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Event Averages

I got a request for field averages, and I had these stats hanging around.
No promises, so let me know if I got something wrong and I'll correct it.
I threw away bad data, such as you get when running matches through lunch or for field replays, so different people using different criteria will get slight variations in results.

Typical caveats apply: different events aim for different cycle times, so without knowing the target it's hard to say which field reset crews/drive teams/queuers were more efficient. Larger attendance means more opportunities for delays, later events had a gradually increasing % of experienced teams.
Things like Max Cycle can indicate the lengths gone to for getting robots connected, or a Cotton-Eyed Joe break called to purposely slow things down.
Qual/Elim scores are affected by the amount of defense played at an event, etc.

Avg cycle - # teams - # matches - Matches per team - Min Cycle - Max Cycle - Avg Qual score - Avg Elim score - Event

0:07:01 - 49 - 86 - 11 - 0:04:35 - 0:19:47 - 20.1 - 41.9 - Overall Averages

Week 1 (March 3-5)
0:07:26 - 56 - 89 - 10 - 0:04:30 - 0:32:20 - 15.6 - 36.2 - Week 1 Averages
0:06:51 - 50 - 84 - 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:12:00 - 18.6 - 35.3 - BAE Systems/Granite State Regional
0:06:52 - 56 - 94 - 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:16:00 - 15.6 - 34.3 - San Diego Regional
0:07:04 - 54 - 81 -- 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:15:00 - 11.6 - 27.1 - Smoky Mountain Regional
0:07:17 - 64 - 96 -- 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:43:00 - 19.0 - 43.4 - Greater Kansas City Regional
0:08:09 - 63 - 95 -- 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:56:00 - 12.6 - 35.3 - Alamo Regional
0:08:25 - 46 - 85 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:52:00 - 16.0 - 41.8 - Israel Regional

Week 2 (March 8-10)
0:06:56 - 52 - 85 -- 10 - 0:04:30 - 0:25:15 - 18.4 - 40.3 - Week 2 Averages
0:06:05 - 63 - 95 --- 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:11:00 - 14.4 - 35.2 - Chesapeake Regional
0:06:25 - 64 - 105 - 10 - 0:04:00 - 0:25:00 - 16.9 - 44.5 - Orlando Regional
0:06:28 - 45 - 75 -- 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:13:00 - 19.1 - 35.0 - Pittsburgh Regional
0:06:37 - 65 - 96 --- 9 - 0:05:00 - 0:28:00 - 16.9 - 39.6 - Lake Superior Regional
0:07:05 - 66 - 99 --- 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:43:00 - 15.5 - 38.5 - Autodesk Oregon Regional
0:07:12 - 35 - 68 -- 12 - 0:04:00 - 0:18:00 - 22.9 - 39.5 - WPI Regional
0:07:30 - 41 - 82 -- 12 - 0:05:00 - 0:38:00 - 18.7 - 41.1 - Finger Lakes Regional
0:08:02 - 36 - 60 -- 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:26:00 - 22.6 - 49.3 - Greater Toronto East Regional

Week 3 (March 15-17)
0:07:10 - 52 - 85 - 10 - 0:04:53 - 0:17:20 - 14.6 - 34.2 - Week 3 Averages
0:06:32 - 40 - 80 - 12 - 0:05:00 - 0:15:00 - 18.6 - 38.0 - Boilermaker Regional
0:06:46 - 60 - 90 -- 9 - 0:05:00 - 0:13:00 - 11.8 - 29.4 - Peachtree Regional
0:06:53 - 49 - 90 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:19:00 - 14.3 - 34.1 - Bayou Regional
0:06:55 - 60 - 99 - 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:22:00 - 11.4 - 30.8 - Virginia Regional
0:07:13 - 66 - 90 -- 8 - 0:04:00 - 0:18:00 - 13.4 - 41.0 - Los Angeles Regional
0:07:17 - 66 - 88 -- 8 - 0:05:00 - 0:16:00 - 16.9 - 40.9 - New York City Regional
0:07:27 - 43 - 79 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:17:00 - 16.6 - 32.3 - Utah Regional
0:07:30 - 50 - 84 - 10 - 0:04:00 - 0:23:00 - 14.9 - 35.6 - Sacramento Regional
0:08:00 - 37 - 68 - 11 - 0:06:00 - 0:13:00 - 13.5 - 25.3 - Festivale de Robotique FRC a Montreal Regional

