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I have a cache in my Hides stats that was hidden on 13th July 2016 and archive on 9th March 2017 (GC6NCE1).  Not the longest lived cache in the world, it was found 36 times.  However, in the stats it shows as zero finds per day.  The cache was around for 239 days so, by my calculations, it should show as 6.64 days per find.

This isn't the only cache in my Hides that shows this issue, I have another hide (GC29QY6) that was active from 22nd May 2010 to 9th March 2017 (2483 days) that shows 0 days per find but I think it should be 9.74.
in Bug reports by Mzebonga (270 points)
edited by Mzebonga

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I don't think that there is a final day on the formula that estimate this rate
by Zoidrums (1.7k points)
even though it would not change the results that dramatically, since it was archived just last month.
Looking at the value for this column for some of my oldest caches that have been archived for a very long time and only were found a couple of times, it's obvious that the archiving date is taken into account.