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These are a few graphs illustrating lending activity on Prosper. Note that all graphs are based on the number of loans in a given month without regard to the size of the loans or total amount loaned.
 
These are a few graphs illustrating lending activity on Prosper. Note that all graphs are based on the number of loans in a given month without regard to the size of the loans or total amount loaned.
   
[[Image:Statistics$[[GradePercentages]].gif]]
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[[Image:Statistics$GradePercentages.gif]]
   
The following graph is based on the same data as the one above, it just groups the number of loans into groups of grades to give a "cleaner look" to it. attachment:[[GroupsOfGrades]].gif
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The following graph is based on the same data as the one above, it just groups the number of loans into groups of grades to give a "cleaner look" to it. [[Image:Statistics$GroupsOfGrades.gif]]
   
[[Image:Statistics$[[NumberOfLoans]].gif]]
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[[Image:Statistics$NumberOfLoans.gif]]
   
[[Image:Statistics$[[DollarsPerMonth]].gif]]
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[[Image:Statistics$DollarsPerMonth.gif]]
   
 
Here are a couple of graphs indicating payoff and late/default activity as well. Keep in mind that the late/default graph is slightly different from pninen's graph since it doesn't include any "repurchased" loans that I'm aware of like his does.
 
Here are a couple of graphs indicating payoff and late/default activity as well. Keep in mind that the late/default graph is slightly different from pninen's graph since it doesn't include any "repurchased" loans that I'm aware of like his does.
   
[[Image:Statistics$[[PaidByMonth]].gif]]
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[[Image:Statistics$PaidByMonth.gif]]
   
[[Image:Statistics$[[LatesByMonth]].gif]]
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[[Image:Statistics$LatesByMonth.gif]]
   
 
The following graph is the same as the one above except it shows all the graphs superimposed on top of one another as if they all started at the same time.
 
The following graph is the same as the one above except it shows all the graphs superimposed on top of one another as if they all started at the same time.
   
[[Image:Statistics$[[LatesByAge]].gif]]
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[[Image:Statistics$LatesByAge.gif]]
   
* ["Data/LatesByMonth" Lates By Month]
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* [[Data/LatesByMonth|Lates By Month]]
 
* Monthly Statistics
 
* Monthly Statistics
** ["Data/200603Loans" March 2006]
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** [[Data/200603Loans|March 2006]]
** ["Data/200604Loans" April 2006]
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** [[Data/200604Loans|April 2006]]
** ["Data/200605Loans" May 2006]
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** [[Data/200605Loans|May 2006]]
** ["Data/200606Loans" June 2006]
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** [[Data/200606Loans|June 2006]]
** ["Data/200607Loans" July 2006]
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** [[Data/200607Loans|July 2006]]
** ["Data/200608Loans" August 2006]
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** [[Data/200608Loans|August 2006]]
** ["Data/200609Loans" September 2006]
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** [[Data/200609Loans|September 2006]]
** ["Data/200610Loans" October 2006]
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** [[Data/200610Loans|October 2006]]
** ["Data/200611Loans" November 2006]
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** [[Data/200611Loans|November 2006]]
** ["Data/200612Loans" December 2006]
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** [[Data/200612Loans|December 2006]]
** ["Data/200701Loans" January 2007]
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** [[Data/200701Loans|January 2007]]
** ["Data/200702Loans" February 2007]
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** [[Data/200702Loans|February 2007]]
** ["Data/200703Loans" March 2007]
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** [[Data/200703Loans|March 2007]]
** ["Data/200704Loans" April 2007]
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** [[Data/200704Loans|April 2007]]
   
 
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Latest revision as of 13:43, 22 March 2009

These are a few graphs illustrating lending activity on Prosper. Note that all graphs are based on the number of loans in a given month without regard to the size of the loans or total amount loaned.

Statistics$GradePercentages.gif

The following graph is based on the same data as the one above, it just groups the number of loans into groups of grades to give a "cleaner look" to it. Statistics$GroupsOfGrades.gif

Statistics$NumberOfLoans.gif

Statistics$DollarsPerMonth.gif

Here are a couple of graphs indicating payoff and late/default activity as well. Keep in mind that the late/default graph is slightly different from pninen's graph since it doesn't include any "repurchased" loans that I'm aware of like his does.

Statistics$PaidByMonth.gif

Statistics$LatesByMonth.gif

The following graph is the same as the one above except it shows all the graphs superimposed on top of one another as if they all started at the same time.

Statistics$LatesByAge.gif