Where do I fit in?

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How do you stand in accuracy?

0 - 9 answered inaccurately.
9
24%
10 - 49 answered inaccurately.
21
55%
50 - 99 answered inaccurately.
4
11%
100 - 199 answered inaccurately.
2
5%
200 - 499 answered inaccurately.
1
3%
More than 500 answered inaccurately.
1
3%
 
Total votes: 38

BasketCase
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Location: Owensboro, Kentucky

Where do I fit in?

Post by BasketCase » Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:30 am

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 372
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 36
Your Overall Score: 336
Total Real Movies Viewed: 1081
Your Rank: 2462 out of 15791
Specificity: 99%
Sensitivity: 85.04%

I'm curious as to how I stand in the grand scheme of things. Please take the poll and we can all compare ourselves with each other...if that matters to anyone other than me.

Thanks, Basketcase

Wolter
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Post by Wolter » Mon Oct 02, 2006 1:20 pm

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 2773
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 27
Your Overall Score: 2746
Total Real Movies Viewed: 7321
Your Rank: 301 out of 15802
Specificity: 99.78%
Sensitivity: 98.36%

And the majority of the incorrect answers where during the first 500 calib. movies.
Just dusting... Image

GelDelve

Post by GelDelve » Mon Oct 02, 2006 5:40 pm

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 3491
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 28
Your Overall Score: 3463
Total Real Movies Viewed: 8807
Your Rank: 221 out of 15816
Specificity: 99.71%
Sensitivity: 98.71%

In the initial phase of this endeavor that I have no idea or way to reconstruct, I had 22 calibrations that showed as incorrect. Since then I've had 6 more, at least one of which I am sure was erroneously counted as incorrect.

xxxxxy
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Post by xxxxxy » Mon Oct 02, 2006 9:34 pm

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 6382
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 33
Your Overall Score: 6349
Total Real Movies Viewed: 16494
Your Rank: 101 out of 15825
Specificity: 99.74%
Sensitivity: 99.26%

90% od incorrect answers I made during first day of search (first 8 hours).

Mississauga
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Location: Ontario, Canada

Post by Mississauga » Fri Oct 06, 2006 12:25 pm

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 10091
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 91
Your Overall Score: 10000
Total Real Movies Viewed: 29396
Your Rank: 48 out of 15972
Specificity: 99.92%
Sensitivity: 98.29%

... and waiting for the rest of the top 100 to catch up. :wink:
- alec -

MDD DP 867, iBook G4/1.33, iMac G5/1.8

jsmaje
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Post by jsmaje » Sat Oct 07, 2006 2:24 pm

Mississauga wrote:Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 10091
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 91
Your Overall Score: 10000
Total Real Movies Viewed: 29396
Your Rank: 48 out of 15972
Specificity: 99.92%
Sensitivity: 98.29%

... and waiting for the rest of the top 100 to catch up. :wink:
How can you possibly do that (alone) - are you at it all day, every day?
I really admire your enthusiasm. I just hope you've got a life outside stardust !! :lol:

Mississauga
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Post by Mississauga » Sat Oct 07, 2006 5:50 pm

jsmaje wrote:How can you possibly do that (alone) - are you at it all day, every day?
I really admire your enthusiasm. I just hope you've got a life outside stardust !! :lol:
I did spend an excessive amount of time to get to that score. My lifestyle allowed it for a short while, but reality caught up and I put the "addiction" aside for now. :wink:
- alec -

MDD DP 867, iBook G4/1.33, iMac G5/1.8

Nikita
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Post by Nikita » Sat Oct 07, 2006 6:55 pm

Congrats on breaking the addiction! Just remember, moderation is the key. Just think, "I can stop after this one, Well, I can stop after this next one, No, I really can stop after this last one...." :D
From dust we come

Pleiades
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Post by Pleiades » Sun Oct 08, 2006 6:13 pm

Finally found something to break my obsession with Freecell! :D

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 768
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 3

Specificity: 99.73%
Sensitivity 99.50%

Now how to break my obsession with Stardust? :evil:

Mighty Pete
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Post by Mighty Pete » Sun Oct 08, 2006 6:28 pm

Now how to break my obsession with Stardust?
Pocket lint collecting, String ball or duct tape ball.

Pleiades
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Post by Pleiades » Sun Oct 08, 2006 9:11 pm

Mighty Pete wrote:
Now how to break my obsession with Stardust?
Pocket lint collecting, String ball or duct tape ball.
Been there, done that. ...as well as rubber bands and AOL CDs.

Nikita
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Post by Nikita » Sun Oct 08, 2006 9:26 pm

You know, they have medicine for that! :lol:
From dust we come

Schlockading
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Post by Schlockading » Mon Oct 09, 2006 6:05 am

My stats:

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 569
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 1
Your Overall Score: 568
Total Real Movies Viewed: 1726
Your Rank: 1634 out of 16052
Specificity: 100.00%
Sensitivity: 99.67%
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DiamondGirl
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Location: Syracuse, NY

Post by DiamondGirl » Mon Oct 09, 2006 6:33 am

My stats below.

One interesting thing I noticed browsing through the posts - almost everyone seems to have a higher score on Specificity than on Sensitivity. I wonder if that indicates anything on an overall basis?

Mine is the opposite, with lower Specificity than Sensitivity.

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly: 2202
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly: 12
Your Overall Score: 2190
Total Real Movies Viewed: 5351
Your Rank: 396 out of 16052
Specificity: 99.27%
Sensitivity: 99.64%

Wolter
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Post by Wolter » Mon Oct 09, 2006 12:43 pm

DiamondGirl wrote:<...>
One interesting thing I noticed browsing through the posts - almost everyone seems to have a higher score on Specificity than on Sensitivity. I wonder if that indicates anything on an overall basis?
Mine is the opposite, with lower Specificity than Sensitivity.
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That means that most people miss more existing tracks then that they click non existing tracks (blank CM's), whereas you clicked on a number of non existing tracks and missed only a view existing tracks.
i.e. you have a good eye for the tiny tracks.
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