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  • wahnd

    I will try keep this short for simplicity sake.

    I am creating lineups using different methods and rules. I create lineup A and B. The next day I calculate the score for lineup A and B.

    Simple Example:
    A scores: 190, 0, 0, 190, 0, 0
    B scores: 160, 145, 160, 145, 160, 145

    Looking at the simple example, its obvious which lineup is better for GPP and which lineup is better for cash. The real data is all over the place :)

    What is the best way to analyze my results to identify which lineup is the best for GPP? Is there a math function or algorithm I can use?

    Thanks!

  • yeahthisiscuddy

    You’re asking the wrong question. If you want to do well at GPPs, the important question is: how do I efficiently build and maintain 150 lineups.

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