Facebook's IPO filing is chock-full of data, including numerous charts depicting user growth by region. CNET has pulled together some of the key data points from the massive document.
In Facebook's just released S-1 filing the company makes the case of its size and growth. That's kicked off with some simple metrics: how many people are using the site, and what exactly they're doing on it.
Here we've got an update on how many active monthly users the site has, how many likes and comments, how many photos are being uploaded, as well as the number of connections made among all those users.
Click through to see the rest of the company's charts.
In its S-1, Facebook tracked how much revenue it's made since launching, with some of the biggest gains coming in the last three years.
Facebook's currently at 845 million active users monthly, but it wasn't always that way. This chart shows how user activity has grown annually going back to 2004.
In this chart, we see worldwide daily active users (in millions) between March 31, 2009, and December 31, 2011
Here's the same chart from Facebook's S-1 in bar form.
In its filing, Facebook provides a look at its growth going back to 2004. Here you can see what features have been added by what year, and how many monthly active users the site attracted. Click through to see the other half of the chart.
Here's the number of monthly active users compared to features being added between 2008 and 2011.
This chart shows us the worldwide monthly active users between March 31, 2009, and December 31, 2011, all in millions.
Here we get the daily active users (in millions) during the same time period, but just for Asia.
Here we get the daily active users (in millions) during the same time period, but for Europe, topping out at 143 million.
Here we get the daily active users (in millions) during the same time period in the U.S. and Canada.
Finally, we get the daily active users (in millions) during the same time period in the "rest of the world," which Facebook counts as Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Here's a breakdown of Facebook's growth in daily active users by region (in millions).