I like data.
I am a data dork.
I enjoy seeing the numbers in all things.
I assume Pinside has an insane amount of interesting pinball data to be able to see trends of what is going on in the community.
Recently I have been observing that it seems some titles that should come around much more often have started to dry up and supply has all but evaporated.
On the other hand, some era of games have gone through dramatic ups and downs in my time of collecting (i.e. Everybody wants game X; usually due to a Pinburgh final featuring it or a nice example at a show)
The ebb and flow and growth of the pinside membership. Lurkers, vs active members, vs how the sire is used could be cool to learn how the hobby has/is evolving.
Robin > do you have this data mined?
Are you a data nerd and have the inside scoop on some flatfiles for fellow data nerds to play with?
Any pinside feature you could share or add for those of us that like data.
Market trends, etc? but using real world numbers.