Aside from of the posts that got my attention and listed earlier here (some of them are not popular...yet), here are some statistics from the Blogger/Google+1 counters with a personal comment. Let me state also that on average a post gets about 400 to 500 views (figure shown above) from this site directly and it also gets an additional 600 from people that are getting it in their mail everyday. ( Subscribe to Nuit Blanche by Email )

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- Magnetic resonance fingerprinting
**5685**this one is a nice example that I have mentioned several times in subsequent entries. It is also linked from the Nature site where Nuit Blanche is cited as a Scientific Blog. - Sunday Morning Insight: A Quick Panorama of Sensing from Direct Imaging to Machine Learning
**5185**+10, I think we could convert this entry into a book because it should be a pre-required reading for whoever wants to have the big picture in understanding how we grab and make sense of reality. - Sunday Morning Insight: Game of Thrones and the History of Compressive Sensing
**2320**+8, I think depicting several items taking place in this whole movement of discovery with infighting between tribes has a general appeal - Computation of sparse low degree interpolating polynomials and their application to derivative-free optimization
**2256**+4, I don't know why this got some much eye ball. I mean the paper is interesting but I am not sure where the traffic is coming from. - Sudoku, Compressive Sensing and Thermodynamics
**2058**+7 Any time you put Sudoku in the title, people are coming. - Around the Blogs in 78 Summer Hours: Phase transitions, infinite CS and earliest version of phase transitions ?
**1743**+1, this is nice. Other blogs are getting additional exposure ! - Summary of Paris Machine Learning Meetup #5: Genomics and SARAH
**1676**+3, the first subject of that meetup got a lot of interest. - A gut feeling review of 2012.
**1670**+2, anytime you summarized what happened people want to hear about it. - Videos: 2012 IPAM Graduate Summer School: Deep Learning, Feature Learning
**1655**+4, it is always a good thing to be recording your meetings. - That Netflix RMSE is way too low or is it ? ( Clustering-Based Matrix Factorization - implementation -)
**1541**+30, I am ambivalent about this. The author could not figure out what went wrong with his algorithm and I used the word Netflix in the title. Soon enough, one of the readers found the bug and the entry got a lot of exposure. - Sunday Morning Insight: The Map Makers
**1535**+8, the readers and I liked this one it seems. I liked writing it and was scared I would miss some of the most important use of these phase transitions 5if there is one missing please let me know) - AMP: Assembly Matching Pursuit, Metagenomic units (MGUs) discovery through sequence-based dictionary learning - implementation -
**1424**+1, genomics and dictionary learning, what's not to like. - SPASH: Sparse Shape Reconstruction - implementation -
**1424**+5, instead of simple dictionary, why not use 3D shape dictionaries, intriguing. - The Business Side of Sensors, Part Deux
**1320**+3, I've linked ot it often recently to show that sensors arre really at the center of much of this "web innovation" - How to find real-world applications for compressive sensing
**1286**+3, a journey toward mapping the impedance between a certain subject area and compressive sensing. - Implementation: EM-NN-AMP: Recovering Linearly-Constrained Non-Negative Sparse Signals
**1234**+1, an implementation for a non negative, speedy LASSO-like solver made available, who wouldn't want that - Sunday Morning Insight: Faster Than a Blink of an Eye
**1228**+4, we realize that speed is or should be our number one concern. - Sparse FFT implementation: FFAST, Fast Fourier Aliasing-based Sparse Transform
**1137**+7, FFT is such a big deal, sparse FFT should be too.

- That Netflix RMSE is way too low or is it ? ( Clustering-Based Matrix Factorization - implementation -)
**+30**already covered - VMX: Computer Vision for Everyone, a Kickstarter campaign
**+20**interesting project - Signal Recovery from $\ell_p$ Pooling Representations
**+18**a connection with ML and nonlinear CS and the crowd goes wild. - The STONE Transform: Multi-Resolution Image Enhancement and Real-Time Compressive Video
**+11,**the highest CS-only paper. - Tolerance to Ambiguity: Sparsity and the Bayesian Perspective
**+11,**anytime you use Bayesian, there is a constituency for that. - Homomorphic Sketches: Shrinking Big Data without Sacrificing Structure
**+10,**this is close to manifold signal processing. - Sunday Morning Insight: A Quick Panorama of Sensing from Direct Imaging to Machine Learning
**+10**already covered - Tutorial on Sparse Optimization and Applications to Information Processing
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