Week 4 (March 22-24)
0:06:54 - 46 - 84 - 11 - 0:04:50 - 0:16:25 - 18.8 - 41.1 - Week 4 Averages
0:06:27 - 43 - 79 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:11:00 - 19.7 - 33.9 - Palmetto Regional
0:06:27 - 46 - 85 - 11 - 0:04:00 - 0:28:00 - 16.3 - 33.8 - Seattle Cascade Regional
0:06:32 - 53 - 89 - 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:10:00 - 21.2 - 50.8 - Boston Regional
0:06:33 - 59 - 99 - 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:11:00 - 22.0 - 43.0 - Buckeye Regional
0:06:33 - 48 - 88 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:12:00 - 25.0 - 56.3 - Wisconsin Regional
0:06:36 - 46 - 85 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:18:00 - 16.9 - 42.9 - Seattle Olympic Regional
0:06:50 - 51 - 90 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:15:00 - 16.2 - 41.3 - Midwest Regional
0:06:51 - 38 - 76 - 12 - 0:04:00 - 0:12:00 - 16.1 - 40.9 - Hawaii Regional
0:06:52 - 48 - 88 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:11:00 - 14.9 - 30.8 - Colorado Regional
0:06:56 - 50 - 92 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:17:00 - 16.5 - 42.1 - Arizona Regional
0:07:28 - 43 - 79 - 11 - 0:04:00 - 0:36:00 - 17.0 - 32.2 - St. Louis Regional
0:08:44 - 30 - 55 - 11 - 0:06:00 - 0:16:00 - 23.3 - 45.1 - Waterloo Regional

Week 5 (March 29-31)
0:06:59 - 53 - 89 -- 10 - 0:04:33 - 0:17:05 - 19.2 - 40.6 - Week 5 Averages
0:06:12 - 64 - 107 - 10 - 0:04:00 - 0:12:00 - 28.3 - 49.9 - Northeast Utilities FIRST Connecticut Regional
0:06:38 - 50 - 84 -- 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:13:00 - 22.2 - 44.6 - Silicon Valley Regional
0:06:38 - 63 - 95 --- 9 - 0:05:00 - 0:12:00 - 15.4 - 38.2 - Minnesota North Star Regional
0:06:49 - 54 - 90 -- 10 - 0:04:00 - 0:23:00 - 17.4 - 33.8 - Oklahoma Regional
0:06:55 - 63 - 95 --- 9 - 0:05:00 - 0:31:00 - 23.7 - 45.7 - Washington DC Regional
0:06:57 - 65 - 98 --- 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:16:00 - 14.0 - 41.9 - Minnesota 10000 Lakes Regional
0:07:01 - 55 - 92 -- 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:11:00 - 20.9 - 53.7 - Greater Toronto West Regional
0:07:09 - 42 - 77 -- 11 - 0:04:00 - 0:20:00 - 24.3 - 43.3 - South Florida Regional
0:07:17 - 42 - 76 -- 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:12:00 -- 9.8 - 24.7 - Dallas East Regional
0:07:32 - 50 - 92 -- 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:21:00 - 20.9 - 35.3 - SBPLI Long Island Regional
0:07:38 - 39 - 72 -- 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:17:00 - 14.4 - 35.1 - Dallas West Regional

