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Everything posted by andegre

  1. Yes, when auto-pick is turned on, it will take the TOP wrestler, according to that user's "need weights", from the "Top 300/Best Available" list. If you check the "Top 300" page, that's the exact order of how they'd get drafted if auto-pick is turned on for everyone. But, the "Simulate Remainder of Draft", I believe, will choose, AT RANDOM, between the top 5 in the Need Weights/Best Available list...that was done to try and introduce SOME randomness when I test with all of the simulated users.
  2. Looking for 2 more people to fill this group for a 3:30PM EST draft today... https://www.wrestlestat.com/fcw/group/32/join
  3. It's been made public that JRent's father was going through chemo last season/year...that's why he wasn't wrestling.
  4. It's not set-in-stone yet, but it will most-likely use dual scoring format, and it will be weekly head-to-head "matches" vs one other user in your league. Then the following week, it will be against a different user in your group. Winners will be determined by the W/L record, with tiebreaker being total points scored throughout the season.
  5. I don't believe that's the case. You ALWAYS [or at least should have] the ability to edit the roster for the following fantasy week, whether that's via starter changes, trades, or free agency transactions. For the trades, have you selected which other user in your league that you want to trade with? You have to do that, before you can see the rosters.... LMK
  6. Opened up for testing... https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/07/23/fcw-fantasy-college-wrestling/
  7. We're working on implementing the RPI calculations into the WrestleStat rankings algorithm....over 500 simulations have been done so far; I'd say we're making progress!!!
  8. I feel honored that our site ranks up there with "we landed on the moon", easily my favorite movie!
  9. Waymit! Did my "Oregon State alum who doesn't do social media" just get an account on this forum? lol
  10. Our last installment... https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/26/wrestlestat-rankings-final-2019/
  11. Hey @Ching, can you send me a couple of your excel file? My "Oregon State Alum who doesn't do social media" is already sending me modifications to start running simulations against....we're gonna get first eventually!!!
  12. It’s BASED/ORIGINATED from the Elo algorithm, with many changes to work for wrestling. There are approximately 10 different equations/algorithms that go into the whole thing. Then I wrote a simulation engine last off-season to allow me to do thousands of simulations to continually optimize it.
  13. Thanks again Ching! One thing that we/WrestleStat would also like to point out, if you exclude 285, WrestleStat was #1. (I know, picking data to fulfill my argument....). Pretty cool to see though, that all of the work myself and my algorithm guy did this offseason paid off in a BIG way. (Last year we scored around 515 if I recall). Thanks algorithm guy ;) Scratch that, leaving out 285 OR 157 and WrestleStat wins... :) edit 2: my “algorithm guy” wants his name changed to: “Oregon State Alum who doesn't do social media”, so thank you, “Oregon State Alum who doesn't do social media”
  14. https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/14/ncaa-wrestling-championships-wrestlestat-comparison-hub/
  15. https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/22/2019-ncaa-championships-blood-round-comparisons/
  16. Who do you think makes the finals? https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/22/2019-ncaa-championships-semifinal-comparisons/
  17. https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/22/2019-ncaa-championships-2nd-round-consolation-comparisons/
  18. https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/22/2019-ncaa-championships-quarterfinal-comparisons/
  19. https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/21/2019-ncaa-championships-1st-round-consolation-comparisons/ The Comparison Hub has been updated as well which contains ALL comparisons... https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/14/ncaa-wrestling-championships-wrestlestat-comparison-hub/
  20. https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/21/2019-ncaa-wrestling-championships-round-of-16-comparisons/
  21. Updated to reflect the re-draw at 285. Jake Gunning out, Jacob Aven in (plus seed shift from 33 thru 24)
  22. 1st round comparisons have been updated to reflect the bracket change at 125.
  23. 3 days to go! If you like using the WrestleStat comparisons, we've created a "Hub" page that will be used throughout all of Nationals this year. For each session, we'll be putting out these comparison pages, like the one linked above. Each time a new one gets released, we'll be updating this Hub page with the appropriate link. This way, you guys/gals can just bookmark a single page, and get to all the comparisons that we come up with. Should make it real easy while there so you don't have to hunt through message board posts... Here it is: https://wrestlestat.wordpress.com/2019/03/14/ncaa-wrestling-championships-wrestlestat-comparison-hub/
  24. And here's his response: That last section shows the significance of this....quarters 2 of 4 place, rd16 losers only 1, and rd32 only 1.
  25. Doesn't look good for WrestleStat already this year, not just because of the rankings, but how the wrestlers are SEEDED... Check out what my algorithm guy sent me explaining why we'll do poorly this year... He's sent subsequent emails clarifying that @SetonHallPirate is affected by this same scenario at 4 different weights (149, 184, 197, 285). Will be interesting now to see how the rankings hold up, though I'm not as confident as I was previously.
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