I know it's just a number but there is some Long Distance Blogging behind this figure. It roughly amounts to about a million page views per year. Here are the historical figures:
or about 261,000 unique visits this year which amounts to 745 unique visits per day on average, a number that is consistent with Google's sessions numbers. There are also 800 people who receive the blog posts by Email directly.
Here are some interesting tags developed over the years:
- CS (2279) for Compressive Sensing
- MF (593) for Matrix Factorization
- implementation (408) that features work that has code implementation associated with them.
- ML (322) for Machine Learning
- every month, there is a review of the month's blog entries. They are summarized in the NuitBlancheReview tag (40 so far, so I have been doing this summaries for the past 3 years already)
- The Google+ Community (1652),
- the CompressiveSensing subreddit (1077),
- the Facebook page (115 likes)
- the LinkedIn Compressive Sensing group (3428) or the Advanced Matrix Factorization Group (1100)
- blog announcements are also featured on my twitter handle among other things;
Reference pages include The Big Picture in Compressive Sensing and the Learning Compressive Sensing page as well as the Advanced Matrix Factorization Jungle Page, the Highly Technical Reference Pages - Aggregators.
There are also
- These Technologies Do Not Exist,
- CAI: Cable And Igor's Adventures in Matrix Factorization, and
- the Reproducible Research page
Finally, the Paris Machine Learning Meetup
- Meetup Archives (featuring more than 100 slides presentations and videos -season2 and 3-)
- Meetup.com to register (there are 2945 members, it is the largest ML meetup outside the US, top 3 worldwide in terms of region),
- LinkedIn to post jobs (947),
- Facebook (93 likes)
- Twitter (388 followers)
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