The viral popularity of the Song Chart Meme gives me hope that I'm not alone in my stat rat and word nerd obsession.
There are over a dozen bizarre ways to track, plot and chart our daily activities. Amateur YouTube celebrities can pinpoint the exact moment their viewers lose interest with YouTube's video metrics. And Twitter-obsessed lifecasters can use Xefer to analyze their habits.
Some charts are more silly than serious. Career Junction utilized the talents of some serious doodlers for a print ad campaign. And Fleshmap Charts examines how different parts of the body are portrayed in music videos.
Check out some of my favorites from the Song Chart Meme in the gallery (can you guess them all?), then look through the cluster for ways to indulge your stat rat tendencies.
From Graphs of Pop Lyrics to Twitter Obsession Tracking
Track, Compare, Share Trends
Booming Blog Stats
120,000 Blogs Started Today, Same Tomorrow
Presidential Election 2.0
Picking Winners With Google Trends
Twitter Stat Tools
Xefer Analyzes Usage & Habits
Necklace Tracks the Pills You Pop
Trace Me Luggage Tracker
Geeky USB Speedometer
Mouse Tracks WPM
"Ring Me Up" Tracks Your Purchases
3 Signs It's Time to Change Jobs
Career Junction Ad Campaign
Misheard Pop Lyrics Chart
Sting is #1 of 10 Worst Misquoted Lyrics
Body Parts Sung In Different Musical Genres
Drink Price Stock Market
Trader Bar Drink Prices Fluctuate Throughout the Night
Celebrity Home Rental Spoofs
Will Ferrell's Landlord Tops 2007 Charts (2 VIDEOS)
Visual Election Polls
University of Utah Makes the Pie Chart Interactive
Graphic Day Planners
The Muji Chronotebook