I figure I may as well make a separate topic for this:

I have made a table detailing how many songs there are for all the series represented via sidebar on NSM. The initial thought behind it was to figure out which game series were justified in having their own categories, and which ones weren't. Though, now it's really a matter of being able to see at a glance how many sheets any given game or series has on NSM. Here's a link to the table:

**NSM Sheet Music Data Table**I have a table for all the series represented, and tables for each individual series & their games.

For the

*All Series* table, column A details the game series, column B details how many games are represented in that series, and column C details the total number of sheets represented in that series. Column D is simply column C divided by column B, giving the average number of sheets per game, and Column E is the median. For columns G and H, they contain the highest and lowest number of sheets for any given game in a series. For example, Ace Attorney's highest number is 13, because

*Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney* has 13 total sheets, the highest number for a game in the Ace Attorney category.

For the other tables, the data that's included is the name of the game (alphabetical order), how many sheets that game has on site, and what percentage each game represents within it's given section. The total number of sheets for a given series is located at the bottom of each table, as well as the game(s) with the highest, lowest & median number of sheets for that section.

If you guys have any suggestions for different things to add to this list, please feel free to let me know. Ideally, I'd like for this table to be useful for as many people as possible, so we can have raw data for decision making, or anything else.

Yeah, that's it. I hope I didn't confuse anybody with these long explanations. I really tried to make them as simple and easy to understand as possible.

idk, I really just like putting things in tables