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Statistics about the format Sep 15, 2015, 8:03 PM | |
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zombie33 |
I want to share with you a very interesting Google Doc with many statistics about the format since the ban List E2 (actual ban list starting at 1st August 2015). They are statistics about, archetypes, color, cards etc... This Google Doc is update with each new peasant tournament and it's also a working document for the Council who makes the banlist. A lot to discuss here ! |

Max2070 |
Sep 19, 2015, 9:00 PM
surely intersting but difficult to read |

Max2070 |
Sep 19, 2015, 9:10 PM
and understand |

zombie33 |
Sep 19, 2015, 9:38 PM
If someone have suggestions or questions about this, i can answer of course... |

GalacticPresident |
Sep 23, 2015, 1:35 PM
Awesome document you're providing here, I'm a big fan! It is going to be of great help for discussing the metagame, now we have actual proof of what decks are played and their results. If I can ask for something, please explain "POW" a little more precisely. The percentage should show the power of the deck, meaning how it performed on average. At least to me, it is not clear how the percentage comes together and what 50% and 80% actually mean. 100% would mean that the deck won every time it was played? Maybe a simple example of two Top 8 results and the according calculations would help? Why are there decks with a "frequency played" but without "POW"? |

zombie33 |
Sep 23, 2015, 1:59 PM
Great ! A question About POW (power) - 100% : means everytime the deck was played the deck was 1st. - 0% : means everytime the deck was played the deck was last. - This is an average of all position of the archetype during tournament, but there is more : It's an average with a weight equal to the number of player in the tournament. For example, if an archetype finish 1st at a 10 players tournament, and last at en 20 players achetypes, his power will be : 33% = (1*10 + 0*20)/(10+20). Finally, in order to correctly evaluate the power of a deck, POW appears in the document only if the deck was play at least three times. |

charlee |
Sep 24, 2015, 1:59 PM
I don't understand. What is first and what is last ? If a deck finishes 2d at a 10-players tournament, will his power be 90% ? |

Manudesbois |
Sep 24, 2015, 3:12 PM
88.89% as I understand it. In the example zombie gave, the 1 is 100% and the 0 is 0%. This percentage would be (nb of players "beaten", i.e. with a lower rank)/(nb of "adjacent" intervals) = (nb players - rank)/(nb players - 1) = (10-2)/(10-1) = 8/9 = 0.8889 And then when you have another tournament, 0.8889 has weigth 10 and the score in the other tournament has weigth = nb of players. |

charlee |
Sep 24, 2015, 5:23 PM
I took (nb players - rank + 1)/nb players = (10 - 2 + 1)/10 = 9/10 = 90%. But with that, if the deck finished last, its power would be 10% instead of 0%, so you're probably right. Thx ! |

zombie33 |
Sep 24, 2015, 5:57 PM
Manu is right ! |

pilota |
Sep 25, 2015, 8:52 PM
Concorde was 100% Secure before accident 2000 , after it was 0%. Dont mind much about statistic. Helpful and nothing else.Same like TITANIC |