Sounds Iranian

May 10, 2008

Statistics of Persian Blogs/Websites

Filed under: iran, research — soundsiranian @ 5:34 pm

Kamangir says that through analyzing links shared by Persian bloggers, I regularly search for the hottest points in the Persian blogosphere (a brief introduction to the methodology is given in here, for more information please send me an email or leave a comment). This report is based on 171 sources and over 30,000 shared links.Read more here.

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3 Comments »

  1. He doesn’t have Iranian bloggers user stat and publish something based on what he assumes is true which is not.

    when people publish comparative data analysis they should work on real data that every blog generated…and he doesn’t have access to this data.

    he better off leave stat and data mining world and get back to coding probably he would be more pragmatic there.

    Comment by kamangir is on crack — August 2, 2008 @ 8:45 am

  2. As clearly described in [1], my work essentially aggregates and analyzes information which the bloggers have no direct access to. In fact, Didish.com offers a feed to bloggers to have a feedback on their links which are shared in the Persian blogosphere. In case there is any other ambiguity about my work please drop me a line at arash@kamangir.net

    [1] http://kamangir.net/statistics-of-persian-blogosphere/didish-analysis-of-shared-links/

    Comment by Kamangir — August 2, 2008 @ 6:52 pm

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