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Message 1679313 - Posted: 13 May 2015, 18:40:44 UTC

Hola a todos.

Me gustaría saber que es eso de los créditos y para que sirven.

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Message 1679385 - Posted: 13 May 2015, 22:04:48 UTC - in response to Message 1679313.  

Hmmm.. Google translate isn't handling this very well:

Hello everyone.

I wonder what that is appropriations and to serve.

Thanks


Not quite sure what you're asking from that. If you're asking what credits are and how can you use them, the answer is that credits are purely a measure of work done. They cannot be "used" or "spent".
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Message 1679474 - Posted: 14 May 2015, 4:56:02 UTC

An interpretation is "How much credit do we get for or work?"

Each Seti@H v7 task is worth between 25-100 credits
Each Astropulse task is worth between 400 and 800 credits

Credit is only given for work that validates.


Cada tarea v7 Seti@H vale entre 25-100 créditos
Cada tarea Astropulse vale entre 400 y 800 créditos

Sólo se da crédito por trabajo que valida
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Message 1694553 - Posted: 22 Jun 2015, 10:18:56 UTC - in response to Message 1679474.  

I do not understand one thing. My highest averege work done was at it highest 2660 and has ever since declined to 2451. It has gone 10 days from my record to where I am now. Why do I get less creds? Is it that I have got more Seti@H v7 tasks?!

An interpretation is "How much credit do we get for or work?"

Each Seti@H v7 task is worth between 25-100 credits
Each Astropulse task is worth between 400 and 800 credits

Credit is only given for work that validates.


Cada tarea v7 Seti@H vale entre 25-100 créditos
Cada tarea Astropulse vale entre 400 y 800 créditos

Sólo se da crédito por trabajo que valida

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Message 1694567 - Posted: 22 Jun 2015, 12:44:45 UTC - in response to Message 1694553.  

I do not understand one thing. My highest averege work done was at it highest 2660 and has ever since declined to 2451. It has gone 10 days from my record to where I am now. Why do I get less creds? Is it that I have got more Seti@H v7 tasks?!


Credit granting for validated work varies wildly from workunit to workunit, and yes, AstroPulse pays more than SETI@home v7 work.

Also note that there were a few times recently that the project wasn't generating new work, which will affect your Recent Average Credit (RAC).
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Message 1694680 - Posted: 22 Jun 2015, 20:03:41 UTC - in response to Message 1694567.  

Aha that´s why RAC is loverd. I saw on my list that I had most v7 work so that givs me less.

And if the prohekt did not generate more work it explaine alot!

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