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Is there a place in the website where the top results for each puzzle can be viewed once the puzzle is closed, so that others can learn how to fold better?

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Viewing of results?

I'd like to see them too.

It's a bit of a challenge for brand new players like myself to start solving 'intermediate' level puzzles after only having completed the tutorials...

And... it would be more bragging rights for the winner of the puzzle to have their solution posted!

Ren.

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Co-incidence you asking

We are just in the process of rolling out such a system, although initially you will only be able to watch the video of the protein's evolution from the starting state to the winning solution.

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The video is awesome.

Thanks for the videos of the protein evolution.
I want to ask for 3 improvements:
1. Can you add the score of the folding?
2. I find the transitions too fast.
3. Can you post the evolution from the starting position (including the solo part)?

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csohad

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Yes, I would say the same.I

Yes, I would say the same.

I like the idea a lot, but couldn't really make much out from the short videos. Also I think maybe recording them with display-relative-scoring on would help, as it would give us familiar reference points to focus on at the start.

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Your suggestions have been

Your suggestions have been implemented, for instance:
http://game.bakerlab.org/portal/node/569325

I will be working on creating several videos per puzzle, for the top 3 groups and top 3 soloists.

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Thanks admin!

Thanks admin!

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