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Just for recreational curiosity. Data fetched from BigMonkMap and PerlMonks, as of 7/16/2003. Only monks on the Map were included, so it's a self-selected sample, not a good random sampling. Not sure if the statistics already available somewhere but here they are anyway.

  • Region A: longitude180W - 30W, i.e. Americas, etc.
  • Region B: longitude 30W - 60E, i.e. Europe, Africa, Middle East, etc.
  • Region C: longitude 60E - 180E, i.e. Asia, Oceania, etc.
Region Head count
A
361
B
172
C
20

You should be glad you don't miss out anything no matter where you live...

Region Median XP
A
1130
B
1065
C
1185

... you still get the same mature experienced monks (mature for programmers, that is, many of whom would probably have exhausted to death by 40).

Region Median Age
A
29
B
29
C
27

Just for the fun of it. (Region C has too small a sample size.)

Head Count Median XP
Region Region
Zodiac A B A B
Capricorn
27
5
1474
2179
Aquarius
22
11
1108
1170
Pisces
28
11
839
1434
Aries
15
10
1139
732
Taurus
24
13
851
788
Gemini
18
5
866
372
Cancer
18
9
733
1065
Leo
25
8
1176
1263
Virgo
25
22
1318
1307
Libra
20
4
690
2197
Scorpio
15
8
2117
911
Sagittarius
23
13
776
1141

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