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Joined: 06/06/2008
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Obviously, the scores are very different with current scores listed on the right, as of this writing, as 11573 for S1 and 461763 for S2. What is the purpose for the much higher score?

If it's putting the overall score on a multiplier (I'm guessing 40x) to show the fractionals better, then I like it. If it's a fluke, then please consider doing the same in future puzzles, as it would allow us to see 'farther down the decimal' than the current-to-now scoring model, allowing for better fine tuning of the overall protein.

Be it half a million, or just over ten thousand, either scoring model would reflect identically on ranking systems that are in place for both individual and group systems.

Joined: 05/11/2008
Groups: CASP8 team

The higher score is due to a bad constraint on our part.


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