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Following is a summary of articles spanning a 7 day period,
beginning at 12 Dec 2003 05:22:35 GMT and ending at
19 Dec 2003 04:09:06 GMT.

Notes
=====

- A line in the body of a post is considered to be original if it
does *not* match the regular expression /^\s{0,3}(?:>|:| \S+>|\+\+)/.
- All text after the last cut line (/^-- $/) in the body is
considered to be the author's signature.
- The scanner prefers the Reply-To: header over the From: header
in determining the "real" email address and name.
- Original Content Rating (OCR) is the ratio of the original content
volume to the total body volume.

Totals
======

Posters: 279
Articles: 981 (172 with cutlined signatures)
Threads: 298
Volume generated: 2132.4 kb
- headers: 965.4 kb (16,490 lines)
- bodies: 1091.6 kb (33,638 lines)
- original: 594.9 kb (19,506 lines)
- signatures: 74.5 kb (2,568 lines)

Original Content Rating: 0.545

Averages
========

Posts per poster: 3.5
median: 2 posts
mode: 1 post - 134 posters
s: 6.2 posts
Posts per thread: 3.3
median: 2.0 posts
mode: 1 post - 84 threads
s: 4.1 posts
Message size: 2225.9 bytes
- header: 1007.7 bytes (16.8 lines)
- body: 1139.5 bytes (34.3 lines)
- original: 621.0 bytes (19.9 lines)
- signature: 77.7 bytes (2.6 lines)

Top 10 Posters by Number of Posts
=============== =============== ===

(kb) (kb) (kb) (kb)
Posts Volume ( hdr/ body/ orig) Address
----- -------------------------- -------

62 97.6 ( 59.0/ 38.4/ 27.7) Tony Toews <tt****@teluspl anet.net>
52 122.4 ( 53.8/ 68.5/ 35.0) "Larry Linson" <bo*****@localh ost.not>
29 68.1 ( 32.3/ 35.9/ 9.6) "TC" <a@b.c.d>
27 66.9 ( 30.0/ 36.9/ 17.0) ra***@hiddenval ley.com
21 49.0 ( 20.7/ 28.3/ 7.0) Tom van Stiphout <to*****@no.spa m.cox.net>
21 48.9 ( 23.8/ 25.1/ 10.1) "PC Datasheet" <sp**@nospam.co m>
21 37.5 ( 17.9/ 18.7/ 12.6) Trevor Best <bouncer@localh ost>
18 37.6 ( 16.0/ 21.6/ 6.8) Trevor Hancock <An************ ****@See.Commen t.Header>
18 42.8 ( 17.5/ 22.8/ 10.5) David W. Fenton <dX********@bwa y.net.invalid>
15 27.7 ( 13.3/ 12.7/ 7.7) "Rick Brandt" <ri*********@ho tmail.com>

These posters accounted for 29.0% of all articles.

Top 10 Posters by Volume
=============== =========

(kb) (kb) (kb) (kb)
Volume ( hdr/ body/ orig) Posts Address
-------------------------- ----- -------

122.4 ( 53.8/ 68.5/ 35.0) 52 "Larry Linson" <bo*****@localh ost.not>
97.6 ( 59.0/ 38.4/ 27.7) 62 Tony Toews <tt****@teluspl anet.net>
68.1 ( 32.3/ 35.9/ 9.6) 29 "TC" <a@b.c.d>
66.9 ( 30.0/ 36.9/ 17.0) 27 ra***@hiddenval ley.com
49.0 ( 20.7/ 28.3/ 7.0) 21 Tom van Stiphout <to*****@no.spa m.cox.net>
48.9 ( 23.8/ 25.1/ 10.1) 21 "PC Datasheet" <sp**@nospam.co m>
44.1 ( 11.2/ 32.8/ 8.6) 12 "Colleyvill e Alan" <ae***********@ nospam.comcast. net>
42.8 ( 17.5/ 22.8/ 10.5) 18 David W. Fenton <dX********@bwa y.net.invalid>
42.3 ( 18.5/ 23.8/ 13.6) 15 MGFoster <me@privacy.com >
37.6 ( 16.0/ 21.6/ 6.8) 18 Trevor Hancock <An************ ****@See.Commen t.Header>

These posters accounted for 29.1% of the total volume.

