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11-15-2012, 08:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Iain Fyffe View Post
I already have, despite the fact that the onus of proof is on you. You're making the claim that adjusted scoring normalizes player scoring results. This is your assertion. Prove your assertion right.

I have already provided mathetical, logical and graphic evidence that adjusted scoring does not normalize player scoring results.

Prove your assertion right.

I can save you some time: you cannot prove it right, because it is wrong. But so long as you continue to make this unfounded assertion, I will continue to point out how wrong it is.
Why is the onus on me? You haven't proved anything. AS fans as a whole just keep repeating the same assertions over and over again, ignoring arguments to the contrary.

You are averaging seasons. That ignores the impact of outliers. This is an error. Prove it isn't. The onus is on you. I've proven my point just by pointing to the study.

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