Supernova discovery statistics for 2018

These are supernova stastics for the year 2018. If there are other statistics you are interested in, please let me know.
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For the year 2018, 224 supernovae and 2 extragalactic novae were reported.
23 of these supernovae were named by CBAT,
191 were given possible supernova designations,
and 10 were not reported to CBAT.
7 supernovae were found in NGC/IC galaxies, 33 were found in named galaxies
7 objects were discovered by amateurs
0 were brighter than 13th Magnitude
4 were brighter than 16th Magnitude
33 were brighter than 18th Magnitude
19 Type I supernovae were found
  15 Type Ia
  1 Type Ib
  2 Type Ic
  1 Type I-pec
7 Type II supernovae were found
  0 Type IIn
  0 Type IIP
  0 Type IIb
  0 Type IIL
  0 Type II-pec
0 LBV (supernova impostors) were found
192 were untyped
Of the 2 novae that were reported  0 were reported to CBAT and 2 were not
  0 were given official names by CBAT
  2 were found in M31
  0 were found in M81
  0 were found in M33
  1 were untyped


 121 objects were discovered by PS1 (prof) (2018hc)
  62 objects were discovered by Gaia (prof) (AT2018hs)
  13 objects were discovered by ASAS-SN (prof) (AT2018hj)
  12 objects were discovered by CRTS (prof) (AT2018hn)
   7 objects were discovered by ATLAS (prof) (AT2018gx)
   3 objects were discovered by OGLE (prof) (AT2018go)
   1 objects were discovered by Emmanuel Conseil (AT2018gw)
   1 objects were discovered by Italian Supernovae Search Project (AT2018eq)
   1 objects were discovered by Jaroslaw Grzegorzek (2018bi)
   1 objects were discovered by Koichi Itagaki (AT2018gv)
   1 objects were discovered by Patrick Wiggins (2018gj)
   1 objects were discovered by SUNBIRD (2018ec)
   1 objects were discovered by TNTS (prof) (AT2018dt)
   1 objects were discovered by Tim Puckett, Jack Newton, et al. (2018K)

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