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 Post subject: Folding Stats
PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 4:45 am 
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Are the stats on http://www.motherboards.org/folding/team_stats.html not being updated?
If so where would be the place to get stats to post on the forums?

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Yeah I mentioned something about the whole section needing updating awhile back ago.. guess its just not in the time frame yet.

As for checking stats I think most of use use Extreme overclocking stats

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All the stats can be obtained from this link.. http://folding.stanford.edu/English/Stats
We are at slot #61 per today's listing.

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I sometimes use these stats

http://kakaostats.com/

Not as pleasing on the eye as O/C Stats but does have projected individual figures that O/C doesn't have :)

http://kakaostats.com/t.php?t=33258

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The only reason I asked was because I was hoping to post updates and stats to the forum, but I need something easy for my feeble mind to understand, if someone could explain how the team stats page worked, maybe I can rig something up on my home machine to tell me the new milestones to post. That is was the team stats page dynamically updated, or did some one manually update it?

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At the bottom of this page http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/ ... s=&t=33258
there's a list of milestone groups and any group with a + next to it signifies that a milestone has been reached. Unfortunately, this is over a period of 7 days so it could only be done once a week, but that's better than nothing I guess :)

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I see Folding threads on lots of computer forums, can someone plz tell me what the hell it is :D

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Folding stats can change many times daily, and one contributor who is "up" today may be "down" for several days. Depends on the WU complexity, and points per WU.

http://folding.stanford.edu/ is the site for all info regarding F@H, or "Folding at Home".
This is a world-wide project known as distributed computing, where small portions of a large project are issued to computers owned by "donators" who contribute their system's free computing cycles to the effort to discover how proteins fold, and why.. and what causes 'normal' proteins to develop bad traits. There have been many great discoveries already, from the process.

Basically, you install software from Stanford on your computer. Configure it to your use style, then let it run the program in the background. It will not interfere with normal computing use.. and cedes readily to any requests from other programming for computing cycles.
Some systems are in use 24/7/365.. and run unattended. For the average home setup, you could run the process for 16 hours daily, turning off at night.
A typical computer draws between 120 watts and 200 watts per hour of operation. For an average month's use, that would be 3.6 KWH to 6 KWH of power drawn.. at the rate from your utility company. Small price to pay, for a service which can benefit all of mankind.. in our lifetime!

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