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12-05-2017, 11:00 PM
 Doug Frisk Keeping Score AKA: Doug Frisk no team Team Role: Mentor Join Date: Mar 2014 Rookie Year: 2011 Location: Behind the FMS Posts: 552
Re: Breakdown Power Rating (BPR): A New Power Metric

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 Originally Posted by Doug Frisk When analyzing, I made the assumption that the touchpads correspond to the driver's station in front of them. Red 1 = red touchpad near, red 2 = red touchpad middle, red 3 = red touchpad far. Blue 1 = blue touchpad far, Blue 2 = blue middle and Blue 3 = blue near. It isn't the perfect alignment, but I'd estimate that 90% of the time, that corresponds to where a team climbed.
https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrI...diMSIsImMiOjN9

That report is now 14 pages, but it's currently set to open on the page with stats for climbing based on that assumption.
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12-05-2017, 11:04 PM
 EricH New year, new team FRC #1197 (Torbots) Team Role: Engineer Join Date: Jan 2005 Rookie Year: 2003 Location: SoCal Posts: 21,995
Re: Breakdown Power Rating (BPR): A New Power Metric

When I first saw the thread title, I thought "Wait, someone decided to rank robots by the number of breakdowns they have on the field?"
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12-06-2017, 12:48 PM
 jtrv Registered User AKA: Justin FRC #5254 (HYPE) Team Role: Team Spirit / Cheering Join Date: Jan 2013 Rookie Year: 2012 Location: Rochester, NY Posts: 522
Re: Breakdown Power Rating (BPR): A New Power Metric

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 Originally Posted by EricH When I first saw the thread title, I thought "Wait, someone decided to rank robots by the number of breakdowns they have on the field?"
I'd be scared to look at those rankings tbh
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12-06-2017, 01:02 PM
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Re: Breakdown Power Rating (BPR): A New Power Metric

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