WordCounter v1.6 Brings Analytics to Your Productivity!

My stats for October 2019. Didn't notice I wrote that many words in emacs.

The WordCounter update to v1.6 is online! It brings the long-awaited statistics module so you can get an overview of your productivity over any period of time. It also comes with a CSV export of the visible data.

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Export and the aggregate numbers will be expanded in future updates. The stats currently supplement the daily calendar history, but the history will be obsoleted as I move the daily details into the analytics part itself.

Here’s what my last 365 days looked like:

My stats for the last year.

When did I write that many words in TextMate?! It’s almost on par with Xcode. I bet it’s mostly for the book update from September …

Focusing on TextMate only for the same period. See the 7000 spring at the end of August?

Turns out that, apart from the time when I churned out the update in TextMate, Xcode was pretty much present every day. It’s a very steady companion, boringly so, even when I look at 2 years of data:

Xcode programming output for the past 2 years.

In early 2018, I was working on The Archive furiously. It’s a greenfield app, so everything I typed was new and paved the way for future structural changes. Nowadays, I have to adhere to the same structure in my code and either replace things carefully, or add to existing code. It’s less a first draft-like writing frenzy and more like a careful surgical operation. Still I’m bummed one can see the change in programming mode before and after v1.0 public release so clearly!

Alright, enough playing around with the numbers. I hope you enjoy this free update and find it as useful as I!

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