How to know the site stat? For example, how many questions are asked per day? In one post, I read that due to the low number of questions per day this site is still beta. Just curious about the number of questions per day. Due to the new rule, a person gets 10 points if someone upvotes his question. So there must be an increase in the number of questions per day. How can I know this?

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    Hello, you can check on Area51. It is 12 questions per day now. – Mr_Green Jun 1 at 8:25
  • @Mr_Green thank you so much. It looks like the site is doing well except in one area, which is the percentage of answered questions. That needs improvement. Is this because of only this point the site is still beta? Why the site is still beta is answered a few years back. Now, why we are still beta? – Amritendu Mukhopadhyay Jun 1 at 11:48
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    Perhaps. we'll ultimately get the promotion based on the age factor, just like the other beta of Islam.SE got, I guess. – peace Jun 1 at 13:57
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    @AmritenduMukhopadhyay As per my understanding, there are some issues with community mods to handle the graduations - There isn't much clarity on this to this community. Also, as Vivikta mentioned it might take one more year to be eligible for graduation irrespective of the statistics, as being a religious site. – Mr_Green Jun 1 at 15:50

Stack Exchange Data Explorer (SEDE) is a good way to get various statistics. (Although you'll need to write an SQL query using the available database - or find a query written by somebody else.)

So there must be an increase in the number of questions per day. How can I know this?

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As mentioned in the comments, some basic stats are available on Area51. And for graduate sites, one can see them in the list of all sites. Users with access to site analytics (which is 25k on graduate sites and 5k on beta sites) can also see there some stats about traffic, number of posts and number of votes.

  • Thank you so much. I was actually looking for this. I can see the graph. I can customize it. Wonderful. – Amritendu Mukhopadhyay Jun 2 at 5:21

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