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Michael H.W. Weber
2002-08-16 04:35:02
Hi Stephen,
it is not really significant, but I have detected an issue with the stats best values ranking.  Currently, I should hold overall rank 1 AND 2 with my two best results of 1.271018 (data generated and submitted later!) and 1.260588, respectively.  However, the actual ranking associates rank 2 to pben with a value of 1.140%. I conclude that the stats ranking determining algorithm does not allow for the association of two (or more) ranks to the same individual.  big grin

Michael.  (just call me Mµonologist, muahahahahahaha... smile - at least for today.)

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[This message was edited by Michael H.W. Weber on 2002-Aug-16 at 11:43.]

[This message was edited by Michael H.W. Weber on 2002-Aug-16 at 17:15.]
Stephen Brooks
2002-08-16 10:57:39
If I assigned ranks to every RESULT you'd get ranks like 1st, 14th, 37th, 42nd, 89th etc. A bit silly.
Pascal
2002-08-16 11:09:26
@Stephen: you're right.

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Michael H.W. Weber
2002-08-16 12:29:50
quote:
Originally posted by Stephen Brooks:
If I assigned ranks to every RESULT you'd get ranks like 1st, 14th, 37th, 42nd, 89th etc. A bit silly.

Hmmmm, I agree.  As I said above - it's not important anyway.  big grin I was just a bit excited after todays nice results.  smile

Michael.

Folding@Home / Genome@Home team Germany, supported by www.Rechenkraft.net
Now participating with Rechenkraft.de in CASP5 by supporting www.distributedfolding.org.
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Proteins are Nanomachines or Nanomachine Building-Blocks.
Examples: The Ribosome, RNA-Polymerase Holoenzyme.
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Pascal
2002-08-19 02:33:30
Stephen, I've a question:

Some times ago you'd put the link to a txt-file with the member stats on the site.  Could you perhaps do that again, because a participant from www.rechenkraft.net wants to create some graphical stats (members and teams).

The site: German Stats Page abour some Distributed Computing Projects - Members of www.rechenkraft.net

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Stephen Brooks
2002-08-19 03:36:50
The URL is (as before) http://stephenbrooks.org/muon1rawstats.txt

I removed it a while ago while cleaning up some of the redundant info from that page.  Maybe I'll post the link back on the main page again.


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Pascal
2002-08-19 03:53:40
Thanks a lot, Stephen!  cool

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