SIGMetrics Membership Statistics

Fiscal Year 1990-2020

 SIGMetrics Professional Student Affiliate Designee Total Subscribers
     
 FY 2020 229 7 20 0 256 8
 FY 2019 256 16 19 0 291 10
 FY 2018 272 25 27 0 324 14
 FY 2017 292 29 22 0 343 16
 FY 2016 299 24 22 0 345 20
 FY 2015 325 36 25 0 386 18
 FY 2014 344 43 31 0 418 21
 FY 2013 351 40 20 1 412 24
 FY 2012 371 18 17 1 407 30
 FY 2011 383 33 24 1 441 44
 FY 2010 390 27 27 1 445 42
 FY 2009 398 36 72 1 507 42
 FY 2008 453 31 28 1 513 45
 FY 2007 440 30 19 1 490 59
 FY 2006 456 38 23 2 519 69
 FY 2005 500 50 19 1 570 60
 FY 2004 512 56 18 0 586 71
 FY 2003 548 67 15 0 630 84
 FY 2002 546 80 13 1 640 96
 FY 2001 565 80 17 0 662 110
 FY 2000 590 93 18 1 702 124
 FY 1999 665 107 16 13 801 132
 FY 1998 764 116 9 18 907 137
 FY 1997 817 125 6 18 966 120
 FY 1996 914 143 5 18 1080 122
 FY 1995 1016 154 5 21 1196 168
 FY 1994 1179 166 10 23 1378 179
 FY 1993 1366 188 12   1566 147
 FY 1992 1473 221 16   1710 165
 FY 1991 1538 238 20   1796 177
 FY 1990 1569 176 64   1809 177

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