Inline analytics on Facebook Pages April 4, 2011 In posts Stats appear where they’re contextually relevant. Useful. #analytics #design #Facebook #ideas #publishing #reading interfaces Michelle’s first day at Yelp! 10 useful resources about data visualization 4 Comments Andrew Spittle April 4, 2011 Reply That’s slick. Beats having a separate stats page in some ways. I assume the .21% Feedback is a combination of Likes, comments, and shares? Daniel Bachhuber April 4, 2011 Reply No idea, but that sounds like a logical guess to me. I want WordPress.com Stats to add individual page stats to my admin bar… Daniel Bachhuber April 4, 2011 Reply Also, if WordPress.com Stats supported multisite, that would be wicked awesome. Andrew Spittle April 4, 2011 Reply Agreed on both ideas. The spark graph in 3.1 will show your site total for 48 hours but it would be cool to adjust that on a per post or per page basis. Leave a Reply Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Join the conversation via an occasional emailGet only replies to your comment, the best of the rest, as well as a daily recap of all comments on this post. No more than a few emails daily, which you can reply to/unsubscribe from directly from your inbox. Related Posts Whoa, AppleTV The proposal Make your pitch at PDXWP Demo Night Which journalists have the best portfolio websites and what are they using?