By the numbers: Myanmar's historic election dominated by Suu Kyi's party

Aung San Suu Kyi's opposition party clinched a historic majority in Myanmar's Parliament on Friday and will likely gain even more seats as poll results continue to trickle in. A look at some of the most important numbers behind the Nov. 8 polls:

— 348: The number of seats Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy party has won so far in the 664-seat, two chamber Parliament. Final results are still being tabulated.

— 329: This has been called the "magic number" — the threshold that Suu Kyi's party needs to secure a simple parliamentary majority.

— 40: The number of seats the military-backed Union Solidarity and Development Party has won so far.

— More than 500,000: The number of ethnic Rohingya Muslims denied the right to vote by the military-backed government.

— 49: The number of years Myanmar was ruled by a military junta, until the army ceded power in 2011 to a quasi-civilian government led by retired generals.

— 25: The number of years since the last full election in 1990, which the NLD won in a landslide but was not allowed to take power. The ruling junta annulled the results and put Suu Kyi under house arrest.

— 15: The number of years Suu Kyi spent in detention, mostly under house arrest, over a period of 22 years.

— Nov. 13: The day that Suu Kyi was freed from house arrest in 2010 — and the day exactly five years later that her opposition party's parliamentary majority is confirmed on Nov. 13, 2015.