the graph on the profile stats includes hubs published as well as views per day. the data seems to fit perfectly with views but I have no idea how they are arriving at the pages published graph. its not really a problem for me but every time I look at it (I compulsively check stats on things I do) I'm immediately like, hmm 75 times 3 days is... that's not right. also one is a line graph the other is obviously a bar graph.
Basically the hubs published graph is worthless.
P.S. I feel mean now. am I?
Obviously it's because the y axis label is for the views.
In my graph, I have to divide the number by 5 to get the real page created number. If I do that, it matches perfectly. Yours might be a bit different.
But yes, it'd be nice if the y axis did a dual range for view and published hubs, instead of giving only one and having us figure out how the other one is read.
The pages created section of the graph seems to be messed up for me as well, shows me creating hubs during weeks when I have published nothing, but have spent time in the forums, I kind of think that it is actually tracking your hubpages activity rather than Hubs created, but maybe Hubpages can elaborate?
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