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19 February 2010 @ 05:16 pm
Men's free skate score standard deviation  
For a change, this is NOT a translation, but just my own thoughts.

I thought it would be interesting to see standard deviations in the component scores of men free skate. In general, standard deviation grows as we move down the ranks, that makes sense. What I found interesting, though, was that by far the largest standard deviation of the night went to Plushenko (Lysacek's is among the smallest). Also found it interesting that Weir's deviation wasn't all that big at all (I thought it was a matter of just some judges not liking him - not so). So here it is; the third column is the average of standard deviations for each of the GoE's, fourth column is the average of all component standard deviations, and the last 5 columns list standard deviations for each of the skaters. Numbers that are far outside the norm are emphasized in various colors.
FS#NameMean GoE dev.Mean Comp devSS devTrans devPerf devChoreo devInterp dev
#1Lysacek0.62330.39760.40400.41460.41670.34860.4040
#2Plushenko0.75600.76290.66271.11650.55590.67440.8047
#3Lambiel0.59920.50250.68210.59950.41670.41040.4040
#4Chan0.58430.43270.50000.45260.34110.43500.4350
#5Takahashi0.75220.40210.43300.39750.30050.39530.4841
#6Weir0.53870.54810.50170.46960.56980.53680.6627
#7Oda0.64110.48590.42290.63460.45070.58780.3333
#8Kozuka0.59050.50250.46770.53030.52210.47510.5171
#9Abbott0.49720.50600.41460.58630.41670.61240.5000
#10Fernandez0.55110.51020.55120.62220.44680.44680.4841
#11Brezina0.53370.51370.50000.60090.44680.46960.5512
#12Borodulin0.49820.66940.68210.67440.65090.67830.6614
#13Schultheiss0.49320.64780.63870.58330.60520.67830.7336
#14Ten0.62830.87020.70460.93360.83021.07120.8112
#15Amodio0.53730.40510.39750.46400.38410.41670.3632
#16Joubert0.51180.62510.60520.66270.70090.55120.6052
#17Verner0.47100.64690.60950.70090.68970.57280.6614
#18van der Perren0.47980.61740.63050.58780.67310.65090.5449
#19Contesti0.47980.61740.63050.58780.67310.65090.5449
#20Pfeifer0.41100.73860.75120.83850.71200.66140.7301
#21Chipeur0.58080.65490.64280.88490.51540.66140.5698
#22Bacchini0.48240.69060.65090.84570.60090.72890.6264
#23Lindemann0.39300.66870.70830.67310.62500.62500.7120
#24Kovalevski0.43410.77350.68210.87500.76830.71200.8302
 
 
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asperiasasperias on February 20th, 2010 10:30 pm (UTC)
i don´t understand what you want to say with this? please explain.
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