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, 15828 supernovae and 61 extragalactic novae were reported.
1978 of these supernovae were named by CBAT,
13796 were given possible supernova designations,
and 54 were not reported to CBAT.
175 supernovae were found in NGC/IC galaxies, 999 were found in named galaxies
131 objects were discovered by amateurs
1 were brighter than 13th Magnitude
94 were brighter than 16th Magnitude
1292 were brighter than 18th Magnitude
1569 Type I supernovae were found
  1355 Type Ia
  34 Type Ib
  41 Type Ic
  138 Type I-pec
438 Type II supernovae were found
  62 Type IIn
  37 Type IIP
  30 Type IIb
  3 Type IIL
  15 Type II-pec
8 LBV (supernova impostors) were found
13752 were untyped
Of the 61 novae that were reported  17 were reported to CBAT and 44 were not
  2 were given official names by CBAT
  39 were found in M31
  5 were found in M81
  5 were found in M33
  43 were untyped


5378 objects were discovered by ZTF (prof) (AT2019zhy)
4687 objects were discovered by PS1 (prof) (AT2019zqr)
2157 objects were discovered by ATLAS (prof) (2019zho)
1149 objects were discovered by ALeRCE (prof) (AT2019vrk)
 968 objects were discovered by Gaia (prof) (AT2019zqw)
 650 objects were discovered by PTF (prof) (AT2019zqf)
 210 objects were discovered by ASAS-SN (prof) (2019ymy)
 192 objects were discovered by DECam-GROWTH (prof) (AT2019tij)
 107 objects were discovered by MASTER (prof) (AT2019zhn)
 107 objects were discovered by OGLE (prof) (AT2019zyw)
  73 objects were discovered by CRTS (prof) (AT2019toy)
  39 objects were discovered by DESGW (prof) (AT2019aabz)
  19 objects were discovered by TNTS (prof) (2019pgo)
  18 objects were discovered by XOSS (Nova M31 2019-12e?)
  16 objects were discovered by Kamil Hornoch et al. (AT2019sxc)
  15 objects were discovered by Koichi Itagaki (2019yvq)
  11 objects were discovered by PMO-Tsinghua Supernova Survey (PTSS) (prof) (2019fzl)
   9 objects were discovered by GSNST (AT2019plm)
   6 objects were discovered by DLT40 (prof) (AT2019udc)
   6 objects were discovered by GOTO (prof) (AT2019wpk)
   6 objects were discovered by GRAWITA (prof) (AT2019qca)
   5 objects were discovered by Dennis Denisenko (AT2019xuq)
   5 objects were discovered by Perez-Fournon (AT2019ttv)
   5 objects were discovered by SAGUARO (AT2019sgn)
   5 objects were discovered by SPitzer InfraRed Intensive Transients Survey (prof) (SPIRITS19br)
   5 objects were discovered by Tim Puckett, Jack Newton, et al. (AT2019kae)
   4 objects were discovered by BraTS (AT2019uni)
   4 objects were discovered by Italian Supernovae Search Project (2019zhs)
   4 objects were discovered by LOSS (prof) (2019pjs)
   3 objects were discovered by Gattini (AT2019rsl)
   3 objects were discovered by Jaroslaw Grzegorzek (2019wzj)
   2 objects were discovered by Berto Monard (AT2019ihd)
   2 objects were discovered by David Sand, Wen-fai Fong, Kerry Paterson, Michael Lundquist (SAGUARO) (AT2019kys)
   2 objects were discovered by Emmanuel Conseil (AT2019pih)
   2 objects were discovered by GLGW (AT2019ytf)
   2 objects were discovered by George Carey (AT2019rsi)
   2 objects were discovered by Stu Parker (2019icv)
   1 objects were discovered by Amaral (AT2019dkc)
   1 objects were discovered by Denisenko (AT2019zrn)
   1 objects were discovered by Lundquist (AT2019vlf)
   1 objects were discovered by Marco Russiani (AT2019bia)
   1 objects were discovered by Masaomi Tanaka, Nozomu Tominaga, Tomoki Morokuma, and Tomo-e Goze (2019cxx)
   1 objects were discovered by Michael Lundquist (AT2019ehj)
   1 objects were discovered by Nicholas Vieira (AT2019aacd)
   1 objects were discovered by Paul Kuin (AT2019sbk)
   1 objects were discovered by Peter Marples, Greg Bock, Pat Pearl (2019mhm)
   1 objects were discovered by Sebastian Gomez, Griffin Hosseinzadeh, Peter Blanchard, Edo Berger (Harvard CfA) (prof) (2019lwy)
   1 objects were discovered by Travis Mong (2019rfi)

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