Useless FRC Statistics

One more fun 175/176/177 fact. The three of us were also the finalist alliance at the 2003 New England Regional. Although only two of us took the field in a given match.

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I just realized there are 5 teams that have already won - 2 - blue banners this year. In just week 1.

876, 1477, 1718, 2337, 2468

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Here’s another post on Chief Delphi. It’s like a March Madness bracket of sorts, but without the bracket. It measures the CHS-yness of each team and event, CHS referring to FIRST Chesapeake District, of course.


We were ranked pretty high, although I’m sure whoever wrote this was surprised at our performance :laughing:. Our whole team was surprised too, considering the fact that we were ranked #1 in the CHS District before District Champs (not so subtle flex), but I believe that Rosie (named after Rosie the Riveter) is probably our best bot.
I bet we’re gonna do much better at Week 3.

If someone else posted this earlier, I apologize for that. I just skimmed through the thread.

FIM has over 540 FRC teams (569 last I saw). That is more than the amount of 11 man varsity football teams in the state of michigan

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This is my favorite statistic. FiM’s growth after 2014 (when I left) is astounding, and at the time, it was unexpected.

In 2018 1241 only won events in which we tipped

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In 2018 we tipped every event and won none of them.

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Our 2020 robot is the same weight as 472 quarter pounders from Mcdonalds. The total cost of 472 quarter pounders is roughly $2700.

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Are you assuming that the weight of a quarter pounder is 1/4 pounds? That’s a risky assumption because the name refers to the pre-cooked weight of just the patty. The burger itself is probably heavier than that.

What I’m saying is that your robot is over the weight limit.

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once the water is gone, the patty doesn’t way much

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Blue banners won by FRC team 254 at Midwest Regional since 2010
I have done a ton of research, and created this intuitive chart that is very helpful

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Reminds me of a similar graph

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dont forget 7225

Robot course where the terrain is the ball pits…

2015: Average Landfill Litter score

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The 23,586 alliances that played in regular season 2015 competitions scored a total of 14,512 litter in the landfill, leading to an average of 0.615 litter scored in the landfill per alliance (which is also 0.615 points).

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Average number of parts (down to the bolt and washer scale) left on the field per week of competition.

Just because I needed to contribute more to the analysis of this very important metric:
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Can I get a top 10 opr team list for litter from 2015 championships?

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Number of 2020 Week 1 Event Winners, by Team Number Parity

2020 Week 1 Winners by Team Number Parity

Number of 2020 Week 1 Event Winners, by Team Number Primality

2020 Week 1 Winners by Team Number Primality

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