I esentially minored in Statistics while in Graduate School. So it is natural for me to pour over the yearly data at my blog. There were of course some posts that held more interest than others, and of course there were some seasonal trends to what posts were viewed and when.
In the spring and summer the most common viewed posts were about downy mildew. This makes sense as this is the time period when this fungus is most likely a problem in vineyards.
The fall and winter months were dominated by my posts about my firewood and how I build wood piles for drying. This I found very interesting: as wood should be stacked in the Spring to dry and it is in the Spring that these posts would be most optimal for viewing to get the most benefit from them. Checking such posts in the fall is too late, unless one is planning for next Spring.
And of course, the ever so popular post comparing Texas Chily versus Hungarian Porgot. After all, on a cold winter night, there is nothing better than a bowl full of Chily or Porgot.
Less common, but also seasonal, in fall was the increase in visits to my posts on getting the Brix right for proper harvesting of grapes for wine making.
Overall, I am happy that I have, in my small way, helped all those in 2015, and I hope my future posts will also assist and edify many more in 2016.