Studying Python release adoptions by looking at PyPI downloads
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Analysis of version adoptions on PyPI

We get publicly available PyPI download statistics on Google BigQuery using pypinfo.

Here is the repo for the open-source code pushing the pypi stats to BigQuery.


First you need to get an access to PyPI's BigQuery, by following pypinfo procedure.

Then there's two main invocations, first fetch the data using:

python --fetch

Then plot it using:



Percentage of downloads

Number of downloads