Last year we gathered as many open source, web-based predictions we could find, for further analysis. As 2012 ends, it is time to go back to them and see what we can learn from them.
This post is a first step as it presents the material gathered as a public usable database, that can be accessed and downloaded as a Google spreadsheet through Google drive. The text of each prediction has been subdivided in as many statements as necessary to allow for evaluation. However, the original text has, most of the time, not been changed to make sure not to introduce unintentional biases.
As a first result, the issues identified in 2011 as worthy of being mentioned in predictions for 2012 are displayed in the graph below.