SIGKDD Membership Statistics

Fiscal Year 1999-2020

 SIGKDD Professional Student Affiliate Designee Total Subscribers
   
 FY 2020 874 69 567 0 1510 3
 FY 2019 980 77 778 0 1835 6
 FY 2018 954 70 510 0 1534 10
 FY 2017 985 96 609 0 1690 10
 FY 2016 964 94 495 0 1553 12
 FY 2015 968 90 386 0 1444 12
 FY 2014 923 83 273 0 1279 11
 FY 2013 867 74 211 0 1152 17
 FY 2012 859 67 308 0 1234 15
 FY 2011 876 96 323 0 1295 32
 FY 2010 855 107 291 0 1253 24
 FY 2009 855 91 229 0 1175 20
 FY 2008 892 90 231 0 1213 15
 FY 2007 883 116 243 0 1242 9
 FY 2006 847 122 262 0 1231 12
 FY 2005 838 149 286 1 1274 8
 FY 2004 807 164 420 0 1391 2
 FY 2003 733 193 230 1 1157 1
 FY 2002 650 206 773 2 1631 2
 FY 2001 546 260 588 0 1394 5
 FY 2000 5356 226 472 0 1233 3
 FY 1999 213 76 95 0 384 1

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