Supernova discovery statistics for 2010

These are supernova stastics for the year 2010. If there are other statistics you are interested in, please let me know.
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For the year 2010, 585 supernovae and 48 extragalactic novae were reported.
340 of these supernovae were named by CBAT,
0 were given possible supernova designations,
and 245 were not reported to CBAT.
88 supernovae were found in NGC/IC galaxies, 216 were found in named galaxies
151 objects were discovered by amateurs
3 were brighter than 13th Magnitude
49 were brighter than 16th Magnitude
233 were brighter than 18th Magnitude
276 Type I supernovae were found
  229 Type Ia
  15 Type Ib
  32 Type Ic
  11 Type I-pec
134 Type II supernovae were found
  23 Type IIn
  31 Type IIP
  16 Type IIb
  2 Type IIL
  1 Type II-pec
7 LBV (supernova impostors) were found
171 were untyped
Of the 48 novae that were reported  45 were reported to CBAT and 3 were not
  42 were given official names by CBAT
  30 were found in M31
  8 were found in M81
  3 were found in M33
  2 were untyped


 220 objects were discovered by CRTS (prof) (2010lx)
 101 objects were discovered by PTF (prof) (PTF10bfz)
  57 objects were discovered by PS1 (prof) (PS1-10afx)
  51 objects were discovered by LOSS (prof) (2010kv)
  37 objects were discovered by CHASE (prof) (2010lv)
  20 objects were discovered by Kamil Hornoch et al. (Nova M81 2010-12a)
  17 objects were discovered by Tim Puckett, Jack Newton, et al. (2010lp)
  16 objects were discovered by Berto Monard (2010hx)
  13 objects were discovered by LSSSS (2010lo)
  13 objects were discovered by ROTSE (prof) (2010kn)
  11 objects were discovered by Koichi Itagaki (2010kx)
  10 objects were discovered by Tom Boles (2010js)
   5 objects were discovered by Italian Supernovae Search Project (2010lq)
   5 objects were discovered by Koichi Nishiyama (Nova M31 2010-10d)
   5 objects were discovered by MASTER (prof) (SN candidate in SDSSJ124138.20+474742.9)
   4 objects were discovered by Stu Parker (2010jb)
   4 objects were discovered by Xing Gao et al. (prof) (Possible supernova in NGC 5430)
   3 objects were discovered by Doug Rich (2010jj)
   3 objects were discovered by Grzegorz Duszanowicz (2010io)
   3 objects were discovered by Masaki Tsuboi (2010gz)
   2 objects were discovered by Crni Vrh Observatory (2010ga)
   2 objects were discovered by HST (prof) (UDS10Wil)
   2 objects were discovered by K. Nishiyama and  F. Kabashima (Nova M31 2010-01c)
   2 objects were discovered by M. Koishikawa (2010jo)
   2 objects were discovered by Ron Arbour (2010hi)
   2 objects were discovered by S. Mattila and E. Kankare (2010cu)
   2 objects were discovered by SWIFT (prof) (Nova M31 2010-11a?)
   2 objects were discovered by Vadim Burwitz (Nova M31 2010-06c)
   1 objects were discovered by BAT (2010bh)
   1 objects were discovered by Brendan Downs (2010dc)
   1 objects were discovered by CfA high Z search (prof) (Possible Supernova)
   1 objects were discovered by D. Lane, K. Gray, and P. Gray (2010lt)
   1 objects were discovered by David Grennan (2010ik)
   1 objects were discovered by Giancarlo Cortini (2010Y)
   1 objects were discovered by Infrared Supernova Search in Starburst Galaxies (2010hp)
   1 objects were discovered by K. Sárneczky et al. (2010jk)
   1 objects were discovered by Kazan State University Astrotel observatory (Possible supernova K1004-1)
   1 objects were discovered by Martin Henze et al. (prof) (Nova M31 2010-06d)
   1 objects were discovered by Montarrenti Observatory Supernovae Search program (2010dy)
   1 objects were discovered by R. Amanullah et el (2010lw)
   1 objects were discovered by Rafael Ferrando (Nova M31 2010-08a)
   1 objects were discovered by T. Yusa (Nova M33 2010-12a)
   1 objects were discovered by VVV survey (prof) (VVV-WIT-01)
   1 objects were discovered by Vitali Nevski (2010br)
   1 objects were discovered by Wolfgang Pietsch (Nova M31 2010-01d)
   1 objects were discovered by XSHOOTER GTO program (2010ma)
   1 objects were discovered by unknown (Nova M31 2010-10i?)

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