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Author Topic: Found a useful data source - request for help entering it - NEVER MIND  (Read 6075 times)

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I'm putting out a call for help entering the data from this page into WCP '06.  It will give us a good starting point:

http://www.wccomp.co.uk/betting.asp


if you go to that page you will see a table of the Round One Games.

clicking on a row will show you people predictions of scores for when each match is played.

At the bottom of that table is "Average Predicted ScoreLine"

You want to grab that score and enter it into the edit table for your settings (remember settings table is alphabetical so to find a match look up earlier name on left).

Make sure to name the title of your saved settings so you can come back to it.

all the match prediction pages are of the form:
http://www.wccomp.co...-group.asp?GameId=75
through
http://www.wccomp.co...group.asp?GameId=122

email me if you have further questions (mouser@donationcoder.com) - i could really use the help entering this data!
« Last Edit: June 07, 2006, 10:53:59 AM by mouser »

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Re: Found a useful data source - request for help entering it
« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2006, 10:53:47 AM »
never mind - no one loves WCP  :hanged:

i put in the values myself - it's a great starting point for the first round of the tournament..
still need good estimates of the other values though.