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473: Electron Density Puzzle 5
Status: Closed


Name: 473: Electron Density Puzzle 5
Status: Closed
Created: 10/27/2011
Points: 100
Expired: 11/04/2011 - 14:00
Difficulty: Advanced
Description: This is a re-release of puzzle 438 (Electron Density Puzzle 1). However, this time you're scored on how well you fit the guide. The density on this puzzle isn't as perfect as it was on the previous 2 Electron Density puzzles, so it should be more difficult to figure out exactly which piece goes where. To get started, try playing the Electron Density intro puzzle.
Categories: Electron Density, Overall, Prediction

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puzzle deadline & difficulty changed

So that this puzzle doesn't close within hours of Puzzle 174, we have extended the puzzle deadline.
We have also changed the difficulty to "Advanced" due to the density not being as clean as previous Electron Density puzzles.

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score jumps when aligning

there are still very large score jumps (either way) when aligning the density, this also seems to change even when you have folded several hundred more points without a major change in pose, clicking align can produce dramatic score differences, particularly if it just flips over from being apparently closely aligned to obviously wrong.

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