Top ten most frequently logged records in JugglingEdge Records.
There are 10273 records logged.
There are records for 1084 unique tricks.
The ten most logged tricks are:
7b cascade was logged 432 times.
5b cascade was logged 430 times.
6b fountain was logged 282 times.
5c cascade was logged 264 times.
3b back crosses was logged 133 times.
5b 744 was logged 132 times.
8b fountain was logged 121 times.
6b synchronous fountain was logged 117 times.
9b cascade was logged 114 times.
3b in one hand was logged 112 times.
The clustering is interesting there.
Do people work on tricks in pairs of something?
I can't afford the airfare to France every time I want to learn something new.
My immediate thought is, what is 3b back crosses doing in there amongst all those 'numbers' tricks?
Can we also get "people that logged X"? Something like "7b cascade was logged by xxx different people".
http://www.jugglingedge.com/records.php?PropNumber=7&PropType=b&Trick=cas .. 50 people. .. [ Main Menu "Records" --> linky "search records" --> "Number of props": drop-down-choice "7" + "Prop type": "ball" + Siteswap: [empty or ``7´´] + "Pattern": "cascade" ] .. ;o]p
There are 73 different people that posted 432 records for 7 ball cascade.
I am using Python to look at this data, here is a link to an image of the code's text: http://i.imgur.com/tcUnZi2.png.
I would really like to just type the 6 lines of Python code in to this text box, but I can't find a way.
You can use the <code> tag:
import pandas as pd
records = pd.read_csv('/home/sm/Desktop/records.csv')
sbc = 
for record in records.values:
if 7==record and 'b'==record and 'cas'==record:
print 'there are', len(np.unique(sbc)), 'jugglers working on 7 ball cascade
I'll let the typographical error in that be an exercise in debugging for the reader...
I see three, but I'm not sure if two of them are due to the formatting of the code block or your copying.
There are 4: 2 code block formatting, 1 typographical, and Orinoco forgot to import numpy as np.
Ah, I ignored that as it an expert from the whole code :P
Another one would be that the code block allows wrapping, which would have lead to multiple addition issues...
What's your preferred method sharing Python code? I don't think I'll ever be able to get it into this text box, which would be ideal. My preferred alternative is posting an image (like I did) of the code running, the drawback is copy/paste doesn't work. I don't like Github either.
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