Top 10 Posters by Volume of Original Content (min. five posts)
=============== =============== =============== =============== ==

(kb)
Posts orig Address
----- ----- -------

52 35.0 "Larry Linson" <bo*****@localh ost.not>
62 27.7 Tony Toews <tt****@teluspl anet.net>
27 17.0 ra***@hiddenval ley.com
15 13.6 MGFoster <me@privacy.com >
21 12.6 Trevor Best <bouncer@localh ost>
18 10.5 David W. Fenton <dX********@bwa y.net.invalid>
21 10.1 "PC Datasheet" <sp**@nospam.co m>
13 9.9 "deko" <dj****@hotmail .com>
9 9.7 Chuck Grimsby <c.*******@worl dnet.att.net.in valid>
29 9.6 "TC" <a@b.c.d>

These posters accounted for 26.2% of the original volume.

Top 10 Posters by OCR (minimum of five posts)
=============== =============== =============== =

(kb) (kb)
OCR orig / body Posts Address
----- -------------- ----- -------

1.000 ( 3.6 / 3.6) 5 Dos Lil <do****@hotmail .com>
1.000 ( 4.9 / 4.9) 10 "Allen Browne" <Al*********@Se eSig.Invalid>
1.000 ( 1.8 / 1.8) 5 "Adrian" <No****@hotmail .com>
1.000 ( 1.5 / 1.5) 6 "Scott McDaniel" <sc***@no.spam. thedatabaseplac e.net>
0.966 ( 4.3 / 4.4) 9 "Danny J. Lesandrini" <dl*********@ho tmail.com>
0.906 ( 9.4 / 10.4) 5 MLH <CR**@NorthStat e.net>
0.898 ( 2.8 / 3.1) 13 "Michael \(michka\) Kaplan [MS]" <mi*****@online .microsoft.com>
0.890 ( 5.3 / 6.0) 13 "Wayne Morgan" <co************ *************** @hotmail.com>
0.823 ( 4.5 / 5.5) 5 "Tom Wickerath" <AO************ ***********@com cast.net>
0.760 ( 2.5 / 3.3) 6 "Soryt" <di**@wp.pl>

Bottom 10 Posters by OCR (minimum of five posts)
=============== =============== =============== ===

(kb) (kb)
OCR orig / body Posts Address
----- -------------- ----- -------

0.393 ( 1.9 / 4.9) 5 Jim Allensworth <Ji****@NOTdata centricsolution s.com>
0.324 ( 3.3 / 10.1) 9 "Van T. Dinh" <Va***********@ discussions.mic rosoft.com>
0.316 ( 6.8 / 21.6) 18 Trevor Hancock <An************ ****@See.Commen t.Header>
0.285 ( 3.0 / 10.7) 7 hi**********@ra nch.com
0.269 ( 3.7 / 13.6) 9 "Terry Kreft" <te*********@mp s.co.uk>
0.267 ( 9.6 / 35.9) 29 "TC" <a@b.c.d>
0.264 ( 4.5 / 16.9) 8 "MacDermott " <ma********@nos pam.com>
0.261 ( 8.6 / 32.8) 12 "Colleyvill e Alan" <ae***********@ nospam.comcast. net>
0.252 ( 3.7 / 14.6) 5 Anonymous Sender <an*******@rema iler.metacolo.c om>
0.246 ( 7.0 / 28.3) 21 Tom van Stiphout <to*****@no.spa m.cox.net>

51 posters (18%) had at least five posts.

Top 10 Threads by Number of Posts
=============== =============== ===

Posts Subject
----- -------

30 BEWARE LINKS POSTED FROM ANONYMIZERS!
25 Protecting your work
22 Jet or MSDE
19 Cleanup with Erase after Split?
14 Access 2000 Missing Wizards
14 Get actual text of error trapped by Form_Error?
12 Use Access 97 or Access 2003
11 Assistance needed with a small piece of code
11 Update Your Front End on the Network Easily
10 Update MS Access table from another table

These threads accounted for 17.1% of all articles.

Top 10 Threads by Volume
=============== =========

(kb) (kb) (kb) (kb)
Volume ( hdr/ body/ orig) Posts Subject
-------------------------- ----- -------

65.4 ( 22.6/ 39.7/ 8.4) 19 Cleanup with Erase after Split?
62.7 ( 25.1/ 37.2/ 22.7) 22 Jet or MSDE
55.0 ( 32.7/ 21.4/ 11.0) 30 BEWARE LINKS POSTED FROM ANONYMIZERS!
47.7 ( 25.8/ 20.3/ 11.6) 25 Protecting your work
37.8 ( 10.7/ 27.1/ 8.7) 10 Another SQL Question - Update Value with Column Name
37.0 ( 7.0/ 26.2/ 8.9) 6 David Fenton is a valued member of this newsgroup
31.2 ( 7.1/ 12.4/ 2.1) 7 CompactDatabase fails with Invalid Argument error
30.9 ( 13.4/ 16.1/ 7.1) 14 Get actual text of error trapped by Form_Error?
27.1 ( 7.8/ 19.1/ 9.5) 8 Is there a trick to not have a cross-tab query sort the column headings?
26.9 ( 9.2/ 17.7/ 4.5) 9 Access 97 Complication

These threads accounted for 19.8% of the total volume.

