I have made the first pass with the JARTS RTTY scores and posted Rev 0 to the
server. I am reorganizing the directory structure so you have this new TINYURL
New link to Excel databases: http://tinyurl.com/yd7ksr
You will also find a new version of the 2006 CQWW RTTY claimed scores (Rev 5).
My spreadsheets provide a basic level of error checking and will highlight an
entry with YELLOW when the claimed score and the recalculated scores do not
match. The problem may be a simple transposition of digits when you entered
your data into the webform (it does not check the math, Excel does).
Also, if you report estimated operating hours, I capture this information and
calculate a "48-hour-B-I-C" score, assuming you could maintain your average QSO
and Multiplier rates. This calculation is done "just for fun". But maybe this
will be your motivator if you discover you would move up to Top-10 or even
First Place in your category. Scores submitted without operating hours have
magenta colored cells. You can enter the number of hours of your effort, the
colors will turn off, and your statistics will appear.
Send any spreadsheet score corrections direct to my email and I will include
them in the next update. I will continue to pick up the 3830 scores as they are
submitted, so there's no need to send your initial submission to me.
Please remember I am creating these spreadsheets to bolster my personal Excel
skills and I am doing them as time permits. In the long run, I expect new
technology for reporting scores in real-time and post contest processing will
supersede my manual efforts.
And don't forget, you can take any one of these spreadsheets and use it as a
temple to track the results of your own favorite radiosport events.
73 de Bob - KØRC in MN
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