I’m using this weekend to get some data to start playing with, so not all the bells and whistles of the new FRC Miner will be going live. Here’s some things to look forward to for Week 2
Individual Team Lookup
This was the biggest feature request last year. This year you’ll be able to see the data just for your team for every event you’ve played at. You’ll be able to see if you’re individual scores get better or worse at different competitions
Individual Team/Event Breakdown
To see how you do over time, we’ll be showing you data for your team at an event and how you did in each match you played in. This graphical analysis helps you see how you get better and in what areas you get better over the course of an event
I’d love to hear of any feedback about the site. I’m open to feature requests, small improvements, or fixing things that got past me. Feel free to email me (my email is at the bottom of the website) or post here. Follow @FRCMiner](https://twitter.com/frcminer) for any updates
I have an idea! I forgot to follow @FRCFMS for the first few hours today, so I missed the first half of the tweets and didn’t log that data.
Don’t worry - I’ll be going though and updating the database so that the data is correct for tonight/tomorrow. And I’ll make an effort to make sure this sort of dumb mistake doesn’t happen again. (But at least it wasn’t the code!)
Additionally - the FMS hasn’t been posting any Traverse City data for 6 hours. According to the FMS, the last match they played was 24… which I hope isn’t true. If so, tomorrow is gonna be a bad time.
Edit: It’s not. They played up to 54. So the FMS just skipped 30 matches. Not my fault! But I’ll find a way to fix it…
Yes this is average score per alliance. Finding average score per robot given the alliance data is what OPR is used for.
Edit: All data available from Friday via the FRCFMS is now on Miner. Traverse City appears to have had some issues with the FMS and is missing several matches. A good example is Kettering, since I know all the FMS data is going out http://www.frcminer.com/e/miket
Is there any way to show data from all events on a single graph? It would be nice to see this as a sort of ranking for all teams that have competed so far, without needing to flip through every page. Additionally, I’m trying to figure out how good my team’s strategy and expected points/game match up to the overall population that’s played so far.