Seriously sexy graphs there. A couple of big player factions are missing since someone (the same someone) keeps editing them in Ross and removing the player tag.
Top graphageIt helps for this chart to keep the first chart of the previous post in mind. This scatter plot shows faction by assets and systems controlled. To show how many factions are "at the same point" (that is, have the same number of systems and assets controlled), the transparent blue circles are used, with the size indicating the volume. This shows that the most common situation for a PMF is to not control any system, nor own any dockable asset.
Not also that a number of large factions are procedural but adopted by player groups, as either official or unofficial PMFs. A faction is included in this analysis when it is marked as a PMF on eddb.io.
If a particular position has only one faction, its allegiance color is shown. Black dots have more than one faction at that spot. Each bubble's size is based on the number of systems controlled.
And in context with the discussion previously on new pmfs getting inserted in the systems occupied by existing one, a bit mendacious. I've twice had to reinstate our own status as a player group and we have enjoyed overnight new pmf appearing!Falsifying information? What a jolly fellow indeed.
What is Ross please Jane? And should I check that my player tag is still there? Ta
Amazing work. This should give us an idea about how many players are involved in bgs. I know inara wings are often full of ghosts but, standing at "larger" pmfs, is it possibile to chart how many players are (or better are been) involved il bgs activities?