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We collaborate with the parks often on a couple of annual cache series.  The park has asked for some metrics on how many cachers have been to the park over a period of time.   Total number of finds is easy, but that is skewed because the totals include Cacher A 50+ times (one for each find).    Manual analysis of the caches is a herculean task.  Is there a way to see how many unique finders of a (bookmarked) series there are?
in Support and help by The_Seed_Spreaders (370 points)

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The answer is "not really, but maybe kind of". ;)

If you have a bookmark list of all the caches in the series you can do a search like this one: http://project-gc.com/Statistics/Top?bml_owner=pinkunicorn&bml_guid=41c0c8a2-6d67-461e-ad70-23aa6b81c4eb&submit=Filter

This shows the top list of who has logged the most caches from the list, and continues all the way down to people who have only logged one. You can click down this list to see how many have found all caches or indeed how many have found at least one (or probably more interesting, some higher limit than just one).

(The example above shows who has logged the most of the caches released during an event I organized a few years ago and was chosen simply because I happened to have a bookmark list handy.)
by pinkunicorn (Moderator) (176k points)
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