Not sure if it skews the total number of responses Psul, but at the bottom of the census you can click on the 'View Responses' button to get to the compilation.
One caveat, it would have been nice to see one's responses prior to finally submitting them.
Should have scrolled thru after filling out the form, but an intermediate step with just one's own armies would have helped in ensuring that none were missed (thinking back don't recall clicking off on the Palmyrans and don't want to double up if I did).
Still very much appreciate the effort that went into this and the chance to see what armies are out there.
I believe it will let you see the summary after responding, but unfortunately I'm not sure there is a way to get back to that without going through the survey again. However, I do have the responses being sent to a spreadsheet here: Census Responses
Thanks Kaiphranos. That’s a serious amount of data crunching. Well done and thank you for all your efforts.
I guess the census/survey shows that between us, we DBA wargamers have sufficiently diverse interests that we are pretty much “covering all bases”. Either that or (like Pokemon) we “gotta collect ‘em all”. I suspect a significant number of us have a serious obsession with collecting - in my case it’s wargames figures, military books/magazines, true crime & crime fiction, comics, science fiction/fantasy etc…
"Next we have the four books by period. It's a little difficult to see much difference here, though Book II does seem to rise above the other three."
This analysis on your blog is not convincing. Of the ten top book 1 armylists there are only three generic armies: two of New Kingdom Egypt and Seapeople. All other armies either span over to book 2 (Scythian and Thracian for example) or are a variant of a book 2 army (If i have Late Spartans, i can make without much problems early Spartans too).
So it looks like, book 1 has by far the fewest armies and interest.