Original results...Where did they go???

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Message 966289 - Posted: 28 Jan 2010, 3:46:02 UTC

All, The new visuals are nice as I have just been back at it for awhile now but what happened to the RESULTS. In the classic version, I guess they call it now, you would get triplet, gaussian, etc counts. Now we just get credit. I always thought it was cool to see those counts as " I might be the one that found something".

If that could be brought back for each analysis that would be great.
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Message 966294 - Posted: 28 Jan 2010, 3:51:55 UTC - in response to Message 966289.

You can see the details of your results once they have been uploaded for 24 hours after they validate. After 24 hours, the results are removed to save on database size. The results are assimlated into the Master Science Database, where the NTPCKR can check for the most intersting candidates.

If you are interested in keeping a log of all your results, I believe the program BOINCView will save them for you on your local hard drive.


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Message 966373 - Posted: 28 Jan 2010, 11:25:02 UTC

All returned results are in a database and will be sifted through with the analyzer that are finally getting online.

Some of the dirtier results were redone on BOINC already over the past years.


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