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In the tradition of jZed's Distribution of Levels and Writeups and since there are new levels at perlmonks, I tried to hack my way through OverallStats and got these pretty pictures :

Registered Users

         A
        BCD
       DEFGG
      HHHHHII
     IIIIIIIII
    IIIIIIIIIII
   IIIIIIIIIIIII
  IIIIIIIIIIIIIII
 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Writeups

         A
        AAA
       AAAAA
      AAAAAAA
     AAAAAAAAA
    AAAAAAAAAAA
   AAAAAAAAAABBB
  BBBBBBBBCCCCCCC
 CCCCCCCCCCCCCDDDD
DEFGHIIIIIIII
One letter = 1% 

With the letters representing the following levels :

A  28 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13
B  12 11 10
C  9 8
D  7 6
E  5
F  4
G  3
H  2
I  1
Well it's not really different but it's not quite the same either ! I did this with a Perl script you know, but i didn't really double check the results like where should the rounding ups go or anything ... i just like multi coloured pyramids ... i mean don't base anything serious on this ;)
zlr_

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