

70.78 %

+0.24 (+0.34 %)

Link

Endorsement statistics of CRS members

The following reveal how many endorsements each member of the Council on Regional Security (CRS) currently has and the average of the number.

The higher the number, the better.

Endorsement count

Change

Tsunamy

620

0 (0.00 %)

Pencil Sharpeners 2

557

+3 (+0.54 %)

Kringalia

549

+3 (+0.55 %)

Farengeto

548

+3 (+0.55 %)

Sandaoguo

536

+3 (+0.56 %)

Erinor

480

+12 (+2.56 %)

Average

548.33

+4.00 (+0.73 %)

Link

Number of SWAN Knights

The following reveal how many nations are SWAN Knights - nations that endorse the Delegate and all members of the Council on Regional Security - and the percentage of SWAN Knights compared to the total number of WA nations in the region.

The higher the number, the better.

Value

Change

Number of SWAN Knights

384

+10 (+2.67 %)

Percentage of WA nations

43.84 %

+1.29 (+3.02 %)

Link

Total number of endorsements

The following reveal how many endorsements are existing in the region along with the cross-endorsement rate (Endorsement saturation value):

d = e / n(n+1) * 100

  • d = cross-endorsement rate (%)

  • e = total number of endorsements

  • n = number of nations in the region

In laymans terms: The percentage of the total number of endorsements currently existing compared to the total number of endorsements that would exist if all nations endorsed each other perfectly.

The higher the number, the better.

Value

Change

Total number of endorsements

58500

+270 (+0.46 %)

Cross-endorsement rate

7.63 %

+0.09 (+1.15 %)

Link

A few notes:

  • Everything is updated every 24 hours so you need to wait for any change in the data to happen.

  • This initiative is still very experimental so if you see any inaccuracies, errors, or have ideas for improvements, please contact us.

  • There are some minor inaccuracies in the data, read this for more information.

If you want to know about the technical details of the statistics, please read this. If you want to know more about the SWAN initiative in general, check out our dispatch index.

This initiative is an informal joint effort between the Ministry of Regional Affairs, the Local Council, the Council on Regional Security, and some nerds who have no life. (Read more about who run this here)


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