Archetype-details are here – including win-rates when archetypes match up with each other. I realize that the archetype-definitions still need a lot of work – but I ran into a bit of a motivational problem with getting it done; it was not really used for anything. So I grapped item 2 on the TODO-list instead – and now there is much more reason to get to archetype definitions.
- Archetype page added: By clicking the name of an archetype in the Faction Overview, or double-clicked in an archetype in the chart on Season Overview, you can now get detailed analysis of an archetype, incl.:
- How does the archetype perform?
- What is the typical bid for the archetype?
- What pilots-combinations makes up the archetype & how do they perform compared to the archetype in general
- How does this archetype fare against other archetypes?
- Matchup data from Listfortress is now in PBM: As of now it is only being used on the archetype page above.
- “Using PBM” guide updated to reflect this.
- All bubble charts have been updated so they now also show what the size of the bubbles mean. This is indicated by the ⦿ symbol in the header.
(In approximate priority)
- More work on the 4 & 5 ships archetype-definitions
- Loader-performance improvements to ensure performance as Listfortress data grows.
- Performance-review to see whether the increased traffic requires any changes to keep the site responsive.
- More work on the bid analysis – including:
- A percentile-displayed graph on “Bid Analysis”: Ideally I want to be able to show something like “if I bring an i5 and a 13 point bid, in how many percent of my matchups can I expect to move last?”
- Detailed bid-analysis on the pilot page
- More work on the upgrade detail, including performance comparison “by slot baseline” (the same way that the pilot detail page compares “by faction baseline”
- UI-improvements (Color scheme selector, general prettification)
- More in Archetype detailed view, including likelyness for a list to win at different stages of the tournament. (WWWLLL is different from WLLLWW – thanks Eli Stevens for the idea)
- Geographical views (as in “US vs European vs Australian meta”)
- Ship-pages (Chassis stats)