Recently I started focusing on older unanswered questions, and I realized that today we reached 999 questions with no answers and I find this repdigit number (German: Schnapszahl) worth mentioning or celebrating.
Anyhow, my main question is: With no access to site statistics can I somehow determine the answer ratio on Astronomy Stack Exchange of 1.6 myself?
I have the overall number of question (10566), the ones with no upvoted or accepted answers (1077), and the one with no answer at all (999). This looks like an underdetermined equation, so I would love to see a histogram of how many questions have 0, 1, 2, 3, ... answers. Just out of curiosity and since I love statistics.