Originally posted by Benzai This one took 43 days, the longest ever. And despite the extra length of time that was available, the other bands didn't kick out an unusually large number of people: http://fatphil.org/tmp/RB_Millions.png Some new graphs that intend to show the effort put in by each band, and also by per person in the band, seem to indicate that this was a relatively slow month in most bands: http://fatphil.org/tmp/RB_Millions_work.png Regarding whining, being top raters these are the people with the most invested in the hobby, they are the one-percenters of ratebeer numerically, so they'd be more inclined to continue rating no matter what. |
With 6150 ratings I barely make the 3m band, huh :D I hoped for the 2m :D |
The "stay in 3m" rate is presently 3.4496 per day, so you're 0.56/day short = i.e. slowly dropping out. However, you do have 700 in hand, so you should be safe for a fair while. I'm not prepared to put any credibility behind a prediction of 700/0.56=1250d=3y5m, which is mid-march 2021, but don't mind throwing out there just for a laugh. |
I guess I got into beer too late to ever reach the higher bands, however if I understood your graphs correctly I should eventually get into the 5m band quite easily should I keep up my current pace (usually 3-4 rates per day)? |
The 5M band is creeping forward at 1.9318/day (Cell M43), so your deficit will take approximately (2208-1441)/(2.96-1.93)=745 days, a touch over 2 years. |
Who knows, the ratings counter is still broken, so you never know whether the numbers are correct. |
Looks like I will be falling out of band 1 and going into band 2 sometime soon. I just can't do over 2000 rates a year and keep my |
Originally posted by FatPhil Ah thanks for that, I knew I was failing somewhere in working out the calculation. I best get drinking then... |
Originally posted by Benzai From the math one would expect this to slow down. Imagine we have only 3 users doing the 1 million, say at 400k, 350k, 250k ratings. To get down to two users, the two top raters would have to get the number of ratings the third one currently has, i.e. 125k each. And once they get to 525k & 375k, to get down to top user doing it, he'd have to do an additional 375k! Or in other words: The remaining n-1 top raters have to come up for the total number of ratings of the n-th rater. This number increases every time n gets smaller, and also the number of raters gets smaller, so no wonder it takes longer. |
Originally posted by harrisoni |
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