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    Default Electronic Scoreboard for FIBA Asia 2007 (v1.5: July 29 2007)

    New Update. Version 1.5

    This is an electronic scoreboard for FIBA fans! Its designed to be simple to use, which is the beauty of it. You'll be amazed at how useful it would be for the FIBA Asia championship.

    Update: Version 1.5 (July 29 2007)
    1. Fixed updates made in 1.4 that caused quotient system error
    2. Here's the new link:
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/qkz2ix

    Update: Version 1.4 (July 28 2007)
    1. Minor update. Improve quotient system handling at early stage (teams at 1-0 and 0-1).

    Update: Version 1.3 (July 26 2007)
    1. Fixed a flaw in handling 3-way 2-1 situation with the bottom two 2-1 teams on quotient being tied there as well. (For example, A, B, C tied at 2-1, A have +3 quotient and B,C have -2 quotient, the team that would have the right to 2nd place is the team that won the match between B&C.)

    Quick Update: Version 1.2 (July 20 2007)
    1. The FIBA website had Lebanon-Kuwait and Japan-UAE twice.
    2. Updated the schedules to correct the error on the FIBA website.

    Update: Version 1.1 (July 20 2007)
    1. Added official FIBA dates and time schedules for easier tracking
    2. Fixed a flaw in handling 3-way 2-1 or 1-2 ties, by making use of the quotient system more accurately.
    3. Improved handling of the more difficult combo "3-way tie"-"quotients tie".
    4. Added capability to track 3rd to 8th placers.
    5. Overall usability improvements

    Version 1.0 (July 11 2007)
    1. Full compliance to the FIBA Asia format
    2. Automatically sort the group standings
    3. Automatically determines who will advance if there are tie standings
    4. Automatically compute diferrential margins for tiebreak
    Last edited by jayphcool; 07-29-2007 at 04:22 PM. Reason: Updated Version

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    i guess u spent almost an hour doing that kid.

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    man i dont think China B can get to the finals.....the whole country has maybe 6 or 7 good players and they are all in China A team.......

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    Nice. You seem to be doing a better job than whoever is in charge of the FIBA Asia website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Hand Grenade
    Nice. You seem to be doing a better job than whoever is in charge of the FIBA Asia website.
    During the FIBA World 2006, FIBA released an electronic scoreboard similar to this that became my inspiration here. However, after using it, I was disappointed in its inaccuracy especially in computing for tiebreak situations and applying quotient system, which happens a lot. So I would say this is an improvement over that.

    Thanks for the feedback!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayphcool
    Here's my contribution basketball fans. Features:
    1. Full compliance to the FIBA Asia format
    2. Automatically sort the group standings
    3. Automatically determines who will advance if there are tie standings
    4. Automatically compute diferrential margins for tiebreak
    5. Well, just use it (nice for making and comparing predictions as well)

    I would not mind receiving some feedback.Here's the link:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?1wce0jg0o11
    Edited: I just attached the file for easy download

    Lets use this thread to share our own predictions using this tool, here's mine. Have fun:
    we have basically the same quarterfinalist and semifinalists.. And with this set up, Philippines has more of a chance to win-it-all..

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    Cool. Props to you man
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    wow....good work Jayphcool. nice stats. so based on your stats, RP will win. Is this the same method used when a group from businessmen around the world predicted Italy to win the World Cup (Soccer)? Before the World Cup, everybody was saying Brazil, Germany and Argentina would win until this press release came from a business group stating on the contrary that Italy would instead win it. and everyone was astounded when Italy indeed won the WC....hope your computations are correct.
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    Thanks buddy. The computations are correct, but this is not a statistical simulation or something, this is merely a prediction.

    By the way, I have updated this file to version 1.1. Please see the post at the start of the thread regarding changes. Enjoy

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    Update! I have updated this tool to version 1.3.

    Update: Version 1.3 (July 26 2007)

    1. Fixed a flaw in handling 3-way 2-1 situation with the bottom two 2-1 teams on quotient being tied there as well. (For example, A, B, C tied at 2-1, A have +3 quotient and B,C have -2 quotient, the team that would have the right to 2nd place is the team that won the match between B&C.)
    2. Here's the new link (fixed):
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/as704q

    Please see first post for more information.
    Last edited by jayphcool; 07-26-2007 at 05:41 AM.

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    Default Update: Version 1.4 (July 28 2007)

    New Update. I've updated the tool to version 1.4.

    Update: Version 1.4 (July 28 2007)
    1. Minor update. Improve quotient system handling at early stage (teams at 1-0 and 0-1). So instead of seeing this:


    You'll see this:


    2. Here's the new link:
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/9k40ip

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    Default Electronic FIBA Scoreboard v1.5 (July 29 2007)

    Update: Version 1.5 (July 29 2007)
    1. Fixed updates made in 1.4 that caused quotient system error
    2. Here's the new link:
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/qkz2ix

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