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I have over 200 subscriptions in my Google Reader and I'm reading almost 300 RSS entries everyday. So my problem is to determine most powerful sources for me. So what I need to see is the statistics of my sources. Like daily activity, weekly, monthly.
Also, I want that tool give me my likes, shares based on sources. If I'm not liking or sharing a source, I assume that that's not a valuable source for me, and I want to unsubscribe from that source. So when you have 200+ source, it becomes hard to do it by yourself.

Is there any tool/service or way to do this?

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Google Reader's trends page itself should tell you all that you need.

Google Reader trends

To head to the trends page from Google reader, the sidebar has the link to the trends page

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How do you go to the trend view? – Alex Oct 11 '11 at 9:19
@Alex it's linked to "Google Reader's trends page". Also updated to point out how to reach the trends page – Sathya Oct 11 '11 at 9:27
Ah, OK, I had the Home menu closed and couldn't see the Trends link. Thanks! – Alex Oct 11 '11 at 9:41
welcome, @Alex! – Sathya Oct 11 '11 at 10:48
Thanks Sathya, it helps but i need a little bit detailed stuff more than that. – Mehmet Fatih Yıldız Jun 20 '12 at 19:54

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