Siverus Snape wrote:if the tossup goes dead and bonus points are still awarded to one team, the spreadsheet doesn't flag it.
Captain Scipio wrote:These are great and I want to thank you for making them; we put them to extensive and very successful use at Illinois Open this weekend. The one thing I'd request is that you add a column for the room the round was read in.
MaS
Captain Scipio wrote:The one thing I'd request is that you add a column for the room the round was read in.
cornfused wrote:how did you get the scoresheets from moderator to stat room - did you have them copy down the important parts onto actual paper, send it over wireless, or something else?
Sir Thopas wrote:should the money be willing to be forked over
BuzzerZen wrote:Sir Thopas wrote:should the money be willing to be forked over
You're seriously attributing propositional attitudes to money?
cornfused wrote:This is great - we have no printer in the tournament building, but we DO have ubiquitous wireless access and plenty of laptops... so we're going to use Lily's program and email and physically bring my printer from my dorm room to the stat room.
No printer access, no problem - paperless tournament.
Bentley Like Beckham wrote:...have a backup plan...
Bentley Like Beckham wrote:...have a backup plan...
Bentley Like Beckham wrote:...have a backup plan...
Siverus Snape wrote:Much better, freer, and less bloated than WinRAR: http://www.7-zip.org/
lchen wrote:I've updated the scoresheets to version 2.6, which now supports the new 2010 PACE format. In addition, I've added highlighting for stolen bonus points, and correct calculation of % bonus/steals for the PACE format. From now on, the spreadsheet for the old PACE format will no longer be maintained.
jonah wrote:I hate to look a gift-Lily in the mouth, but is there any chance of making a version of the mACF sheet that supports bouncebacks? The NSC-format one doesn't work perfectly for this because it has powers worth 20 instead of 15. It would also be great for there to be a cell at the bottom displaying the total number of bounceback opportunities (number of tossups the opponent got minus the number of bonuses they thirtied) to save a little time when entering data into SQBS.
Yes, but I thought other people might find the same thing useful, so it would be great if they were centrally distributed.Frater Taciturnus wrote:Can't you just change the numbers?jonah wrote:I hate to look a gift-Lily in the mouth, but is there any chance of making a version of the mACF sheet that supports bouncebacks? The NSC-format one doesn't work perfectly for this because it has powers worth 20 instead of 15. It would also be great for there to be a cell at the bottom displaying the total number of bounceback opportunities (number of tossups the opponent got minus the number of bonuses they thirtied) to save a little time when entering data into SQBS.
jonah wrote:I hate to look a gift-Lily in the mouth, but is there any chance of making a version of the mACF sheet that supports bouncebacks? The NSC-format one doesn't work perfectly for this because it has powers worth 20 instead of 15. It would also be great for there to be a cell at the bottom displaying the total number of bounceback opportunities (number of tossups the opponent got minus the number of bonuses they thirtied) to save a little time when entering data into SQBS.
jonah wrote:It would also be great for there to be a cell at the bottom displaying the total number of bounceback opportunities (number of tossups the opponent got minus the number of bonuses they thirtied) to save a little time when entering data into SQBS.
Nope. That appears to be the total number of rebounded points (also displayed at H30 and Q30), but isn't the number of opportunities.The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio wrote:Wouldn't they just be cells AA24 and AB24?jonah wrote:It would also be great for there to be a cell at the bottom displaying the total number of bounceback opportunities (number of tossups the opponent got minus the number of bonuses they thirtied) to save a little time when entering data into SQBS.
jonah wrote:Nope. That appears to be the total number of rebounded points (also displayed at H30 and Q30), but isn't the number of opportunities.The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio wrote:Wouldn't they just be cells AA24 and AB24?jonah wrote:It would also be great for there to be a cell at the bottom displaying the total number of bounceback opportunities (number of tossups the opponent got minus the number of bonuses they thirtied) to save a little time when entering data into SQBS.
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