The numbers related for the transactions are for the month of april 2011 and don’t included results prior to this period.
Also, “Analist” noted in the comments there’s a mistake in the numbers compared to the graph, the age group 18-29 is actually 49.6% instead of 4.5% which was obviously a copy paste.
Clearing up another confusion, in this infographic we used the Indonesian numeric notation in which a “.” is a thousand separator and “,” is the decimal sign. So the transaction value for instance is Rp. 1,465 trillion which equals Rp.1.454 billion
Just in case you missed it, based on research done by Founderspeak, Focus made a great infographic with some interesting statistics about startups and their founders. CHECK IT!!
Morris Kline once said “Statistics are the mathematical theory of ignorance”, well that may be true but in our business we love statistics. Sure, statistics are almost always subjective but they let us come as close to the truth as possible and give us some guidance if what we’re doing actually has the desired effect.
Nuff said! Here are the latest statistics regarding the top 50 countries on Internet and their connection speeds. Indonesia, which is #16 in the world based on the number of Internet users is on the 48th place in this top 50. So to all Internet startup entrepreneurs and developers in Indonesia we say make sure your application is lean and mean enough to still provide a pleasant user experience, it might just be the edge you need to beat your (foreign) competitors!
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