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  1. I'm aware of it and was ignoring it for the time being. It is hard to visualize comparisons of multiple strings to multiple strings and keep it meaningful without making a huge mess of chart lines. Generally there are two separate cases: * seteel challenge and icore steel - each string is the same (for most stages), and best ones are taken. In the case there isn't really an easy competitor-to-competitor comparison between strings. I could compare the best string/run. I also might be able to show deviation from the best run, though that may not work well with extra shots on other strings. But currently app does show chart of string-to-string for one competitor (when there is timer data for all strings). * uspsa, idpa, icore - strings have different briefing (free style, WHO, SHO, different distance, etc) and time for all strings are combined. Currently app shows time chart just for the 1st string and I was planning to add controls for switching to other strings. Anyways, remind me to work on this by emailing at support@practiscore.com
  2. Is that for the same classifier? I still don't see how that disprove my point. Each shooter has his own style and cadence. So, some can shoot faster to compensate for lost points and with 5% margin window for GM scores they can do that. I'm just saying they can also shoot slower but more accurate to make GMs HHF.
  3. I'm just saying that times you see for not-yet-shot classifier stages in PractiScore Competitor app are based on 95% of classifier score and not 100%. I'm getting base HHFs from uspsa (unofficially), so that is the same data as they are using and to me it doesn't matter how they got them.
  4. You can verify that by looking at their match results.
  5. Btw, if I'm not mistaken, uspsa uses 95% for HHFs
  6. So, you have %5 margin for a errors. That error margin can be also converted to time-cost. PS: yes, you don't have to have get all As to get a GM HFs, but you can also get GM HFs with a slower time when shooting all As.
  7. Both HHFs and max points are known for all classifiers. PractiScore Competitor shows them.
  8. I was referring to the fact that you know GMs time for classifiers. And with C's and D's you will have to shoot stage faster than that to stay in GM bracket. But I disagree on taking Cs for a distant targets. The HHF likely will be lower for that stage, so accuracy is getting more important. Now, you also need to keep in mind that time-costs for C,D,M are universal, but your estimates based on them - are not. Your estimate need to be based on your ability to shoot an As on that distant target. In other words - you need to know how fast you can shoot accurately on various distances. That will drive your estimates and decisions for a given stage. E.g. GMs split time shooting As on a partial 30y target is less than D-shooter's one.
  9. It took me some time to process this "how much time not making the mistake we did not make cost us". The numbers above are showing time-representation for the shooter's mistakes. If you are able to avoid mistakes by taking more time to shoot more accurate - you will be improving your results. It could be hard to shoot A instead of a C with cost of C at 0.1759 seconds But with 0.5276 seconds penalty for a D, it should be possible to shoot 0.2..0.3 seconds slower to get an A. And with 2.638 seconds for M you could have slowed down or do a make up shot in less than 2.6 seconds. However those numbers are overall for the whole stage. That D or M could be on a far partial target or could be on a full target that is at point blank - both on the same stage. We simply don't have that information in the match results. I wonder if you have checked the About section in the app... That information is actually available in PractiScore Competitor if you use AMG Lab timer.
  10. I will be adding that breakdown view into PractiScore Competitor app...
  11. You can simply walk stage at your own pace with a stop watch. With a little practice you get a good estimate. Also, towards the end of a multi-day match some top shooters might have shot that stage, so PractiScore Competitor simply show you their best time. PS: classifier stages are different story. The HHFs are known, so no guessing part there.
  12. There is a menu button at the top right of the screen, tap it, then tap About option, then read a first paragraph. [emoji16]
  13. Guess who answered that support question...
  14. It's under stage scoring type on ios.
  15. You're most welcome. And we have the best users too! Right, and then someone voiced out some possibilities how to work with the data. So, we do have some of the things out of this post. The PractiScore Competitor app has a chart for comparing steel challenge strings from the same stage side by side and there is also a separate app in the works targeted for the practice sessions and tracking your progress.
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