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Below is an attendance graph for the 2009/10 season. Also shown is the average up to that game, and last season's averages (home and total) up to the same game.
See notes below for further explanations, notes and caveats.
The Dagenham & Redbridge home and away figures were updated after an earlier estimate by the source website had been corrected with the confirmed figure.
Apart from the league-only average these figures also include cup games (not Herts Senior) and any play off semi final.
The following plots are shown:
Home Support: The Blue bars at the bottom. The number of home supporters (but see note below).
Away Support: The maroon bars at the top. The number of away supporters (but see note below).
Combined: Any green bars. This is the total attendance if the away suport (and hence the home support) is not known at the time of preparing. This will usually be shortly after the game. Note that some of the stats above cannot be updated when only the combined average is known. These are the: average home attendance; highest home attendance; lowest home attendance; highest away attendance; lowest away attendance.
Running Average: The pink line. The average total attendance up to that match number.
Last season's average: The yellow line. Last season's average total attendance up to that match number. See note below.
Home Average: The brown line. The average home attendance up to that match number.
Last season's home Average: The green line. Last season's average home attendance up to that match number. See note below.
All averages are the mean.
Where there are more games this season I usually start doubling up some of the previous season's games towards the end, and note from which number this applies (using the same figure two games running). Where there are fewer games this season I usually start skipping some of the previous season's games towards the end, noting which numbers this applies to. I ensure that the last game of each season is used for the final figures.
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