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Just out of curiosity...

Question: Which "nice question" (i.e., one with a score of 10 or more) has the highest votes/views ratio?

The highest votes/views ratio I found was Hyperbolic critters studying Euclidean geometry with a whopping 6.36%.

(Is there an easy way to find this?)

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marked as duplicate by Douglas S. Stones, draks ..., Davide Giraudo, Alexander Gruber, JSchlather Mar 7 '13 at 15:18

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There are some data.SE queries, e.g. this one. You can also run it for other sites, e.g. our meta.

If you want, you can try to create your own queries. (You have to keep in mind that the data there are from the last dump which is already a few months old. What I was able to find about schedule of data dumps is this thread.)

Within the last data dump, the query returns this question (for MSE): Do we really know the reliability of PrimeQ[n] (for $n>10^{16}$)? Votes per view ration is calculated as 0.245 from 23 upvotes and 93 views. (Obviously, the numbers have changed a little since then.)

I am not sure I understand the code of that query, since I don't see there PostTypeId=1. AFAIK this would correspond to selecting only questions and not all posts. (But I know very little about SQL and about data.SE, so the fact that I don't understand it should not be that surprising.)

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for that; I haven't encountered that site before. $\endgroup$ – Douglas S. Stones Oct 19 '12 at 7:05
  • $\begingroup$ This really does highlight some good questions! $\endgroup$ – Douglas S. Stones Oct 20 '12 at 3:03
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    $\begingroup$ PostTypeId=1 is not needed because only questions have a number entered in the ViewCount column. $\endgroup$ – user147263 Apr 11 '15 at 2:21

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