Hello everybody,

I wanted to know how Xonotic was doing over time so I decided to take snapshots of http://stats.xonotic.org/. I then used the two introductory lines to make some 'nice' graphs in Python. Here's the result:

I hope it's OK if I keep doing this but considering this is all publicly available data, there should be no problem.

If anyone's interested, the project is here. You can notice a lot of missing data points in the graph. That's because I don't want to keep my PC on just because of this.

Also, this is my first post on the forums and first matplotlib graph, bear with me
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I wanted to know how Xonotic was doing over time so I decided to take snapshots of http://stats.xonotic.org/. I then used the two introductory lines to make some 'nice' graphs in Python. Here's the result:

I hope it's OK if I keep doing this but considering this is all publicly available data, there should be no problem.

If anyone's interested, the project is here. You can notice a lot of missing data points in the graph. That's because I don't want to keep my PC on just because of this.

Also, this is my first post on the forums and first matplotlib graph, bear with me