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Green is survival, and so the X value is the average survival score of the enemy bot. The red and blue use enemy APS as the X value, not survival, and since survival scores are higher the green dots go further to the right.

I've actually thought about changing the X axis to just be enemy APS to make it easier to interpret. Or ordering the X-axis by rank instead of using APS values.

Skilgannon (talk)08:22, 19 November 2013

I've changed it so they all use APS on the X axis, so it should be clearer now.

Skilgannon (talk)10:03, 19 November 2013

I like new charts better and they are easier to understand. Thanks.

They are some white space on left and right, but I think it is ok since presentation is clearer now.

There is amasing correlation between APS and Survival in roborumble scores :)

Beaming (talk)13:51, 19 November 2013

Would it be a good idea, to make survival difference green on bot comparison charts? This way color scheme matches the main chart.

Beaming (talk)14:26, 19 November 2013


Skilgannon (talk)21:23, 19 November 2013

Wow. I did not expect such quick fix. Thanks Skilgannon.

Now I would like to complain about this green color :) I personally think it is not very contrast on a white background.

I like our red and blue, but I think it would be better to replace currently light colored green with either much darker green or better yet something else, for example black.

I only speak for my own eyes, but I think our potentially color blinded participants will appreciate it as well.

Beaming (talk)22:14, 19 November 2013

Wow, sorry I missed these. The reason I use this green is because I just do a simple RGB 3-layer image, and set the different pixels manually. I would have to do a much more complex transform to get better colours. If you want to investigate my uber-messy code and provide a patch feel free =)

Skilgannon (talk)18:23, 18 November 2014

Sorry to be such a pain. But I have one more thought. May be APS as X axis is not such a good choice. Since in meleerumble there is white spaces on left and right. No bots have APS above 70% and below 10%.

Would it be better to use rating? Or may be ANPP? Those take full scale.

Beaming (talk)02:00, 20 November 2013

I use APS because it is stable and always available. ANPP is sometimes not available (just after stabilising, before batches have run). I could use rating, but that I feel is too closely fit to which other bots are in the rumble at the time of viewing, and I would prefer the image to be more stable for long-term comparison.

Skilgannon (talk)18:26, 18 November 2014
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