The JS behind "Most Popular Posts"

Original article: Most Popular Posts list for blogger
In my last article “Most Popular Posts list for blogger,” I presented my version of Chris Riley’s Analytics API workaround. I also promised to go through the JavaScript for those who were interested
The JS
Without further ado, the code:

<div id="popularposts"><noscript>Please enable javascript to view the most [...]

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Most Popular Posts list for blogger

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