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Many geocachers don't seem to give favorite points. I would like to see a statistic that showed my ten top logs with the most "finds".
in Feature requests by railroad (610 points)
I do not understand your question. What do you mean by "top 10 logs"?
As an example GC13M78 has 242 Favorite Points but has been found 10,605 times. GCF496 has 1596 Favorite Points but 25,452 finds. There is "Caches with Most Favorite Points" now but I thought it would be fun to see "Caches with Most Finds".  Hope this explains better what I would like to see on the Stats Page.

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Another query you may find interesting is Statistics > cache stats > top favourites (wilson) which scores high if a lot of finds and a lot of favourites.

eg https://project-gc.com/Statistics/TopFavWilson?country=United+Kingdom&region=London&submit=Filter
by the Seagnoid (Expert) (43.9k points)
selected by railroad
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Caches with most finds: see Statistics > Cache Stats > Top logged

For London try https://project-gc.com/Statistics/TopLoggedCaches?country=United+Kingdom&region=London&submit=Filter

You might also like to see who has received the most finds on their caches. For this see Statistics > Hide Stats > Top logs recieved

Which for London is https://project-gc.com/Statistics/TopLogsReceived?country=United+Kingdom&region=London&submit=Filter

You can select any country (or even down to a county), or even leave the country blank for a world-wide query. If you add your profile name to the query in Top Logged caches it will show you which caches you have found. If you add your name to the Top Logged Received, it will show your position in the rankings.
by the Seagnoid (Expert) (43.9k points)
Isn't the request for caches the user has found with the most other logs on them?
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