Technologies with less than 10% awareness not included. Each ratio is defined as follows:
- Retention: would use again / (would use again + would not use again)
- Interest: want to learn / (want to learn + not interested)
- Usage: (would use again + would not use again) / total
- Awareness: (total - never heard) / total
This chart splits positive (“want to learn”, “would use again”) vs negative (“not interested”, “would not use again”) experiences on both sides of a central axis.
Bar thickness represents the number of respondents aware of a technology. Click on the individual label to see more details.
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