Supernova discovery statistics for 2019

These are supernova stastics for the year 2019. If there are other statistics you are interested in, please let me know.
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For the year 2019, 1722 supernovae and 13 extragalactic novae were reported.
219 of these supernovae were named by CBAT,
1448 were given possible supernova designations,
and 55 were not reported to CBAT.
24 supernovae were found in NGC/IC galaxies, 177 were found in named galaxies
21 objects were discovered by amateurs
0 were brighter than 13th Magnitude
17 were brighter than 16th Magnitude
200 were brighter than 18th Magnitude
188 Type I supernovae were found
  149 Type Ia
  2 Type Ib
  9 Type Ic
  24 Type I-pec
43 Type II supernovae were found
  8 Type IIn
  3 Type IIP
  4 Type IIb
  0 Type IIL
  2 Type II-pec
2 LBV (supernova impostors) were found
1470 were untyped
Of the 13 novae that were reported  6 were reported to CBAT and 7 were not
  1 were given official names by CBAT
  8 were found in M31
  2 were found in M81
  1 were found in M33
  10 were untyped


 644 objects were discovered by ZTF (prof) (AT2019bzg)
 380 objects were discovered by ATLAS (prof) (AT2019bzc)
 357 objects were discovered by PS1 (prof) (AT2019avz)
 174 objects were discovered by Gaia (prof) (AT2019bzu)
  61 objects were discovered by CRTS (prof) (AT2019bzi)
  47 objects were discovered by ASAS-SN (prof) (2019btp)
  29 objects were discovered by OGLE (prof) (AT2019bto)
  12 objects were discovered by TNTS (prof) (2019bzb)
   7 objects were discovered by Kamil Hornoch et al. (AT2019bsd)
   6 objects were discovered by MASTER (prof) (AT2019bze)
   5 objects were discovered by Koichi Itagaki (AT2019aif)
   5 objects were discovered by PMO-Tsinghua Supernova Survey (PTSS) (prof) (AT2019brd)
   4 objects were discovered by XOSS (AT2019bqe)
   1 objects were discovered by Dennis Denisenko (AT2019sm)
   1 objects were discovered by George Carey (AT2019agt)
   1 objects were discovered by Marco Russiani (AT2019bia)
   1 objects were discovered by Tim Puckett, Jack Newton, et al. (AT2019bvt)

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