But how do I interpret what these mean?
I've read all through the README file for an explanation, in one section it states:
1. **An advanced and versatile algorithm**: Using a customizable algorithm considering post titles, content, tags, and categories, YARPP calculates a "match score" for each pair of posts on your blog. You choose the threshold limit for relevance and you get more related posts if there are more related posts and less if there are less
I've also looked in the settings page but am still not sure how I can make use of this information. Can you please explain what these two numbers mean given the example I posted in the previous post?
12 what is being matched to 534 what?
and 21 what is being matched to 808 what?
What is the definition of an "active" post? Aren't they all active? Are you saying that there are 808 older posts related to 21 active posts? All this is meaningless to me. Shouldn't it just be matching older posts with the single current post that these appear on?
Sorry if these seem like stupid questions, it's just that I don't understand what these figures are referring to. Do you have a more indepth explanation that you can refer me to?
Just some additional information in case it helps, my match threshhold is currently set on 5 and title, bodies, tags, and categories are all set on "consider".