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Ranokoa
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Message 1338792 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 6:25:49 UTC

What are these Credits statistics about? How do you earn them and what are they for? A bit confuzzled on that end.

Also, how long do you have to actually run S.E.T.I. before it says you've done more than 0 work for them? What more could I do, etc? I don't really care too much about the points if they even mean anything, however, I am curious as to what extent I may assist this project, and these credit things seem to be an incentive type deal to try to get people to do more for S.E.T.I., so I've a feeling asking about them will answer most my other questions by effect.

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Message 1338796 - Posted: 16 Feb 2013, 6:40:46 UTC

2nd question first: Read this message.

as to what credits are, this should explain it.
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Message 1347966 - Posted: 18 Mar 2013, 4:05:45 UTC

I have been crunching the data for months now and when I look at my account it shows no credits to date. How can I find out or show the amount of credits to date? I have been a member since 1999.
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Message 1347982 - Posted: 18 Mar 2013, 5:35:55 UTC - in response to Message 1347966.

I have been crunching the data for months now and when I look at my account it shows no credits to date. How can I find out or show the amount of credits to date? I have been a member since 1999.


You must have another account because the account you're posting from has no computers attached to it. What is the computer ID # for the system you crunch with?
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