[Computer-go] cgos bayeselo
jason.james.house at gmail.com
Fri Nov 12 17:54:38 PST 2010
On Nov 12, 2010, at 7:40 PM, Don Dailey <dailey.don at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a question here. What is the rating on the main list, and how does it relate to Bayeselo? E.g. if I look on http://cgos.boardspace.net/9x9/bayes.html, I see that _Gnu3.8L1_2 has an Elo of 1857 after playing 258 games. On http://cgos.boardspace.net/9x9/standings.html (the only page I normally look at for ratings) it has a rating of 1760 (after playing 258 games). How do these two numbers relate, and also how will it work, copying the Elo across to the main table, which at the moment doesn't look like it contains Elo? Sorry to ask basic questions - I'm still new =)I see on the Elo page that the Lazy,* bots have between them accrued 144 games. and have a combined Elo of 2111. But on the main ratings page I see two separate bots, Lazy,0 and Lazy,1. Is the idea that when you do the copy-over, the main ratings page will also only show Lazy,* ?
> No, the main page will always track the players as separate individuals. So you should see Lazy,0 and Lazy,1 on the main page.
> On the Bayeselo page, which has the most accurate ratings, you will only see Lazy,*
> When bayeselo runs it produces as output a set of sql commands that (for now) I will manually run from time to time. They just update the ratings field for the comma bots.
> So as soon as I update the ratings of the comma bots you will see them start drifting away until I do the update again.
I think any sync to baeselo should update all bots, not just the comma bots. Without that, it may take a while for other stable bots to resettle. It'll also make the comma bots drift faster if you don't.
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