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Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by moulyg) | Reply
Hello,
These 2 challenges are missing from Stage 4 leaderboard F2F track. Please help.

John Hancock - Signator Investors Admin UI Prototype F2F Challenge - Admin Part
https://www.topcoder.com/challenge-details/30053140/?type=develop

John Hancock - Signator Investors Mobile App UI Prototype F2F Challenge - Mobile Part
https://www.topcoder.com/challenge-details/30053138/?type=develop
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by moulyg) | Reply
moulyg, this is now in the leaderboard.
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by smtryingcode) | Reply
smtryingcode,

Those urls are giving me blank content. I also can't find them in the past challenge.

Can you provide more details please.

Thanks!
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by quesks) | Reply
Hi quesks,

Even I am not able to access challenge spec page for both the challenges, but I can see both in scorecard page.

In case if you can access these, please see these links:

https://software.topcoder.com/review/actions/ViewProjectDetails?pid=30053140

https://software.topcoder.com/review/actions/ViewProjectDetails?pid=30053138

Or see my scorecard screenshots for both the challenges (challenge id 30053140 and 30053138):

http://snag.gy/UyZEM.jpg

http://snag.gy/VU7Nh.jpg

Thanks
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by smtryingcode) | Reply
The problem is they don't exist in the TC API. See these URLs
https://api.topcoder.com/v2/develop/challenges/30053140/
https://api.topcoder.com/v2/develop/challenges/30053138/

I'll ask support and ask what's going on with these challenges.

Thanks!
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by quesks) | Reply
quesks Thanks
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by moulyg) | Reply
Thanks quesks
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by jmpld40) | Reply
Hi, I have a question:

What does "If more than five (5) submissions pass review..." mean? (Scoring in the Competition is determined based on the final ranking for a Contestant’s submission )

Is "pass review" the number of submissions in "final submissions" or is the number of submissions with a prize (declared as winners)? This question is important because affects placement.

For example, wireframe contests use to have 5 or more final submitters and I'm only seeing points given to winners, for the two or three winners... is this correct? In that case there are some situations that I don't understand how are you taking them into account, I'm not sure those are distinguished right now:

What if in a contest....

- ... there are three contest prizes (final prizes), 5 final submissions, and only two submissions were declared as winners (had a prize)? (3 prizes, 5 submissions, 2 winners)

- ... there are three prizes, 5 final submissions, and three submissions were declared as winners (had a prize)? (3 prizes, 5 submissions, 3 winners)

- ... there are three prizes, 3 final submissions and all of them had a prize? (3 prizes, 3 submissions, 3 winners)

- ... there are three prizes, 2 final submissions and all of them had a prize? (3 prizes, 2 submissions, 2 winners)

If the prizes where 1600, 600, 300 what percentage of points are you giving in each case?

Thanks!
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by f0rc0d3r) | Reply
It does not depend on the number of prizes. The submissions with score >= 80 are ordered and 5 top are used. So, all submissions with score < 80 are not taken into account.

>If the prizes where 1600, 600, 300 what percentage of points are you giving in each case?

If more than 4 submissions have score>=80:
1st = 1600*56%=
2st = 1600*20%=
3st = 1600*10%=
4st = 1600*8%=
5st = 1600*6%=
all other = 0
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by seriyvolk83) | Reply
Design side contests don't use this rating of >80% like development ... is pass or don't pass... (anyone tell me if I'm wrong...)


So, according to your answer in wireframe leaderboards there are a lot of missing points....
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by f0rc0d3r) | Reply
Then it's even simpler. Just change "score>=80" to "all passed".
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by seriyvolk83) | Reply
Someone should take a look at this then... a lot of missing points and a lot of considerations like taking into account the number of final passing submissions (usually 5 or more but not always) are missing....
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by f0rc0d3r) | Reply
# of Submissions that Pass Review:

actually means

# of Submissions that got placed or # of submissions that won a prize.

Total points = 1st place amount. So if first place is $1600, then total points is 1600

- ... there are three contest prizes (final prizes), 5 final submissions, and only two submissions were declared as winners (had a prize)? (3 prizes, 5 submissions, 2 winners)

1st place - 70 % of total points
2nd place - 30 % of total points

- ... there are three prizes, 5 final submissions, and three submissions were declared as winners (had a prize)? (3 prizes, 5 submissions, 3 winners)

1st place - 65% of total points
2nd place - 25% of total points
3rd place - 10 % of total points


- ... there are three prizes, 3 final submissions and all of them had a prize? (3 prizes, 3 submissions, 3 winners)
1st place - 65% of total points
2nd place - 25% of total points
3rd place - 10 % of total points

- ... there are three prizes, 2 final submissions and all of them had a prize? (3 prizes, 2 submissions, 2 winners)

1st place - 70 % of total points
2nd place - 30 % of total points

This is how it is calculated now I think.
Re: Leaderboards are Up! (response to post by picachui) | Reply
I understand, thank you for the answer picachui, this makes sense now :)
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