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Statistics

Activity in the Bioequivalence and Bioavailability Forum. Each section gives the top ten results. Countries are resolved by IP geo­location and ~98% accurate. Data are current with July 5th, 2020 10:07 CEST.

Categories (number of posts, % of total 21,062)

Regulatives / Guidelines
5,047
Design Issues
2,300
Bioanalytics
1,781
General Sta­tis­tics
1,466
Software
1,436
Power / Sample Size
1,432
R for BE/BA
1,379
RSABE / ABEL
  957
Dissolution / BCS / IVIVC
  673
Two-Stage / GS Designs
  644

Categories (number of threads, % of total 4,442)

Regulatives / Guidelines
1,289
Design Issues
  525
Bioanalytics
  449
General Sta­tis­tics
  270
Software
  259
Power / Sample Size
  239
Dissolution / BCS / IVIVC
  164
R for BE/BA
  158
Study Per­for­mance
  148
RSABE / ABEL
  134

Depth (average number of posts/thread, % of maximum 67)

Two-Stage / GS Designs
    9
R for BE/BA
    9
RSABE / ABEL
    7
Study As­sess­ment
    7
Mods and Admins
    6
Surveys
    6
NCA / SHAM
    6
Nonparametrics
    6
Power / Sample Size
    6
Software
    6

Countries at registration (number of users, % of total 1,445 from 82 countries)

India flag
  792
United States flag
   75
China flag
   34
Canada flag
   27
Jordan flag
   26
Egypt flag
   26
Russia flag
   25
Germany flag
   24
Turkey flag
   23
Brazil flag
   21

Posts from country (number of posts, % of total 21,062 from 75 countries)

India flag
5,213
Austria flag
4,940
Germany flag
2,606
United States flag
1,433
France flag
  911
Denmark flag
  733
Russia flag
  693
Sweden flag
  548
Taiwan flag
  503
Spain flag
  362

Posters (number of posts, % of total 21,062)

Helmut
5,033
ElMaestro
1,722
D. Labes
1,231
Ohlbe
  923
John
  807
Nobody
  504
Yung-jin
  496
Dr. Dan
  485
Mittyri
  315
Dr. S. Gunasakaran
  182

Years (number of posts, % of maximum in 2013)

2020
  592
2019
1,301
2018
1,384
2017
1,195
2016
1,118
2015
1,539
2014
2,040
2013
2,321
2012
1,890
2011
1,413

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