[OLD] Statistics Forum Knowledge & Guide Library Dear inclined reader, This thread merely serves as a place to gather all the information that has already been compiled in the Statistics Forum FAQ (credit to Psychic Watch for starting up that thread and to all those who submitted) and other places and bring it into one place and one organized top post, where it can be modified easily by a moderator, without having to make reposts of the original thread or post in the that thread. Until the statitics moderator has completed the transition of the current uptodate data, please regard the Statistics Form FAQ as the current uptodate thread. There will also be references to the FAQ. Document status: 18th, June 2007: Currently this thread is a draft. Layout is not fixed. Lot of information from the original thread, not referenced yet. Updates from Orphan Item stats: Addition from Lorven 22th, June 2007: Started with reformatting and adding new information. For those who want to submit information to the open spots: Please only include links to the section you want to supply information to. Quote the section and add information links below Only include information that from sites that can be quoted from according to forum rules. Links to competing sites are NOT allowed. If you still think the submission is important and valid, ask the original poster, if you are allowed to make a repost here, with given credit (again without links to the forum, author and site can be mentioned). Your submitted information is subject to review. Please verify the eligibility of your information before you post, otherwise mention the state of your information and also ask for verification. There are very knowledgable people in this forum who can verify submitted information. Should you discover wrong information, please make a post and note the section. Don't forget to supply the correct information, otherwise your post will be disregarded. Keep this thread civil. No OT here, just facts. Comments on the state of this document are welcome here and in PMs. This is a work in progress. Modified date will be published.