wow, nice to hear.
there are some stats article / spent on preparation (hours) / score / views / comments :
the interesting thing is that time for preparation doesn't correlate with the score..
I know that time because, I created those articles=)
Out of this discussion, but you will hardly get something from post ID, since some authors regularly create a draft much earlier than publishing post, some are just posting directly. That's exactly why IDs do not correspond to time
it depends on workflow, there are two examples:
I am doing mostly the same, creating posts not here, but in VS Code and later just fixing mistakes in how does it look like and markdown troubles. So it's like created draft and in half an hour it was published. But just yesterday created a draft for post, I am only going to prepare this week
That's because of topic. Some titles do really attract viewers and you get more votes and comments. So the best is statistics of votes, rating and comments normalized by views. Audience is really different for every post