05/09/2017 at 09:26 •
- one can play with the Leaderboard Awards data collected daily by Yann for more than a months, thank you Yann for making the files available to everybody
- Constellation Chart available to play, too, enjoy
05/09/2017 at 09:17 •
Yann's Leaderboard dataset was in JSON format, but CSV was needed in order to make the interactive charts, so I wrote a small Python script to convert the file format and also attach the file date/time as a new field in the dataset.
The script is in the github repository, in the 'tools' folder: https://github.com/RoGeorge/2017HackadayPrize_Stats/tree/master/tools/jsonToCsvAndAddFileTime
05/05/2017 at 08:00 •
Seed bootstrap unofficial list extracted from the Leaderboard https://hackaday.io/prize after closure of the First Round (Design your concept).
The spreadsheet has 2 pages, one page with Likes per Owner, and one with Likes per Projects:
05/01/2017 at 11:40 •
While @RoGeorge made a snapshot of the projects with one method, I have since the beginning used the HaD-provided system at https://hackaday.io/api/misc/prizeLeaderboard to evaluate the evolution and attribution of the jar.
So mostly every day I run a script that fetches the above link and parses the result. I save the file with a timestamp in the name so I now have about 50 "snapshots" of the projects' activities since march 20.
My idea was to plot the appearance, growth, sometimes removal of individual projects over time, see the effect of corrective measures (removed projects, added funds...) but I don't have all the tools (or time, or motivation) to dig through the dataset. I'm not a professional numbers analyst.
I'll upload my dataset, don't forget that the file's timestamp overrides the filename...
05/01/2017 at 06:34 •
Added Top 100 Owners by Total Skulls (not Money)
Added Top 100 Owners by Projects Number
IMPORTANT: The dataset is just a draft, and all statistics are estimated only, unofficial.
Official Hackaday numbers are based on a better dataset, so it may not match the statistics from this project.
Please do not expect the number of Likes from these data to match the money amount from the Hackaday LeaderBoard. Leaderboard has it's own rule to count the number of Likes that are legit for remuneration.
05/01/2017 at 04:40 •
For some reason, edit project/details is not working to edit this projects so please excuse the typos.
Maybe HaD frozen the database for a contest snapshot, will try again later.