Ranking update summary for the week of 2014 04/14 – 04/20

The following rankings have been updated to reflect the full data released this week.

» Weekly sales for 04/14 – 04/20
» 2000-Present, TV Anime Sales over 10k
» TV Anime BD Boxsets over ¥100m
» Box Office Gross, TV Anime Adaptations
» Series Data – Quick View

» 2013 Total Average Sales Ranking
» 2013 Per-volume Sales Ranking
» 2013 Fall Vol. 1 Ranking

» 2014 Total Average Sales Ranking
» 2014 Per-volume Sales Ranking
» 2014 Winter Vol. 1 Ranking

Other posts this week:
» Spring 2014 viewing update #1

On the monthly rankings, the following was added:
AnoHana Movie adds 301 LE DVDs, total 42,879.
K-ON! BD Box adds 740, total 12,586.
Symphogear G v6, final volume, adds 333 BDs, total 8,486. Series average: 8,653.
Chuunibyou Ren v1 adds 253 BDs, total 7,453.
Saki Zenkoku-hen v1 adds 239, total 6,156.

5 Responses to “Ranking summary for the week of 2014 04/14 – 04/20”

  1. Avatar Ulrihs says:

    Why Monogatari 2nd Season total sales in 2000-Present: 10,000+ Sellers list is not updated since first volume? It’s quite odd to see it’s ¥181.3M total with already 6 volumes out.

    • something something says:

      Ahh, formula was pointing to the wrong cell. A cell that was coincidentally almost exactly 1/10th of what it should be! Fixed.

  2. something something says:

    Added the monthly ranking updates to the post. I’d already accounted for this data when doing the yearly/seasonal/etc updates so none of those changed, I’d just not gotten around to adding them to this post.

  3. Avatar Anonymous says:

    I wonder, if monthly rankings boost the sales of a v1, should it count as another week on the seasonal vol. 1 charts? It feels like kind of a vague area…

    • something something says:

      I have considered that before but to keep it simple, I only count normal Top 100 ranked weeks. While you can usually count backwards to determine which weeks a monthly ranking is adding to but whether it’s one or two (almost ever more that that) can sometimes be ambiguous. That is, a title could have ranked normally twice then a monthly list covers weeks 3-4, but it’s unclear if the amount added was across both, or just wk3, with wk4 being below all counted thresholds.

      Also with the way the monthly rankings are reported from two different sources covering different periods and using date ranges that correspond with release of data rather than release of disc, it’s just an extra bit of mental gymnastics I tend not to want to go through to do the conversion.

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