Edit: I just realized that the rankings on FIRST’s site are sorted by team number, not by rank. (Seeing 116 as #1 seed when they didn’t make eliminations kinda threw up the red flag.) FFers, hold your proverbial horses.
On first pass (no pun intended), when RANK is sequential and in order of TEAM number, you have to ASSUME something “ain’t quite right”. Let’s hope these just need to be adjusted/corrected. Currently the rankings hold no water.
The match results and awards from VCU are correct. I entered the awards and we checked the match results as they posted. The ranking issue is a known and being worked on, but the QP and RP data are correct, we spot checked multiple teams.
The first 32 Q matches are from Thursday. If you look, after the elim matches, it goes from Q1-32, then back to Q1. Those 32 should really not be listed, or have a P in front of them. This is another known issue.
I entered the data of VCU and get the same rankings. A couple times I had to reverse engineer the score, especially match #8 where the red alliance had 12 minus 35, not 0 minus 35 as the overlay had shown.
Also, match 53 was shown as 48-19, but the website states 53-29.
While I have the same ranking order, a few teams have different Ave RP than first does.
It would really help if the first website included 1) penalty / dq info 2) “extra match” / surrogate info 3) hi score 4) coinflip result.
When it comes to “Hi Score”… Is it the highest un-penalized or penalized score? It seems it can not be the highest Ranking Point score, since teams like 1731 are listed at 99.
Also, If 1731 had been DQ in that 99 pt match, would their Hi Score have been the next highest, 76 in match 1? … would make sense, right?
How did you find this information at all? Without the links you provided, there’s no way anyone could find it on the FIRST website. What would someone tell friends who are unfamiliar with FIRST, if they want to look up a team’s scores for a given regional?
(Assuming, of course, that the data would be meaningful to anyone not acquainted with the scoring system.)
It’s actually (relatively) easy to find. Go to the FRC section of www.usfirst.org, click on “Regional Events” in the side bar, and then click on the regional you want. Match Results, Standings and Awards are linked at the bottom
To get to the proper pages on the web.
Goto the FIRST website, http://www.usfirst.org/.
Choose FIRST Robotics Competition on the top.
Then choose Regional Events on the left.
From that page, choose the event you want.
Match Results, Standings, and Awards links are at the bottom of that page.
Thanks, both of you!
I guess FIRST just added these links in the last day or two. The links don’t appear for the regionals my team is attending, even though our first one (Arizona) is less than a week away.