Update: How many "Passed cut 1" do you have ??

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How many "Passed cut 1" do you have ??

None
8
22%
1
14
38%
2
5
14%
3
4
11%
>3
6
16%
 
Total votes: 37

georingo
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Update: How many "Passed cut 1" do you have ??

Post by georingo »

How many "Passed cut 1" do you have in your "My Events" list ?
post your finds !

georingo
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Post by georingo »

mine are:
Movie 6880717V1 128 97 Passed cut 1 IS candidate?
Movie 7700963V1 129 70 Passed cut 1 bad focus but WCO
Movie 433711V1 175 46 Passed cut 1 another IDP

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Post by goldrake »

Mine are:

Movie 6503671V1 176 68 Passed cut 1 prob. inclusion, WCO
Movie 2670554V1 170 48 Passed cut 1 weird WCO
Movie 4397867V1 145 42 Passed cut 1 IS candidate in aerogel frag? WCO

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Post by jcbc »

Movie 9982449V1 Passed cut 1 IDP or ejecta, lower right
Movie 6722976V1 Passed cut 1 bad focus, WCO
Last edited by jcbc on Fri Aug 25, 2006 2:48 pm, edited 1 time in total.

stardust1
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Post by stardust1 »

Movie 6721021V1 161 42 Passed cut 1 IDP or ejecta
Hey all, would be nice if you could link your movies.
Thanks
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dbririe
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Post by dbririe »

Movie 6690749V1 Passed cut 1 IS candidate?

I just caught this movie a few moments ago...almost exactly my 1000th movie viewed, & the first to pass 1st cut.

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Post by fjgiie »

Hi dbririe,

I also clicked on focus movie 6690749V1

It looks something like the ones in the tutorial. Now, is it below the surface?

Thanks,

fjgiie

stardust1
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Post by stardust1 »

Hi jcbc,
thank you for linking your movies. Makes it much easier.
Your first sample is awesome, the second one makes me "thinkabout". Looks very similar to some of my officially commented "inclusions". Did I miss thomething?

@fjgiie
dbririe wrote:Movie 6690749V1 Passed cut 1 IS candidate?
I see some folds(?) of the aerogel coming to focus from north to south. The possible track seems to come to focus with the last of those. Thus I can follow your :?:
It reminds me on this one in my events-list:
Movie 7937104V1 140 85 Indeterminate which is not yet officially commented. I´d click it again and again, though I´m not sure about where the surface really is.
BTW: Is there any current official comment on your track postet at the "I think... "?
http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =6092868V1
regards,
-peter
Wir leben in einer Zeit vollkommener Mittel und verworrener Ziele. (Albert Einstein)

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Post by jcbc »

stardust1 wrote:Your first sample is awesome, the second one makes me "thinkabout". Looks very similar to some of my officially commented "inclusions". Did I miss thomething?
I think the focus is weird enough in that movie so that they can't say it's definitely an inclusion right away. And that's my general rule for clicking on little specks that are probably inclusions: if I can't be sure that it's an inclusion, even if it's because of bad focus, I click it. (I think I'm good enough not to click on a little speck that's actually on the surface in a tilted movie.)

JCBC

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Post by fjgiie »

stardust1 wrote:BTW: Is there any current official comment on your track postet at the "I think... "?
Movie 6092868V1 179 20 Indeterminate

A nice movie like that and only 20 of 179 clicked on it. No official comment yet because of the low agreements.

Thanks,

fjgiie

stardust1
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Post by stardust1 »

fjgiie wrote:
stardust1 wrote:BTW: Is there any current official comment on your track postet at the "I think... "?
Movie 6092868V1 179 20 Indeterminate
A nice movie like that and only 20 of 179 clicked on it. No official comment yet because of the low agreements.
Thanks for your reply.
I´m surprised to hear that. It looks so promising to me. So the average "Sensitivity" of those 179 regarding that individual object (or that kind of objects) would be 11,17% :shock:
I´m wondering how the scientists get through all that data and on the base of which criteria? It can´t be done with percentage of agreement allone, because there are lots of documented samples "1st review" or "Passed cut 1" with relatively low compliance. Thus, hopefuly, your find will climb the charts some day.
-stardust1
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Post by xxxxxy »

I have only five until now (and I viewd more than 10 000 movies):

Movie 4281284V1 94 37 Passed cut 1 bad focus
Movie 2892409V1 99 35 Passed cut 1 bad focus
Movie 2863242V1 163 68 Passed cut 1 IS candidate?
Movie 8153179V1 161 50 Passed cut 1 IDP or ejecta
Movie 9527088V1 119 42 Passed cut 1 bad focus, BWCO

georingo
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Post by georingo »

5 is probably a record?! Who has more??

Dreamer
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Post by Dreamer »

I have only one, but on the other hand, it passed cut 2 also! :D

Movie 9471219V1
"And then, one day..."
Kim Stanley Robinson, "Red Mars"

jdrockster
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passed cut 1...0.02%?

Post by jdrockster »

I have viewed +-6500 movies. I have 3... passed 1st cuts. From what I am reading it appears that we are averaging approx. 1 in 2,000! :shock: I wonder if that is close to the estimates @ Stardust@Home? :roll:

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