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Re: 2021 Spring Classics CQ Game
« on: February 28, 2021, 01:52 »
Team popularity

rank Team Popularity Unique picks members of Coll Wisdom
1      AmisVelo      111      0      7
2      Armchair      110      0      8
3      Madrazo      102      0      7
4      SemirS      99      1      7
5      RoteLaterne      98      3      7
6      MellowVelo      97      1      7
7      Search      95      2      6
8      Bminchow      94      2      6
9      Otoxiep87      93      2      6
10      Leadbelly      89      2      5
11      Kazistuta      86      2      5
12      Googolplex      85      1      6
13      Comodoro      84      3      5
14      Ray10      82      4      6
14      Triley36      82      2      4
16      Josedin      80      2      5
17      JustSomeGuy      77      1      5
18      DJSprtsch      75      4      4
19      Blues_in_the_Bottle      70      4      4
20      Scrool07      63      5      3
21      Del1962      59      4      4
22      ChrisDK      29      5      1
      CollectiveWisdom      120      0      12

There is a tab for the similarity of teams (whence the final column above).  Armchair and Amis Velo share 8 riders, and the following combinations share 7:
Amis Velo and Kazistuta
Armchair and Madrazo
Armchair and Otoxiep
Armchair and Search
Madrazo and Search
Rote Laterne and SemirS

while there are no less than 11 teams with which ChrisDK's selection has nothing in common, any pair of teams that does not include ChrisDK has at least one overlap.


When the spreadsheet is put up, you will see that there are columns and placeholders for a "So Last Year" team, and scores of riders in this set of races last year.  I thought I had calculated these, but mistakes came to light, so I am ignoring that for this year, but keeping the facility in the spreadsheet, because I will reuse the formatting next year.

And when you see the spreadsheet (I will put up the link after I have processed today's races, but that will have to wait for tomorrow), you will notice several columns consisting purely of commas: that is so that I can produce tables here.
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