Friday, 1 February 2013

NIALM interest worldwide

Without attending an international conference, it can be hard to get an idea for how localised the interest in a technology might be. To this end, I've shared the following map of the visits to this blog over the last two years:
where dark green countries represent the most hits and white countries represent no hits.

The two darkest countries are the United States and the United Kingdom by a long a way, which doesn't particularly surprise me. The next band of interest seems to be from western Europe, Canada, Russia, India and Australia. I think this represents the nationalities of most of the people I've met and that of authors of papers I've read fairly well.

I know that colouring countries isn't an ideal representation of interest over a geographical area, but I didn't want this to turn into an exercise in statistics.

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