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Hi there, I am sry if it has been asked before, but has anyone in here figured the poisson or standard distribution of WoT's battle duration out? I feel it's more poisson than actual standard distribution, but I haven't been able to find any graphs, and I assume someone either from WoTLabs or independently has analyzed that already. Thanks in advance.
When I looked at the front page of Wotlabs, it lists a 450 WN8 as the 6th percentile. So that means that 6% of the players have a 450 WN8 or lower if I'm interpreting that correctly. However, I noticed that when I did screenshots of the players XVM WN8 stats in my 50 most recent recent battles that were at various times of the day the sub 450 WN8 players made up a lot more than 6% of the player population in tiers 6 through 10. The sub 450 WN8 players varied from 1 player of the 30 to 13 players of the 30 in the battles. Most battles had 3 to 8 sub 450 WN8 players in them. 3 of 30 is 10%,
Hey guys, first off: you math contributors are doing a fantastic job here on WotLabs, many thanks for that. Today I want to ask the question if you think it is possible that there are persons / people that are statistical outliers concerning "luck". You know that guy who always comes out throwing a "1" when rolling dice. I am that guy. My colleagues and my family all notice this too and it is a running gag already. They say I should write a book titled "My life on the left corner of the Gauss distribution curve". Funny, isn't it? Of course they are mistaken, because even for me "luck"