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03-09-2021 at 11:03 AM
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JJT_Defender

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Credibility:36702

Submission points: 26615

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  1. Barthax's Avatar

    I find these kinds of statistics only interesting if they are married up to the representative average or vs. the possible. There's certainly no representative average available.

    I've been sloppy with my votes (voting yes [edit: habitually] even when I've pointed out the mistake in the thread and failing to be active when someone posts a correction on one of my own): I'm only at 261 incorrect and over 36000+ correct - 99.13%. From that, I expect voting "badly" is anyone below 99% accepted after several thousand votes.

    There's been 4128 rejected and 73517 accepted = 77645 possible votes to cast. This is where my stats knowledge fails me: how to make any relevance of the numbers (other than I've spent more than 36000 SP!)

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    Updated 03-09-2021 at 12:32 PM by Barthax
  2. Snowflake's Avatar

    [QUOTE=Barthax;bt67241]

    I find these kinds of statistics only interesting if they are married up to the representative average or vs. the possible. There's certainly no representative average available.

    I've been sloppy with my votes (voting yes automatically even when I've pointed out the mistake in the thread and failing to be active when someone posts a correction on one of my own): I'm only at 261 incorrect and over 36000+ correct - 99.13%. From that, I expect voting "badly" is anyone below 99% accepted after several thousand votes.

    There's been 4128 rejected and 73517 accepted = 77645 possible votes to cast. This is where my stats knowledge fails me: how to make any relevance of the numbers (other than I've spent more than 36000 SP!)

    [/QUOTE]


    i might've misread you but i believe you're getting at somethingi too care about. the straight up average doenst matter much either when you factor in peoples skill change with time, penalty used to be different, a wrong vote at low cred hurts less than a wrong vote at high so the exact same votes spread differnetly make a difference......

    however (and i found myself doing math last night too hopefully this isnt a trend) the stabilization cred is easy to figure


    S= stabilization cred (where you'll stabilize, if your cred is still going then you're better than the formula uses stabilization implies)

    W=%of wrong votes

    C=100-w=%of correct votes


    S*W*.05=3C=3(100-W)

    S=60(100-W)/W


    on the flipside if you know the cred and wanna estimate percentages
    6000/(S+60)=W

    your cred is 28315 so that implies you're wrong .21% of the time or right 99.79% of the time.

    the fact your actual percentage is lower implies you may be near your stabilization cred, unless of course your accuracy changes.

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  3. Barthax's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowflake

    your cred is 28315 so that implies you're wrong .21% of the time or right 99.79% of the time.

    the fact your actual percentage is lower implies you may be near your stabilization cred, unless of course your accuracy changes.


    I've been particularly sloppy recently, dropping from ~50K CR to my current ~28K in a matter of weeks. It'd should be worse already but disputes take time.

    The start of your post makes me think: perhaps I don't find them interesting because there's nothing to find interesting about them. :P

  4. Snowflake's Avatar

    haha "i like cool things and i dont like things that suck". not finding something interesting because it isnt interesting works on the same principle of confusing objective and subjective qualities

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