Explanation of Statistics Bar Graph

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Explanation of Statistics Bar Graph

Postby uujm17 » Mar 20, 2012

Would you explain the bar graph at the bottom of Statistics.

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Re: Explanation of Bar Graph

Postby Aidan » Mar 22, 2012

The bar graph at the bottom of the statistics screen shows a graph of the currently selected statistic (e.g. "Average Play Points") over the number of games selected in the "Range" list. Each entry in the graph represents one game, with the most recent game on the right side. Each entry has two colours - the green part represents you and the red part represents the opponent you have selected.

A note about the "Average" statistics: If you select an average statistic - e.g. the "Average Points Won" statistic, then the numbers shown beside the "Average Points Won" text will show the average points won over the number of games selected, and the bar graph will show the actual number of points won for both players for each game.

E.g. If you played only two games against the opponent shown, and won the first game scoring 121 points and lost the second game scoring 79 points, the text will show the average points won by you as (121+79)/2 = 100.0 in your column, and the bar graph at the bottom will show 121 and 79 points won in the green parts of the two entries shown, and your opponents points will be shown beside your points in red for each game. This allows you to see easily your progress against an opponent over time just by looking at the bottom graph.
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Re: Explanation of Statistics Bar Graph

Postby uujm17 » Mar 23, 2012

Thanks, Aidan
I wouldn't have figured it out myself but I now that you've explained it, the graph makes perfect sense. I really enjoy your game and that will make it better.
Not only is it fun to play, it has really improved my cribbage at home.
Thanks again for the answer and the game, Wayne


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