Week 6 (April 5-7)
0:06:38 - 50 - 86 - 10 - 0:04:40 - 0:16:20 - 24.9 - 49.9 - Week 6 Averages
0:06:19 - 57 - 95 - 10 - 0:04:00 - 0:14:00 - 31.8 - 58.5 - Queen City Regional
0:06:27 - 55 - 90 - 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:16:00 - 21.6 - 53.0 - Lone Star Regional
0:06:38 - 45 - 77 - 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:16:00 - 29.6 - 59.6 - Central Valley Regional
0:06:39 - 42 - 77 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:18:00 - 21.5 - 46.5 - Las Vegas Regional
0:06:42 - 48 - 87 - 11 - 0:04:00 - 0:20:00 - 25.6 - 43.7 - Spokane Regional
0:07:01 - 54 - 89 - 10 - 0:05:00 - 0:14:00 - 19.3 - 38.3 - North Carolina Regional

Week 7 (April 12-14)
0:06:26 - 51 - 117 - 14 - 0:04:00 - 0:29:00 - 43.5 - 67.6 - Week 7 Averages
0:06:14 - 47 - 106 - 14 - 0:04:00 - 0:24:00 - 40.3 - 66.9 - Mid-Atlantic Robotics FRC Region Championship
0:06:38 - 55 - 128 - 14 - 0:04:00 - 0:34:00 - 46.7 - 68.3 - Michigan FRC State Championship

FiM Districts
0:07:16 - 40 - 79 - 12 - 0:05:00 - 0:17:06 - 21 - 43.0 - FiM District Averages
0:07:52 - 39 - 78 - 12 - 0:05:00 - 0:20:00 - 13.5 - 40.0 - Kettering University FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 1)
0:07:28 - 36 - 72 - 12 - 0:04:00 - 0:20:00 - 12.6 - 26.1 - Gull Lake FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 1)
0:07:09 - 40 - 80 - 12 - 0:07:00 - 0:08:00 - 14.4 - 34.8 - Traverse City FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 2)
0:07:00 - 40 - 80 - 12 - 0:05:00 - 0:14:00 - 17.4 - 43.7 - Waterford FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 2)
0:07:10 - 41 - 80 - 12 - 0:07:00 - 0:08:00 - 25.4 - 47.5 - West Michigan FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 3)
0:07:33 - 40 - 80 - 12 - 0:05:00 - 0:14:00 - 17.0 - 37.9 - Detroit FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 3)
0:07:44 - 41 - 82 - 12 - 0:05:00 - 0:16:00 - 26.5 - 48.0 - Niles FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 4)
0:07:20 - 40 - 80 - 12 - 0:06:00 - 0:27:00 - 26.8 - 46.8 - Northville FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 4)
0:06:47 - 40 - 80 - 12 - 0:05:00 - 0:14:00 - 26.3 - 45.9 - Livonia FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 5)
0:06:37 - 40 - 80 - 12 - 0:04:00 - 0:30:00 - 34.3 - 59.5 - Troy FiM FRC Qualifying Event (Week 5)

MAR Districts
0:07:06 - 40 - 80 - 12 - 0:04:12 - 0:20:00 - 22.3 - 42.6 - MAR District Averages
0:07:24 - 38 - 76 - 12 - 0:04:00 - 0:15:00 - 18.8 - 45.6 - Hatboro-Horsham M.A.R. FRC Qualifying Event (Week 1)
0:06:58 - 37 - 74 - 12 - 0:04:00 - 0:14:00 - 24.5 - 45.9 - Chestnut Hill M.A.R. FRC Qualifying Event (Week 2)
0:06:40 - 41 - 91 - 13 - 0:04:00 - 0:15:00 - 15.9 - 34.9 - Rutgers M.A.R. FRC Qualifying Event (Week 2)
0:07:37 - 40 - 76 - 11 - 0:05:00 - 0:37:00 - 29.8 - 39.9 - Lenape M.A.R. FRC Qualifying Event (Week 4)
0:06:49 - 42 - 84 - 12 - 0:04:00 - 0:19:00 - 22.3 - 46.6 - Mount Olive M.A.R. Qualifying Event (Week 5)

Championship
0:06:22 - 100 - 150 - 9 - 0:03:45 - 0:21:00 - 38.5 - 70.6 - Championship Averages
0:06:08 - 100 - 150 - 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:15:00 - 37.3 - 65.0 - Galileo
0:06:16 - 100 - 150 - 9 - 0:03:00 - 0:26:00 - 39.6 - 76.0 - Archimedes
0:06:13 - 100 - 150 - 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:11:00 - 39.5 - 70.9 - Newton
0:06:50 - 100 - 150 - 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:32:00 - 37.6 - 70.5 - Curie
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Re: Event Averages

