The following question currently has 19K views.
I'm not so naive as to suppose that 19K different people have looked at it. Clearly some people have looked many times at the same question. What is the distribution though?
Are there - or could there be - statistics for
(a) how many different users have viewed any particular question (as opposed to the raw number of views)
(b) the frequency distribution (anonymous) of multiple views per individual
(c) also relevant - how many users have been active on the site as a whole in a particular period, e.g. January 2019. Given the above stats, this can be used to work out what proportion of active users have looked at a particular question.
I'm curious as to how many users are currently active on Worldbuilding (as opposed to the total of those who have registered since it began).
By a user being active, I literally mean any activity including asking a question, answering, commenting, moderating or in particular simply reading a question.
Maybe this could be determined simply by counting users who logged on during that time.