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Re: [Bug-gnubg] gnubg.sql - stats from my database

From: Jim Segrave
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] gnubg.sql - stats from my database
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 22:45:54 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.16 (2007-06-09)

On Wed 24 Nov 2010 (16:42 -0000), address@hidden wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> Many thanks for your comprehensive and helpful reply.
> I will try to run your scripts tomorrow when I'm a bit fresher.
> I don't personally know any Python programmers so I'm not sure if it will go
> much further than that.
> Also I tried to check the link at 
> www.xs4all.nl/~jes-2

www.xs4all.nl/jes2 (my mistake, my account was jes-2.demon.nl, when
xsrall bought demon my account was migrated and the '-' was accidently

> but it is giving a 404 error at the moment?
> Finally, you did ask a couple of clarification questions which I will answer
> here:
> >>> + number of occasions successfully hit a single blot when within 
> >>> 1 dice roll range (when you actually want to hit it i.e. not leaving 
> >>> something silly open for your opponent to get of the bar and return a 
> >>> hit. I know this bit sounds difficult to calculate) / vs gnubg's stats
> >>You'd need to define what you actually mean a lot better. I don't know
> >>what you eman by gnubg's stats
> By 'vs gnubg's stats' I meant posing the same query again, but not for the
> human - for the computer. (For comparison)

Further clarification wouldl be needed. How can a program decide when
a hit would be silly? I think defining when a hit is advisable or not
is quite complex. You'd need to look at gnubg's evaluation of hitting
vs not hitting, bbut that evaluation won't be available if you didn't
get a roll where a hit was possible. 

Jim Segrave           address@hidden

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