Top 10 Threads by OCR (minimum of five posts)
=============== =============== ===============

(kb) (kb)
OCR orig / body Posts Subject
----- -------------- ----- -------

0.891 ( 4.6/ 5.1) 8 Access 2002 Comments
0.853 ( 4.0/ 4.7) 5 How do I?
0.839 ( 7.1/ 8.5) 7 Different Versions of Access on Same Computer
0.820 ( 6.0/ 7.3) 5 Beginner: Can a form edit identical data from more than one table?
0.792 ( 9.7/ 12.3) 6 Parsing some text data into records...
0.767 ( 1.8/ 2.3) 6 A2K2 AllowAdditions
0.724 ( 4.8/ 6.6) 6 <<HELP>> Getting rid of part of a text field
0.717 ( 2.1/ 2.9) 7 What this query return ERROR?? :(
0.635 ( 2.4/ 3.9) 6 Register a dll
0.624 ( 3.1/ 4.9) 7 Creating report using ASP with MS-Access

Bottom 10 Threads by OCR (minimum of five posts)
=============== =============== =============== ===

(kb) (kb)
OCR orig / body Posts Subject
----- -------------- ----- -------

0.370 ( 1.4 / 3.7) 5 Group is getting dirty. Where's our Netiquette?
0.346 ( 4.4 / 12.7) 9 a2k - weird code behaviour I can't explain...
0.342 ( 8.9 / 26.2) 6 David Fenton is a valued member of this newsgroup
0.320 ( 8.7 / 27.1) 10 Another SQL Question - Update Value with Column Name
0.306 ( 1.9 / 6.1) 5 Beginner: Open Main Switchboard Item in Datasheet view?
0.305 ( 1.8 / 5.8) 7 Control Of What Is Printed In Page Footer
0.253 ( 4.5 / 17.7) 9 Access 97 Complication
0.237 ( 4.2 / 17.5) 6 Referring to a variable field using SQL
0.210 ( 8.4 / 39.7) 19 Cleanup with Erase after Split?
0.165 ( 2.1 / 12.4) 7 CompactDatabase fails with Invalid Argument error

53 threads (17%) had at least five posts.

Top 10 Targets for Crossposts
=============== ==============

Articles Newsgroup
-------- ---------

8 microsoft.publi c.access.querie s
5 microsoft.publi c.access.gettin gstarted
4 microsoft.publi c.access
4 microsoft.publi c.access.forms
3 microsoft.publi c.access.securi ty
3 microsoft.publi c.access.formsc oding
2 microsoft.publi c.access.tables dbdesign
2 microsoft.publi c.office.access .formscodin
2 microsoft.publi c.office.access .forms
2 microsoft.publi c.access.adp.sq lserver

Top 10 Crossposters
=============== ====

Articles Address
-------- -------

6 "MacDermott " <ma********@nos pam.com>
6 "Marius Kaizerman" <ma****@kaizerm an.org>
4 sportsfntc <sp********@yah oo.com>
2 "Michael Hanlon" <mh*****@person ainternet.com>
2 Tom Ellison <te******@jcdoy le.com>
2 "Mark Phillipson" <mp*********@bt openworld.com>
2 Yura Zavaliy <bt*@ck.ukrtel. net>
2 "Larry Linson" <bo*****@localh ost.not>
2 "PC Datasheet" <sp**@nospam.co m>
2 "Roberto Spier" <in**********@i nvalid.com>

Nov 12 '05 #1
1 2166
edo <no****@cryptor ebels.net> wrote:
Top 10 Posters by Volume
============== ==========

(kb) (kb) (kb) (kb)
Volume ( hdr/ body/ orig) Posts Address
-------------------------- ----- -------

122.4 ( 53.8/ 68.5/ 35.0) 52 "Larry Linson" <bo*****@localh ost.not>
97.6 ( 59.0/ 38.4/ 27.7) 62 Tony Toews <tt****@teluspl anet.net>


Larry, you need to do more trimming on your postings. <chuckle>

Tony
--
Tony Toews, Microsoft Access MVP
Please respond only in the newsgroups so that others can
read the entire thread of messages.
Microsoft Access Links, Hints, Tips & Accounting Systems at
http://www.granite.ab.ca/accsmstr.htm
Nov 12 '05 #2

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