This site uses real time queries of Arne's fantastic ClickHouse db which means the numbers are always current.
Balloon telemetry is excluded from the calculations. Suspected bad decodes (lone spots) can be excluded using the [advanced search] panel.
WSRP Challenge and Jim Lills List both automatically remove lone spots that are only reported by one station as probable bad decodes.
That's a good option for HF but not so good for VHF/UHF sporadic E and on this site the choice is yours.
Advanced search - two options
1) Add an extra clause to the SQL "where" query:
Click the [advanced search] button to open the advanced search panel.
An example query to copy and paste: and substring(rx_loc,1,1) in ['A','M','Q'] Tick the 'apply advanced query' checkbox and trigger a new search: Click the [ 24 hours to midnight UTC ] button (or other time period buttons).
Save searches by clicking save and restore. More SQL info here wspr.rocks/livequeries
2) Save a group of locators to search for:
Open the browser console.
On any page but 'band' hold down the altKey/optionKey and click each locator you want to save.
The console view shows them being collected. When finished collecting, click any 'time' button, eg. 'Midnight to now UTC'
A fresh query returns results for the locators in your collection. The collection is saved between pages and reloads.
To clear the collection hold down the Windows/command key and click any locator in the locators column.
•click column headings to sort •click callsign for band summary •click table cells for unique & band spots •click => copy table data to clipboard