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Firefox extensions tool

January 16, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

I revisited the Firefox data that I used earlier, in order to answer this question: What per cent of users have more than X number of extensions, and what per cent less than X?  Or rather, I wanted to make an easy way for other people to answer this question.  I made a pair of graphs.  Nothing too fancy, just a histogram and scatterplot.  The histogram is for determining what per cent had exactly X extensions, and the scatterplot for what per cent had X or more and X or less.

It looks like this:

The interactive version is here.  Mouse over a bar or dot to find the per cents.  The graphs can be panned left and right by dragging on their backgrounds.

As always, it might not work in Internet Explorer.  And if it’s too big or too small you can use your browser controls to resize the page.

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