The results are shown on the left, where the continents are numbered:-
3: Asia, and
Continent '0' was explained in the post on 'Titled Players and Their Continents'. As for the titles themselves, they are
- International Arbiter
- FIDE Arbiter
- FIDE Instructor
- National Instructor
- Developmental Instructor
- FIDE Senior Trainer
- FIDE Trainer
- International Organizer
All of the categories have more titleholders today than they did two years ago, except for FST, where I previously counted 103. Something is wrong here, so lets do a quick analysis...
FIDE's online list, FIDE Senior Trainer (FST), currently has 150 names compared to the 102 shown in my chart. Similarly, the FIDE page for International Arbiter (IA) lists almost 1900 names compared to my 760. Conclusion: the FIDE rating list is out of sync with the titles awarded.
Indeed, the 'FIDE Chess Profile' for the first name on FIDE's list of 150 FSTs, Aagaard, Jacob, does not show that he is an FST. The profile for the second name, Abramovic, Bosko, says 'FIDE Senior Trainer (2013)'.
...Looks like my numbers are worthless. Sorry about that!