Wednesday, December 20, 2017

2017 statistics - Siberian (SIB)

Below are the statistics for Siberians (SIB) from Polish FIFe catshows for year 2017.
If you wanna check out statistics for other breeds and years, take a look here.

During 2017 there were total of 351 entries. This is -11.58% less than previous year (2016). There were four litters presented.
 There were more female entries (61%) than male entries (38%).
 Most popular color was n 09 22.
 Below is a table showing the popularity placement for 2017 top 10 colors from past years.
 From the base colors "n" (black) was by far the most popular. 40.74% of all entries were of this color.
 54% of entries did not have any white markings.
 and 22 (blotched) tabby was the most popular.
 The cats were entered to classes as follows. Class 15 is Out of Competition, Class 16 is for litters and class 17 is for veterans.
 and below the same table but showing the distribution of entries per years.
 13.69% of all adult SIB entries (classes 1-10) were neuters.
 Below is a chart showing the distribution of results per show class. There were 2 disqualifications during the year.
 And results overall.
 The table below shows the results as percentages throughout the three years.
 The absence percentage has been on increase and was 12.25% during 2017.
 23.64% of all SIB entries were nominated during 2017.
 6.26% of all SIB entries gained Best in Show result.
 This comes to 26.5% of nominated SIB entries being awarded BIS. 
 9.97% of all SIB entries gained Best in Variety award.
 BIVs were given to colors as follows.
 Most of SIB entries were evaluated by Mr. Cristiano Federico Sandon. This is 5.69% of all SIB entries being assigned to him.
 16.23% of all SIB entries were assigned to Polish judges.
 The chart below shows the amount of SIB entries per month.
 There were more entries on Saturday than Sunday.
 Below chart shows the entries per city of the show.
 And per organizing club.

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