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Apr 11, 2015, 3:43 PM

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Re: [stuckinarut] HASH-O-RAMA Data Processing Problem


1) just to be sure, on top of score you want, 1) score_submitted, the total score where call signs had submitted their logs, 2) score_unsubmitted, the total score where call signs had not submitted their logs. I just realised what you meant, I forgot about the total at the bottom, I fully understand. You'll notice 2 contestants at the bottom of scores.txt who scored 0 because they didn't submit their logs, although you provided a category for them.

2) you'll notice a unsubmitted.txt file is generated after phase2 which lists all the log signs of unsubmitted logs. This could be extended to include all the other information you desire. I'm not sure I quite understand why you would want to list where the wtf was i.e. 1, if this is below the wtf threshold then it has been derived to be a CNQ as oppose to unsubmitted and therefore fundamentally a non existant contestant. You can adjust the wtf's in weighs.txt after phase1 if any guenuine entries are below the wtf threshold, and vice versa. Also, the reason unsubmitted.txt has to be generated at phase2 and not phase1 is because it needs the outcome of the weights and any weight adjustments you made in order to derive which are unsubmitted and which are cnqs. For ease, we wouldn't want to add any information to the bottom of weights.txt because this needs to be read back in for phase2. Remember you can re-run phase1 and phase2 however you wish, therefore you can run phase2 to generate unsubmitted.txt, then send emails, then re-run it. If I have misunderstood, could you please explain in more detai.



(This post was edited by Zhris on Apr 11, 2015, 3:46 PM)

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