Amazinz wrote:Alright, I read through some of what you linked to but it's too much to digest in one sitting. The main problem with the first part of your post is that the writer is making the assumption that A > B and to make a long story short this is not true in regard to what you are trying to accomplish.

A simple formula you can use is (Made*Attempts)/Made [or Made^2/Attempts].

B: 450^2 / 500 = 405

A: 190^2 / 200 = 180.5

C: 300^2 / 600 = 150

D: 40^2 / 100 = 16

Hmm, player D. Let's say in your example that player D takes twice as many attempts (or has twice as many AB at the same rate). Player D's rate obviously is far below the mean in the example and yet we're now giving him twice as many points, despite the fact that his attempts at that rate would hurt basically twice as much? (80^4/200 = 32)