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I am active in several beta sites on the stackexchange network. I often go the area 51 page on a beta to see it's progress. But there I can only see the current parameters and not really see the progress (hopefully) made over time.

Is there a way to see the old parameters, or perhaps in a from of a graph over time ?

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Not yet. Brought up here: https://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/128442/how-do-i-know-if-a-beta-stack-exchange-site-is-growing-well and really a bit off topic for this forum. But just to leave the information for others...

Knowing how a site is doing historically, and whether it is trending upward or downward is becoming increasingly important as these sites progress through beta. Area 51 is about to undergo a concerted re-development effort to create a next-generation product. No schedule or details on when/what/how that will happen, but making this type of "progress report" information more obtainable is one of our priorities and it is being looked at.

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Robert's answer is the one you want, but I thought it worth pointing out that there is nothing stopping active members of the community of a particular site from logging the Area 51 stats themselves for tracking. I have been doing this for the Mathematica site and have been posting graphs as a regularly-updated posting on its meta site.

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