Adjusted stats - how valuable?
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11-14-2012, 03:12 PM
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You're still not defining "accurate" in the sense that you're using it - and in the sense that you seem to be requiring others to be using it as well.
When you say that something is "99% accurate" or "96% accurate", WHAT DO YOU MEAN?
When Jagr scored 149 points to Gretzky's 102 in 95/96, Jagr was 46.078% more productive than Gretzky.
Once you run the adjusted stats, Jagr is 48.454% more productive than Gretzky.
I read that 2.376 difference as a 5.156% increase in Jagr's productivity over Gretzky compared to what actually happened.
That's an inaccuracy in my book.
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