Wow... Didn't realize how competitive WI has gotten compared to everyone else. We always thought WI was the easier option when compared to Midwest. Guess that isn't true anymore.
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Wow... Didn't realize how competitive WI has gotten compared to everyone else. We always thought WI was the easier option when compared to Midwest. Guess that isn't true anymore.
Well WI and Midwest did effectively get split this year due to scheduling.
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Re: Event Averages

Yeah they were during the same week. But the high profile teams we've gotten in the past, like 111, chose Midwest. You would have thought the numbers would have gone the opposite direction.
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Re: Event Averages

Wow...look at the huge increase in averages for Week 7 compared to previous weeks. Also, it's nice to see fairly consistent field reset times all across the board.
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Re: Event Averages

FLR was higher than I actually thought it was going to be.

Very glad to see that. It's always been my favorite regional.
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Well WI and Midwest did effectively get split this year due to scheduling.
Definitely a change needing to happen for future years.
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Avg cycle - # teams - # matches - Matches per team - Min Cycle - Max Cycle - Avg Qual score - Avg Elim score - Event


Week 1 (March 3-5)

0:07:17 - 64 - 96 -- 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:43:00 - 19.0 - 43.4 - Greater Kansas City Regional

0:06:49 - 54 - 90 -- 10 - 0:04:00 - 0:23:00 - 17.4 - 33.8 - Oklahoma Regional

0:06:16 - 100 - 150 - 9 - 0:03:00 - 0:26:00 - 39.6 - 76.0 - Archimedes
Here are the three places Team 2410 competed at, isolated from the rest of the data. I must say, Greater Kansas City is rapidly becoming a powerhouse regional for a week 1 event. It's been a great honor to watch this rise, and I still have one more GKC to attend as a student!
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Week 2 (March 8-10)
0:06:56 - 52 - 85 -- 10 - 0:04:30 - 0:25:15 - 18.4 - 40.3 - Week 2 Averages
0:06:05 - 63 - 95 --- 9 - 0:04:00 - 0:11:00 - 14.4 - 35.2 - Chesapeake Regional
Kudos to the crew at the Chesapeake regional for having the fastest field reset time. I had the pleasure of attending the event last year, and I have to say, it was one of the best managed regionals I've seen. Im glad to see it shows in the numbers

Also, the spike in scores from week 1-6 to week 7 and the champs is amazing...
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Re: Event Averages

Waterloo actually ran early most of the matches, which lead to some interesting stalling tactics between matches. The field reset always ran fast but the MC, Karthik, spent a while anouncing teams.
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Re: Event Averages

Correct me if im wrong but CVR had the highest average elimination score out of all the regionals and districts? (not counting any types of championships)

If so that's very cool. Especially for a first year regional.
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Correct me if im wrong but CVR had the highest average elimination score out of all the regionals and districts?
Almost like it was a California State Championship, eh?

Almost. Not quite. See the stats for the FiM and MAR championships, particularly the average qualifying match scores. Imagine how much stronger California teams would be at CMP if they played qualification schedules as strong as those at the FiM and MAR championships.
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Re: Event Averages

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I noticed both BMR (Indiana event) and QCR (practically overrun with Indiana teams) led their weeks in efficiency, average qual score, and top three in elim scores.
Twelve IN teams went to CMP; three of them played in division elims. I had high hopes for Indiana teams playing a basketball game; the data here shows me that across the board, top to bottom, we were pretty proficient.
A lot of attention is going to our friends in Michigan, MAR, Ontario, California, Texas, and Florida, but I believe Indiana and the surrounding area is on the upswing.
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Well WI and Midwest did effectively get split this year due to scheduling.
How dose the scheduling work? It would be cool see how the event averages from year to year and if there is any change in the averages. I do that the Midwest can still be competitive if the both regional are split.
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