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caprarom
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Re: Post your stats

Post by caprarom » Wed Jun 02, 2010 8:26 am

Well, Elaine, I'm afraid I've faltered. Current stats are:

CMs viewed: 4196
CMs missed: 16
Score: 4180
Rank: 18
Specificity: 100.00%
Sensitivity: 99.25%

Sensitivity this phase has been as high as 99.54%, but it'll be a long slow climb back to that from here. Regards, Mike C.

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Re: Post your stats

Post by caprarom » Thu Jul 08, 2010 5:52 am

OK, Elaine, I'm half-way back. Painfully slow progress, as expected.

Correct CMs 6280
Incorrect CMs 19
Score 6261
Real Movies 36437
Rank 18
Specificity 100.00%
Sensitivity 99.40%

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Re: Post your stats

Post by fjgiie » Fri Jul 09, 2010 6:13 am

  


      Specificity: 100%
      Sensitivity: 88%

Low angle tracks/High angle tracks are difficult for me for some reason. I like to find the deep straight in tracks and continue to believe we will find some eventually.

jsmaje
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Re: Post your stats

Post by jsmaje » Fri Jul 09, 2010 1:13 pm

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly: 3295
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly: 23
Your Overall Score: 3272
Total Real Movies Viewed: 16855
Your Rank: 25 out of 29040
Specificity: 99.88%
Sensitivity: 98.71%

I'm in awe of all you virgin folk with 100% Specificity, which of course I have now lost for ever! I made a complete hash of things at the start, experimenting by clicking here, there and everywhere, before getting it sorted in my mind.

Fjgiie, I don't know how you can say that you find angled tracks difficult, having just found that little teaser in gebils 1918301V1.
But like you, I still keep an eye out for straight-in carrotty tracks, and have a couple on my list. I don't think the team has ever suggested that any such tracks are unlikely to be due to IS particles, in contrast to how for 3+ years we had been led to consider the LAT/HATs that are now "flavour of the month".

John

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Re: Post your stats

Post by elainekeefe » Mon Jul 12, 2010 9:13 am

I was almost afraid to post my stats, since the last time I did I immediately afterward got two more errors! I've been working my way back ever since. It's a little easier for me, though, than for those of you with high scores...it's only about 50 cm's for a 1/100th of a point. You must need hundreds.

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 1824
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 4
Your Overall Score: 1820
Total Real Movies Viewed: 10434
Your Rank: 42 out of 29043
Specificity: 100.00%
Sensitivity: 99.55%
Movies on Events List: 12 :(

nitram819
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Re: Post your stats

Post by nitram819 » Mon Jul 12, 2010 10:11 am

Well I'll post my stats too since they look pretty good. I started dusting in the middle of phase two so my previous stats weren't looking so great. I'm just glad that I am seeing some improvement during phase 3.

Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 1028
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 10
Your Overall Score: 1018
Total Real Movies Viewed: 5711
Your Rank: 57 out of 29043
Specificity: 100.00%
Sensitivity: 98.03%

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Re: Post your stats

Post by (     ) » Wed Nov 24, 2010 1:20 pm

      ...ha!



Calibration Movies Answered Correctly 4848
Calibration Movies Answered Incorrectly 48
Your Overall Score: 4800
Total Real Movies Viewed: 25743
Your Rank: 29 out of 29583
Specificity: 100.00%
Sensitivity:      98.00%

 

caprarom
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Re: Post your stats

Post by caprarom » Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:57 am

Well, Elaine, I've finally clawed my way back up to 99.50% Sensitivity. It took a lot longer than I'd hoped. Current stats are:

Correct CMs: 16694
Incorrect CMs: 42
Overall Score: 16652
Real Movies: 96729
Current Rank: 17
Specificity: 100%
Sensitivity: 99.50%

Whew! Mike C.

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Re: Post your stats

Post by caprarom » Thu Jan 13, 2011 6:40 pm

Well, perhaps "42" is indeed the answer to 'life, the universe, and everything.' At any rate, 11,000 movies later and still holding at 42 errors, my sensitivity has crept up to 99.55%.

Correct CMs: 18530
Incorrect CMs: 42
Overall Score: 18488
Real Movies: 107739
Current Rank: 17
Specificity: 100%
Sensitivity: 99.55%

Mike C.

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Re: Post your stats

Post by fjgiie » Sat Mar 26, 2011 2:12 pm

Stage 3 Statistics

Your Overall Score:      15000
Total Movies Viewed:   99210
Your Rank:           20 out of 29985
Specificity:          100.00%
Sensitivity:          99.19%

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jsmaje
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Re: Post your stats

Post by jsmaje » Sun Mar 27, 2011 11:21 am

So, fjgiie - you are Mr. Blank :shock: !
Why the anonymity in the first place :?: .
John

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Re: Post your stats

Post by fjgiie » Mon Mar 28, 2011 3:44 am

jsmaje wrote:Why the anonymity in the first place :?: .
John
There was already a fjgiie
John, arn't you glad to find out who       was?
fjgiie was not doing very well with Sensitivity so blank took the test and registered. I was interested if a blank would actually show up on the rankings page, and had to wait until       got into the top 100 to find out. In the mean time       looked like this �����.

        fjgiie (hold the Alt key down and with Num Lock on type 0160 on numerical keypad)

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Re: Post your stats

Post by jsmaje » Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:56 pm

fjgiie wrote:John, arn't you glad to find out who      was?
For sure Fred!
It initially caused mayhem with my Top 100 program, where you are currently shown with the name "blank". I did in fact eventually work out that it was exactly five non-alphanumeric characters, anything shorter or longer causing a crash :x !
While perfectly reasonable to reset one's stats under a new name, let's hope no one else starts using non-alphanumerics, or eventually no one will know who anyone else is!

At least you've shown up a weakness(?) in the Berkeley program, though I presume using a non-alphanumeric username for the phpBB PMs didn't work, hence the give-away hole in your subterfuge!

Whatever, I envy your current stats, and think it would be nice to replace the Top 100 "blank" with "fjgiie" in order to give you due credit, but only if you approve.

John :|

caprarom
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Re: Post your stats

Post by caprarom » Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:29 am

Well, John, finally made it to the 1.0000 current skill score for Phase VII, but it's been a challenge. My cumulative score is still well below where it was at the end of Phase VI. Doubt I'll be threatening my longest correct PM streak from last phase (2553). Not going to bother posting my stats unless this page becomes popular again. Best of luck to you - let's find something "real."

Mike

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