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    Team stats

    Is it possible to get team stats on projects? Like, you write in the team id for every project and get stats for those projects in one image?

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    It's certainly possible (and quite easy), but I've never coded it.

    Let me see what we can come up with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bok View Post
    It's certainly possible (and quite easy), but I've never coded it.

    Let me see what we can come up with.
    Wow that would be awesome.

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    you mean like the individual ones that get done for each user but for the whole team, should be easy enough providing I can read off the data of something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gopher_yarrowzoo View Post
    you mean like the individual ones that get done for each user but for the whole team, should be easy enough providing I can read off the data of something.
    ye, like it says:

    teamname
    project totalpoints
    project2 totalpoints

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    Anyway of listing how many users each team has in total, all Boinc projects??

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    you mean a tally of distinct(users) across Boinc projects within a single team?

    It's doable...but bear in mind it would take into account any slight variation on name..

    Bok

    p.s.

    mysql> select count(distinct(nick)) from boinc_user a,boinc_team b where a.proj = b.proj and a.team0=b.id and b.team = 'Ars Technica';
    +-----------------------+
    | count(distinct(nick)) |
    +-----------------------+
    | 2380 |
    +-----------------------+
    1 row in set (0.25 sec)

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    Thanks, I was curious as to how many Arsians were still left.

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