And my full project, Tag Graph Maps of Stack Exchange:
Well, that's going to skew the results beyond usefulness.
The young guys are working on Chrome extensions, JQuery animations, HTML5 and CSS3. There are also several young users of PHP so beware :) .
This is fun to look at but I wouldn't base any conclusions on these averages. Providing histograms for each tag along with some summary statistics such as sample size, min, max, and median would give a lot more transparency into the dataset.
"I mined the Stack Overflow (and related sites) data dumps to extract the social networking accounts of the top users. Each list includes only the users who have social networking links in their profile ..."
Twitter does not contain age, neither does LinkedIn (or at least not show it)
And in facebook you need to jump through loops like user_birthday and friends_birthday. I don't know how to get the birthday of 3rd parties.
To go to any page in google cache: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:<UR...;
I love the fact that "war stories" has the highest average age (of 35).
It's interesting as a list... and I think there's scope to do a visualization that is even more interesting (and also easier to read).
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