fun with graphs

Posted by Otis Chandler on October 18, 2007
Some members recently suggested we add the ability to view a histogram of the rating responses for each book. We thought that was a good idea, as we launched the same feature of member profiles a while ago, and its proved one of the best hidden gems of the site (the other being Mer's review of the Da Vinci Code).

Now you can click on any book or author and see a fun graph showing exactly how the ratings broke down. For books the graph takes into account all the combined editions of the book, and for authors it takes into account all books by the author.

Just click on the average rating of any book or author to see it. Enjoy!

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message 1: by Mer (last edited Aug 25, 2016 02:09PM) (new)

Mer Bwaa haa haaa.


message 2: by Arvind (new)

Arvind Kumar If you are a new user of the windows than you have to get problem to manage that how to find wifi password on windows 10 when you can follow this account then you have to get idea to know that the special features i am very happy to see that the whole entire features that can be added in this operating system.

message 3: by Michel (new)

Michel Friesen The histogram is a very special feature that you have recently added to your website. Reading uk writings reviews before help in course work. Because of this astonishing feature, it is easy for the users to approximate the average rating of any book.

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