Quote Originally Posted by Aggy B. View Post
But the multiple data points on QueryTracker are highly self-selecting. First, only a portion of all queryers are inclined to report. And of those, there is a further subset that will only report positive outcomes, but not negative ones. (No one likes to talk about rejections.)
Yep, plus you’d get assholes like me who forget to update and so on and so forth. It’s just not a reliable source.

My way of dealing with querying was to assume everything’s an R. Even when I got requests, I’d assume those would also end up as an R. I had a Google Sheets thingy to keep track of how many queries and fulls/partials I had out, and once a month had passed, I’d send out another batch of queries.