I have recently mentioned generating geocaching statistics at My Geocaching Profile and Project-GC. The former requires you to generate a new stats file to upload -- which you can do at most every three days. The latter updates automatically, but only once a week. So what's to do if you have a new milestone to blog about, and you can't get either of these updated?
Well, I recently discovered that Geocaching.com has its own stats section of the profile for premium members. It's updated automatically when you find new caches. So, I recently found a cache with a difficulty rating of 1.0 and a terrain rating of 2.5. Here it is on my chart:
I particularly like the "Way to 81" part, which not only identifies the first cache found with a particular combo, but also tells you how many days you've gone between adding a new combination. But! I won't have combo #18 listed until this weekend. That's because I haven't felt like paying them the $23/year for Project-GC membership. Given my caching rate, I don't think that'd be money well-spent. What is my caching rate, Geocaching.com?
The Geocaching.com stats page is fairly basic -- no county-by-county breakdowns, for example. I think that's not surprising -- the main purpose of the site is geocaching itself, not the side games enabled by statistics. I am a little bit surprised, however, that some of the formatting seems off.