Where have my stats gone???

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Message 119208 - Posted: 5 Jun 2005, 12:02:38 UTC

HI everyone!

Just logged into the new website for the first time and cant seem to find the bit that tells me my stats, you know like how many units i've processed, what percentage of the population im in, how long i've been processing for etc etc.

Can anyone direct me to where this might be?????


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Message 119221 - Posted: 5 Jun 2005, 13:02:23 UTC
Last modified: 5 Jun 2005, 13:35:56 UTC

Hi and welcome to the BOINC version of SETI :)

SetiBOINC just has a leaderboard with the top participants and teams.
It also uses a system of 'cobblestones' to measure your progress, not workunits.
To see your total and recent average credit, check the 'your account' page.

There are several community sites that provide more detailed statistics, like Seti Classic.
I use http://www.boincstats.com/ another good one is http://boinc.mundayweb.com/

They both provide counters that you can place in your forum sig.

If you are wondering why your Classic credits are short, the last snapshot was taken in March.
Another will be taken after Seti Classic finally closes.

Hope that helped :)

Edit: corrected spelling
Edit: The Seti Classic website is still available through the link on the front page or at http://seticlassic.ssl.berkeley.edu/
Edit: added seti classic address
Need help? Check out the excellent Unofficial BOINC-Wiki!
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