Statistics - Rates per second

Rate per second (RPS) is the number your statistics increase every second.

It's not hard to work them out. basically you have to divide your statistical data with the number of seconds in the time period the statistical data refers to. It's much easier to understand with an example.

Lets say Google has 2 milion searches every 60 seconds - to find out the RPS we divide 2 milion with 60.
Total Google searches / time period = RPS
2,000,000 / 60 = 33333.33333

If the time frame is a day, a week, a month, or one year, you divide the data with the numbers of seconds in a day, a week, a month or one year.

PeriodNumber of Seconds
One Minute60
One Hour3,600
One Day86,400
One Week604,800
One Month (30 days)2,592,000
One Year31,536,000

List of popular rates per second:

Description RPS
World Population 3.0002744
Google searches 33333.3333333
Songs added on Spotify 0.2333333
Domains registered 1.1666666
Tracks downloaded from iTunes 250
New Wordpress blog posts 5.7833333
New Websites created9.5166666
Walmart transactions283.3333333
New Tumblr photos333.3333333
Emails sent3400000
Photos on Instagram60
Professional searches on Linkedin183.3333333
Amazon Sales1383.3333333
Photos shared on SnapChat1733.3333333
Tweets on Tweeter4633.3333333
Photo Views on Flickr333333.3333333
Minutes connecting on Skype23333.3333333
Posts on Facebook41000
Likes on Facebook30000
Hours of video uploaded on YouTube1.2
Minutes of video uploaded on YouTube72
Seconds of video uploaded on YouTube4320
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On the right side you'll find a notepad widget to help you write down your RPS - the data should carry to the next page you visit.

Sources: qmee blog Wikipedia

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