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New: 05-02-2012 03:38 PM
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05-02-2012 05:43 PM

avanboekel


Unread Re: paper: 2012 Twitter data

The average red score was 26.399 and the average blue score was 24.772. That's a difference of 1.627 points per match. Does anyone else think that this is a significant difference.



05-02-2012 05:54 PM

Steven Donow


Unread Re: paper: 2012 Twitter data

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Originally Posted by avanboekel View Post
The average red score was 26.399 and the average blue score was 24.772. That's a difference of 1.627 points per match. Does anyone else think that this is a significant difference.
I don't think so...if it were like, a 10 point difference I would say so, but I think it's just a random variance or something



05-02-2012 05:57 PM

avanboekel


Unread Re: paper: 2012 Twitter data

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Originally Posted by stevend1994 View Post
I don't think so...if it were like, a 10 point difference I would say so, but I think it's just a random variance or something
Even over 6822 matches?



05-02-2012 06:07 PM

mikemat


Unread Re: paper: 2012 Twitter data

I would consider it a small margin, considering some of those matches are eliminations, where red is the higher seed and thus should put up more points.



05-02-2012 06:10 PM

Joe Ross


Unread Re: paper: 2012 Twitter data

Remember that in the eliminations, the red alliance starts out as the highest seeds. If you ignore the elimination matches, Blue has a slight advantage 22.36 to 22.12.



05-02-2012 06:13 PM

avanboekel


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Remember that in the eliminations, the red alliance starts out as the highest seeds. If you ignore the elimination matches, Blue has a slight advantage 22.36 to 22.12.
I forgot about red having the advantage of being the higher seed in eliminations. 0.24 is a much more reasonable margin.



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