

Fig. 31 (transition of the number of top page accesses),
Introductory notes
It is cautious of AP (application time) being a front [ NP / (nonapplying time) ].
J is a SonobeLaboratory Japanese site and E is a SonobeLaboratory English site.
the following graph  the same .

[Fig. 31]
Transition of the number of top page accesses
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(b) and the (number of top page accesses) of a (main index statistical table) should show.
NPJ : As opposed to 30 times
APJ: 211 time
(
7.0 fold of beforeapplication of )
moreover
NPE : As opposed to 9 times
APE : 47 times
(
5.2 fold of beforeapplication of )
The fast effect was seen.
since the number of times has counted all here when a top page is perused two or more times alone  " it states and is numberoftimes"
There must be very many sites for which it wishes "I want to increase the number of visitors" attaching an access counter in a top page and grasping the number of visitors.
When it was alike and having been depended, it turned out that the number of visitors of a top page can be increased sharply.
Even if it sees with the number of top page (stating) accesses per one visitor, it is with Fig. 32 (transition of the number of top page accesses / person).
[Fig. 32]
Transition of the number of top page accesses / person
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(c) and (the number of top page accesses / person) of a (main index statistical table) needs to show.
NPJ: As opposed to a 0.12 time/person;
APJ: 0.83 time/person
(
6.9 fold of beforeapplication of )
Again;
NPE: As opposed to a 0.15 time/person;
APE: 0.65 time/person
(
4.3 fold of beforeapplication of )
The fast effect was seen.
that to which the number of visitors which showed the top page includes the sign (T or t) of a top page in an access pattern  namely
dTx+dTT+dTN+dNTx+dNTT+dNTN+dNNT+sTx+sTT+sTN+sNTx+sNTT+sNTN+sNtx+sNtT+sNtN+sNNT
It comes out and counts and is
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.
It is as (d) and the (number of visitors which showed the top page) of a (main index statistical table).
Then, the above "the number of visitors which showed the top page" can measure the ratio (it states and there is nothing then) (01) which showed each visitor the top page by the ratio occupied to the number of visitors.
Fig. 33 (transition of a ratio which showed the visitor the top page),
[Fig. 33]
Transition of a ratio which showed the visitor the top page
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(e) and (the ratio which showed the visitor the top page) of a (main index statistical table) should show.
NPJ: As opposed to 0.087
APJ:0.773(
8.9 fold of beforeapplication of )
moreover
NPE: As opposed to 0.129
APE:0.639(
5.0 fold of beforeapplication of )
The still faster effect was seen.
rough
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Although only ten percent of people usually look at a top page, the top page was able to be shown after application to 6  80 percent of people.
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It can say.
Next, this is analyzed in more detail.

