Here are the most popular posts of 2015*; as always, a combination of research, education, policy and general ranting. Most of my visitors came from the UK, with the US and Germany not far behind (157 countries in total), with the majority of referrals coming from Twitter and Facebook. The busiest day of the year was 28 November, with lots of traffic to this post from 2013.
Top five posts (only 13 this year, 285 in total):
- The Art of Programming
- A set of books to read in 2015
- Paper submitted to CAV 2015: “Dear CAV, We Need to Talk About Reproducibility”
- New paper: “Top Tips to Make Your Research Irreproducible”
- Mathematical Relationships
Nothing of particular interest in the search terms this year; however, I am delighted to be the fourth hit on Google for the wonderful phrase “eddies in the space time continuum”…
Thank you all for reading! See you back here in 2016.