For kicks, I decided to look at my listening statistics, from last.fm, for the past year to see if there are any assumptions that I can draw about myself from it. The raw data is found in the chart below. In case you aren't familiar with a genre of music, the broad group that genre is part of is also listed. Besides the normal data, I also included a column to show if an artist listed is "Christian" or "Secular".
|Death Cab for Cutie||172||Indie||Rock||N|
|Vitamin String Quartet||155||Instrumental||Classical||N|
|The All-American Rejects||112||Rock||Rock||N|
|Flatfoot 56||111||Celtic Punk||Rock||Y|
|Reel Big Fish||110||Ska||Rock||N|
|All Time Low||103||Pop-punk||Rock||N|
|The Beatles||98||Classic Rock||Rock||N|
|The Wonder Years||68||Pop-punk||Rock||N|
|Pickin' On Series||65||Bluegrass||Country||N|
|The Beach Boys||59||Classic Rock||Rock||N|
|Bowling for Soup||57||Pop-punk||Rock||N|
|I Fight Dragons||51||8-Bit||Electronica||N|
|The Hold Steady||48||Indie||Rock||N|
The thing that gets me, is the broadness of the genres, this year. In the past, my top artists could be described as some form of rock music, mostly from the punk family of genres. This year, there is an introduction of country (4), classical (2), and electronica (2) artists. The majority of the artists I listened to this year are no longer explicitly christian. This year has been a change in my music tastes.
My listens have been dominated by two artists: Pete Seeger and meWithoutYou (shown in orange below). Of my top arists, the average number of plays was 142 and the standard deviation was 163.
Without the two outliers, the graph appears to be more liner, does not follow power laws, and has a respectable R-Squared value. The average was 106 and the standard deviation 43.
 The genre is, for the most part, the highest ranked tag for each artist on last.fm. The group comes entirely from my own thoughts. [↩]
 I had a thing for Christian music in Jr High and High School. Don't ask. The bluegrass artists have question marks because they play christian hymns but seem to exist outside of the christian-secular dichotomy of popular music. [↩]
The graphs and data are released under the WTFPL V.2.