2009 Seeding Round Results, statistics and graph

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Here is a little excel sheet I put together from the information that was posted on Botball's homepage. The scoring field was spread out for more then I first imagined thinking all teams would score in the 100's at least once.

Attached is the zip folder that has the Excel file inside.

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Botball 2009 GCER Seeding Round Data.zip10.49 KB

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Cool. Nice Graph. :-)

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Pretty cool! This makes me want to implement score tracking on the website a la FIRST...

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Or perhaps integrate it into the video uploading system that we keep talking about.

E.g. seed scores are shown at the end of a video, and it shows how the team ranks compared to the other teams that have made a run, e.g. "Seeding Round 2: 35 Points, Ranked #12/30". Also, after a D.E. match, it shows the 2 teams, with their status before the match ("Undefeated" or "1 Loss"), and then replaces one team's status to reflect their loss ("1 Loss" or "Eliminated"). Then it would show the resulting placement of the teams, e.g. "14th Place in D.E.", "Advances to Match 32 (Winners' Bracket)", or "Advances to Match 33 (Losers' Bracket)".

Heh, this could be fun to play around with. And now that we have camera source code to work with, and the new Chumby firmware is supposed to fix the higher camera resolutions, making the simple stuff work shouldn't be too hard. Maybe the new Chumby firmware will even fix ffmpeg.

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@Jeremy,

Fantastic idea to integrate into the video system. For match archives, we could have each match associate with a video. (Ex)

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I agree with the Bluealliance.net Matt, that website is really nice for when teams are scouting teams or just to see how the other side of the country is doing in scores.

I would love to see Botball have that large of site in the next few years, and a community along the lines of chiefdelphi.com

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Oh, and thanks Matt and Steven for the compliments! Future reputation points for you when its up on the forum! <('-'<)

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