Some other minor changes: increased the importance of the home/away factor in Tests and reduced the bonus given to longevity in the career ratings.
All these changes shuffled things around a lot. Some of the biggest changes:
cricrate | Performance Ratings - Test Batting
- Brian Lara's 375 drops 35 places to #41
- Dean Jones's 184* drops 38 places to #49
- Kumar Sangakkara's 156* jumps 15 places to #2
- Mark Burgess's 119* jumps 39 places to #26
- Brian Lara's 226* drops 13 places to #16
- Mark Butcher's 173* drops 10 places to #12
- Faoud Bacchus's 250* jumps 41 places to #34
- Lance Klusener's 118* jumps 34 places to #25
- Younis Khan's 175* drops 19 places to #27
- Hashim Amla's 139* jumps 46 places to #47
- Brian Lara's 221* drops 21 places to #31
- Gundappa Viswanath's 114* jumps 41 places to #46
- Rahul Dravid's 270* jumps 12 places to #4
- Clem Hill's 188* jumps 6 places to #1
cricrate | Performance Ratings - Test Bowling
- Max Walker's 6/15 drops 41 places to #75
- Michael Clarke's 6/9 drops 37 places to #77
- Hugh Trumble's 7/28 drops 26 places to #50
- Morne Morkel's 6/23 jumps 34 places to #45
cricrate | Career Ratings - Test Batting
- Jack Hobbs drops 12 places to #26
- Ross Taylor jumps 22 places to #39
- Azhar Ali jumps 22 places to #41
- Herbie Taylor drops 24 places to #72
cricrate | Career Ratings - Test Bowling
- Ravichandran Ashwin drops 5 places to #12
- Dale Steyn jumps 2 places to #3
- Anil Kumble jumps 5 places to #8
- Curtly Ambrose jumps 4 places to #7
- Saeed Ajmal jumps 23 places to #41
- Bill O'Reilly drops 4 places to #13
- Clarrie Grimmett drops 7 places to #23
Would love any feedback!
Great stuff, some really interesting results.
Last edited by Spark; 20-03-2017 at 09:24 PM.
do you think people will be allowed to make violins?
who's going to make the violins?
Not a related question and I probably could find out on the website itself, but how does a inning's rating scale with size? Is it linear, or is there a decay?
From methodology page (cricrate | Methodology - Test Batting):
"Runs scored: This is the most significant factor. It values runs linearly upto 200, then each additional run becomes less valuable than the last. This is because scores in excess of 200 are pursued mainly as personal milestones and does not always line up with the team objective."
That makes sense, but I would have the linear decay starting much earlier than 200 personally (albeit slower). Cribb and I have talked about this a fair bit.
Henry Nicholls jumped 40 spots to 14 lol
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