The number of visits* to
Nobelprize.org has increased dramatically since the web site was
launched in 1995, from about 12,000 in 1995-96 to 45 million in
Visitors come from all over the world, but mainly
from educational sectors in the United States, Western Europe, and
* Visits: A visit is a series of actions that begins when a visitor views his/her first page from the server, and ends when the visitor leaves the site or remains idle beyond the idle-time limit. A visitor is defined as a unique IP address. However, many visits use proxy servers. All users situated at the same university, company, or ISP using a proxy server will appear to have the same IP address and is counted as one visitor. The number of visits is therefore underestimated.
TO CITE THIS PAGE:
MLA style: "Visitors". Nobelprize.org. 22 May 2013 http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_organizations/nobelmedia/nobelprize_org/visitors/