The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits

Post by Moise » Wed May 09, 2018 11:39 pm

lmviterbo wrote:
Sat Apr 28, 2018 3:29 am
Moise[/color], as you must have noticed, I used your old NIG stats of almost 10 years ago. I am really sorry that nigmm doesn't work with your 2M notes. :(

If anyone wants to be removed from the list (Moise?), you just have to tell me. 8)
Hi you,of course i noticed that you took some old stats from me,dont mind :-),just wondering ,wheres the problem handling a liitle bit more notes than average,but iam no pc expert :lol:(except memory limits ;-) )

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits

Post by lmviterbo » Thu May 10, 2018 12:33 am

Moise wrote:
Wed May 09, 2018 11:39 pm
just wondering ,wheres the problem handling a liitle bit more notes than average,but iam no pc expert :lol:
I have no idea how technically adept you are but I have a suggestion that might seem silly and is not elegant at all (because I am very far from being an expert myself) but works:
  • Download your notes and hits csv files.
  • Upload it to http://www.textfilesplitter.com.
  • Set Number of files to split into 3, check Line split and UTF-8, and click on Split!
    This uploads your file and downloads its parts in a zip file. It should be really fast (depending on your upload speed contract, but I guess it shouldn't take more than half a minute for the 300Mb file I'm assuming would be your notes file; mine is 8Mb and it was instant).
  • Unzip the files.
  • Now you have to configure nigmm (when open, click "Settings / Data location") to read the first notes file (and the intact hits file).
  • Load it ("Load data") and run it ("Statistics"). You now have all your hits statistics and the first part of your notes statistics. (The Hits Summary is all you need for the purpose of the Hit Score game, but you can create full notes stats if you don't stop here.)
  • Rename the folder with those statistics somewhere else, because you're going to create more stats from the other files and this folder will be overwrittem if you don't do it.
  • Repeat the configuration for the second notes file and run it again.
  • Rename the new stats folder too.
  • Repeat for the 3rd notes file and rename the folder again.
  • Now if you open your statistics html files, you can see partial statistics.
  • You can finally copy whichever statistics you want from all files and sum them.

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by azalearal » Thu May 10, 2018 11:33 pm

Good evening.

I can't believe.....I'm the third???..... 8O
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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by lmviterbo » Fri May 11, 2018 6:17 am

azalearal wrote:
Thu May 10, 2018 11:33 pm
I can't believe.....I'm the third???..... 8O
I am really pleased to welcome you to the ranking where "unlucky" people can realize how lucky they are.⁽¹⁾

Anyway, you've just been removed from the podium by another Spaniard and an Italian, when I updated the ranking.

Also updated: the list of non-forumers over the top (I mean EBTors who are not forum participants whose Hit Score is above the top of the main ranking; I don't actually have a list of over-the-top forumers).

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⁽¹⁾ This not the first time I create a ranking for the "unlucky". In 2005, I launched a "longanimity score" (here, in Portuguese) for the tough Portuguese EBTors who kept tracking for years without a single hit. I still tried an international version but was never happy with the score computation formula.

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by azalearal » Fri May 11, 2018 2:30 pm

I'm in top ten.. :D ...it's a good notice
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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by Montgomery Burns » Sun May 13, 2018 12:43 pm

So, I'm Portuga'l number 2, while our Number 1 is fourth...

:lol:

Thanks for putting me up, Viterbo. I was going to post, but then forgot about it.

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by lmviterbo » Sun May 13, 2018 3:17 pm

Montgomery Burns wrote:
Sun May 13, 2018 12:43 pm
So, I'm Portuga'l number 2, while our Number 1 is fourth...
Although you're ahead of Leofer40, this list at the moment includes only EBTors who are active entering notes and on the forum. I'm considering a major update, including all EBTors actively entering notes, regardless of their forum status. I'm still not sure if I should do it, but here's a taste of what it will look like — in this case I'm extracting only the Portuguese users, to be regarded as a sample:

00www0EBTor00amount0000kms000days0Hit Score
001. :flag-pt: 0Pipocadoce0000000091000006101700000336090000247642
002. :flag-pt: 0artmao0000000027000001382100000118610000224871
002. :flag-pt: 0lexiepexie0000000214000012273600000768640000206000
003. :flag-pt: 0lmviterbo0000000172000009854900000585790000195136
004. :flag-pt: 0S.C.L. MARRAZES0000000240000007955500001068360000147558
005. :flag-pt: 0Montgomery Burns0000000039000002435000000089200000142802
EBT totals0001021438030661391204716221700000138600
007. :flag-pt: 0Ord€p0000000158000005903000000533300000126104
008. :flag-pt: 0Leofer0000001997000074142700006601330000122728
009. :flag-pt: 0Castanhola0000000522000017982300001678910000110798
010. :flag-pt: 0Nuno Carvalho0000000383000012074600001177030000096886
011. :flag-pt: 0A. Simões0000000135000003167200000336860000058541


After analysing hundreds of personal hit lists and computing their Hit Scores, I know for a fact that there is:
  • a big advantage from being an EBT king in your municipality/district (that is, having many more notes in your small region than the next EBTor)
  • a small advantage from having very few hits yet
  • a small advantage from having been on EBT for long (this balances the previous)

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by Bendder » Sun May 13, 2018 5:07 pm

Hi,

This is my stats:

Distance: 21269 km
Days: 9040
Hits: 26

Hit Score: 21269x9040/(26x26) = 284425

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits

Post by trezay » Tue Jun 05, 2018 2:20 pm

Time for me to make an update :wink:

Hits: 66
Distance: 29771 kilometers
Time: 31907 days

Hit Score: 29771x31907/66² = 218068

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by the_pooh_tripper » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:32 pm

Update

Hits: 53
Distance: 35941 km
Time: 22607 days

Hit score: 289255 :(

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by lmviterbo » Wed Jun 13, 2018 2:31 pm

Major update to the first post!

Also, I am still trying to figure out how to present the Greatest Hits in a nice way.

Next task: doing a National Ranking (for each country in the Euro Area).

If you have at least 10 hits and you're not on the list, please share your numbers here.

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits

Post by trezay » Fri Sep 21, 2018 3:00 pm

Time for me to make an update :wink:

Hits: 78
Distance: 31620 kilometers
Time: 36386 days

Hit Score: 31620x36386/78² = 189106

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by lmviterbo » Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:02 pm

I have been postponing the Greatest Hits ranking but I have to point out that there's a new greatest single hit, and an amazing one for the matter, with a Hit Score that almost reaches the top triple:

:flag-es: lab — Image Sisipétalos hit 9392kms x 4271 days = 40113232


A couple of other recent Greatest Hits going to the ranking (both involving the lucky zizou555):

:flag-de: Schach & family — :flag-de: Spanier_20 — Image zizou555 hit 8916 kms x 1720 days = 15335520 (triple)
:flag-de: Tjariet — Image zizou555 hit 8505 kms x 1693 days = 14398965

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by Henk Draijer » Sat Oct 06, 2018 4:09 pm

Update

Hits: 3.479
Distance: 663.608 kilometers
Time: 1.243.366 days

Hit Score: 663.608 x 1.243.366 : 3479² = 68.171

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Re: The Heavy-Duty Hitters / Greatest Hits (ie, the Hit Score topic)

Post by davidzaz » Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:50 pm

Hello, I have 27 hits with 23010 km. and 13054 days. Thanks!!!

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