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@ 2011-12-30 3:25 PM (#6314 - in reply to #6290) (#6314) Top

BohemianCoast



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BohemianCoast posted @ 2011-12-30 3:25 PM

I wouldn't worry about people participating once or twice and going away. First of all, there are lots of fun things you can do on this site that aren't participating in the timed tests -- like grabbing puzzle sets to go and do at leisure. My kids like the easier puzzles from the sets, but they'd hate the stress and perceived lack of success of the timed tests. You might want to consider whether you have regular visitors who aren't participating in the timed tests.

But also, the tests are really *very difficult*. I'm a pretty experienced puzzler and, with the exception of the Screen Test (which played to my strengths), I'm consistently coming about 3/4 of the way down the field. Lots of people would find that discouraging and go find an easier site. But that's actually the unique thing about this site so you wouldn't want to get rid of it.

You might want to think about occasionally having a set of easier puzzles for novices/kids. Or not; there's plenty of other stuff out there.
@ 2011-12-30 7:46 PM (#6317 - in reply to #6263) (#6317) Top

tamz29



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tamz29 posted @ 2011-12-30 7:46 PM

2nd most incorrect submission percentage... yay?
I remembered rushing my assignment and miscalculating the time I have left to play Puzzle Hybrids and ended up missing it.
Was a shame because Bram's puzzles are really good. Kudos to the Perfect Dozen - you're truly a fan of puzzles!
@ 2011-12-30 7:46 PM (#6318 - in reply to #6312) (#6318) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2011-12-30 7:46 PM

rakesh_rai - 2011-12-30 2:02 PM

Thanks Deb... those numbers are quite interesting.
Could we have an India list also with a lesser number constraint.

I didn't add any filters. Just took top 10 submissions from India, and sorted by the %age correctness.


@ 2011-12-30 10:09 PM (#6320 - in reply to #6263) (#6320) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2011-12-30 10:09 PM

Tejal makes 2 extremes :P I'm equally bad at both. At least there's uniformity.
@ 2011-12-30 10:35 PM (#6321 - in reply to #6263) (#6321) Top

neerajmehrotra



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neerajmehrotra posted @ 2011-12-30 10:35 PM

Really interesting statistics.....
I am happy to find my name here amongst top Indians......

Edited by neerajmehrotra 2011-12-30 10:40 PM
@ 2011-12-31 5:46 AM (#6323 - in reply to #6317) (#6323) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2011-12-31 5:46 AM

tamz29 - 2011-12-30 7:46 PM

2nd most incorrect submission percentage... yay?
I can also confirm that most number of incorrect submissions are from you (40). I'm not going to put a table for that.

Moving on to the next category, here is some puzzle related stats. The first one is easy to find out from the tests' score page.


@ 2011-12-31 5:48 AM (#6324 - in reply to #6263) (#6324) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2011-12-31 5:48 AM

Most 10 stars ratings received by puzzles (Minimum 5 10-Star ratings)



@ 2011-12-31 5:56 AM (#6325 - in reply to #6263) (#6325) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2011-12-31 5:56 AM

Most 10 stars ratings received by sudokus (Minimum 5 10-Star ratings)



@ 2012-01-01 3:31 PM (#6331 - in reply to #6263) (#6331) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2012-01-01 3:31 PM

Some more stats based on ratings


Here is the list of players who rate most frequently





List of top 3 tests just based on average of puzzle ratings


@ 2012-01-02 1:21 AM (#6332 - in reply to #6293) (#6332) Top

Valezius



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Valezius posted @ 2012-01-02 1:21 AM

Administrator - 2011-12-29 1:50 PM

The numbers suggest so. Here is the break up of 1-test participants (sudoku or puzzle) by countries.



Can we see a full nationality list about the 1041 unique players?
@ 2012-01-02 2:32 AM (#6333 - in reply to #6298) (#6333) Top

utkaarsh



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utkaarsh posted @ 2012-01-02 2:32 AM

Yipee I topped a list
But wait isnt it the wrong one

So for 2012, less of mistakes is my aim !!

Edited by utkaarsh 2012-01-02 2:34 AM
@ 2012-01-02 6:24 AM (#6334 - in reply to #6332) (#6334) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2012-01-02 6:24 AM

Valezius - 2012-01-02 1:21 AM

Can we see a full nationality list about the 1041 unique players?

Here we go

CountryTotalNonZeroNewIn2011
India312195181
USA14611683
Poland644533
Japan494326
Germany484118
Italy423021
Turkey372219
France362812
United Kingdom353118
Slovakia323020
Czech Republic21204
China20156
Serbia19166
Thailand14912
Hungary12125
South Korea12811
Netherlands11107
Canada943
Bulgaria992
Finland985
Russia874
Estonia774
Australia776
*UnKnown*534
Romania520
Austria530
Switzerland552
Greece423
Argentina433
Republic of Kosova414
Belgium442
Croatia440
Belarus432
Malaysia331
Bosnia and Herzegovina331
Taiwan330
Spain321
Peru210
Israel201
Uzbekistan221
Macedonia221
Luxembourg210
Denmark220
Indonesia111
Zhongguo111
Mexico111
Portugal111
Lithuania100
Slovenia110
Cyprus111
Sweden110
Malta101
Brazil111
Morocco110
Philippines110



Please note : We don't have a drop down for filling countries. So some of the names below could be duplicates. Please post here if you see any.
@ 2012-01-02 6:46 AM (#6335 - in reply to #6263) (#6335) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2012-01-02 6:46 AM

A related graph - most from any country for any test.

@ 2012-01-02 7:35 PM (#6344 - in reply to #6263) (#6344) Top

Administrator



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Administrator posted @ 2012-01-02 7:35 PM

Some stats about individual performances



















@ 2012-01-05 10:15 AM (#6359 - in reply to #6263) (#6359) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-01-05 10:15 AM

Last Set of stats











@ 2012-06-30 6:15 PM (#7638 - in reply to #6333) (#7638) Top

debmohanty




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debmohanty posted @ 2012-06-30 6:15 PM

Administrator - 2011-12-30 5:06 AM



utkaarsh - 2012-01-02 2:32 AM

Yipee I topped a list
But wait isnt it the wrong one

So for 2012, less of mistakes is my aim !!


What happpened to your goal Utkaarsh?
@ 2012-06-30 6:33 PM (#7639 - in reply to #7638) (#7639) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2012-06-30 6:33 PM

debmohanty - 2012-06-30 6:15 PM

What happpened to your goal Utkaarsh?


That goal was in itself a wrong submission.

Yay, I'm not on the wrong list! One step forward to the right list.

Just realized thats the same list as the one at the top of the page O.o oops. Now I'm confused.

Edited by prasanna16391 2012-06-30 6:35 PM
@ 2012-07-01 12:41 AM (#7646 - in reply to #6263) (#7646) Top

utkaarsh



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utkaarsh posted @ 2012-07-01 12:41 AM

Thanks PS for rubbing it in !!
i sincerely hope my mistakes take a time out during ISC !!
@ 2012-07-01 12:50 AM (#7647 - in reply to #7646) (#7647) Top

prasanna16391



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prasanna16391 posted @ 2012-07-01 12:50 AM

utkaarsh - 2012-07-01 12:41 AM

Thanks PS for rubbing it in !!
i sincerely hope my mistakes take a time out during ISC !!


I'm in the same boat mate :P I correct most of my errors, I solve almost everything twice :D
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