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nobitacu
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Oct 27, 2004, 03:15 PM
 
Hello,

I just joined and are now on my 3rd WU, first one was a huge one, second was a small one, this time, I have a huge one again, so it'll take at least 3 days for this one too I'm guessing... anyways, my question is... I checked my stats on the stats page of Team MacNN, it says that I'm in 256th place, but Analysis it says Insufficient Data. Why is that? what does that mean? I've been active the whole time ever since I signed up, and will most likely stay this way until I move than resetup again. Why is it saying that? Also, what does all the different colors that members are labeld in mean? I'm in a blue color box.

Thanks,

Ming
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reader50
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Oct 27, 2004, 04:19 PM
 
Blue is a visual indication of Insufficient Data - which comes up when the stats have less than 24 hours of tracking for your account. Stanford does not list you on a team until some time after you return the first work unit. ie:

First (big) unit is returned: Stanford will notice and list you, usually within 24 hours.
2nd (small) unit is returned: You may have been listed by now, maybe not.
Somewhere before or after the 2nd is returned, you get listed and teamstats starts tracking you.
24 hours later: blue background changes to another color as Analysis becomes reliable.

Red/Orange shows varying levels of threat to those above. Shades of green show those who can be easily passed. Grey indicates an Inactive, unless someone is ready to pass them - in which case they will show as green.
     
nobitacu  (op)
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Oct 27, 2004, 04:21 PM
 
Ah... thanks, that answered my questions nicely.

Happy folding!

Ming
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