About Test Results Resources
Test results are grouped by client/browser name and version. Grouping is completed by parsing the client's UserAgent string for each test-result collected. Because of the limitations of UA sniffing some clients may be reported inaccurately; this inaccuracy occurs most commonly with mobile browsers.
"n/a" means the client did not state that it accepted the encoding format being tested. For example: "Accept-Encoding: gzip" for the deflate and zlib tests would return "n/a".
A fraction, such as 32/36, means that there was an inconsistency with the tests for a specific browser. In the 32/36 example, 32 tests were successful out of 36 total tests.
You can click on Browser names as well as fractional results to get the specific UAs run for the tests.