I've shared some info about this in a few places, in challenge threads/Discord so far. It seems I've gotten most of the kinks worked out now, so thought I'd make a bit of a centralized thread for some info on it.
Inspired by wanting to see when a certain team overtook my team in a challenge... I wanted graphs of challenge credit over the course of the challenges for each team and user.
The base site is https://statsgr.id, and it contains links for each challenge I have a stats page for (new ones show up as they begin), and also a link to Eudy's overall Challenge Series stats pages (hosted on this site).
For each challenge, the home page shows top 10 users and teams, as well as links to view all users, all teams, and a graph of the top 10 for users and teams as well.
Every user and team name is hyperlinked.
For users: it shows a graph of their credit over the course of the challenge.
For teams: It shows a graph of the team's credit, as well as a chart with each of the users on that team.
So there's a slightly more complicated part, which people have used a little, but isn't written anywhere on the site yet. You can select any combination of users you want, or teams (up to 10), into a graph. The user/team IDs are simply specified as args in the URL along with the challenge ID. It's a manual process of creating the graph link, but then you can bookmark the page and check it as you please :)
For users, ILW8 did a graph of some of the Discord users in the first challenge of the year-
Or for teams, showing AtP and CNT in the first challenge of the year, where you can see the CNT's unit dump towards the end of the challenge..
Each URL has a challenge_id associated with it, the first challenge of 2019 is 2019_1, second is 2019_2, etc. This is the same ID as on Primegrid in the URL of the results page. The current (TRP) challenge, is 2019_3 (challenge summary at https://statsgr.id/challenge.php?challenge_id=2019_3).
Let me know if anyone has any suggestions, bugs, etc. I know the site doesn't look very nice, but I'm no good with css.. I'll likely be adding some sort of menu functionality this weekend, as it's a pain to navigate between pages at the moment.
Hope someone finds it a bit useful! I find graphs can be a fun representation of data :)
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