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Thread: Koch Stats

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Posted: 2011-06-26 09:56
If I go back and repeat an old lesson the "days spent" column shows the number of days since I first did that lesson rather than the actual number of days when I worked on it. Could this be changed otherwise when doing revision I see several hundred days instead of the actual number of days I did that lesson.
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Posted: 2011-06-29 05:24
Hi Colin,

yes that makes perfectly sense, will change that.

73
Fabian DJ1YFK


Posted: 2011-07-10 20:07
That'd be a good change. It'd give me a better idea of how much time I've actually been putting in, and not counting the days I've not been able to do anything.


Posted: 2011-10-16 20:14
Something odd happening with the "days spent" count at the moment. I've been on exercise 6 since "2011-10-14 18:22" but as of my attempt at "2011-10-16 22:06" it was still reporting "days spent" as 1.


Posted: 2011-10-17 17:21
Even weirder... Earlier today it was reporting 3 days spent on exercise 6, and now it's reporting 2 days spent...

Time's going backwards! ;)


Posted: 2011-10-30 13:55
...and thinking about it, a much more useful total might be the number of minutes (hours?) of actual lesson time?


Posted: 2011-11-01 21:52
I have been a member of LCWO for about 15 months now. According to the lesson statistics I have been studying for over 900 days?! I am fairly sure I did lesson 1 and 2 in a day not 400 and 399 as shown.


Posted: 2011-12-04 21:23
M0DDR:
in a day not 400 and 399 as shown.


It still seems to show simply the number of days between the first and last attempt at a lesson, so if you go back and have another go at one a while later then you find you've taken a rather larger number of days to do that one...


Posted: 2012-01-09 01:00
Just come back after being away for about 3 weeks, and my "days spent" has jumped by... about 3 weeks. ;)


Posted: 2012-01-31 00:25
"You are currently on lesson 9. 999 Attempts."

Assuming each attempt is 1 minute (which is likely an under-estimate), that's 16 hours 39 minutes of recorded exercise time. The earliest attempt is dated 2011-03-07, which is 331 days ago so that's just over 3 recorded attempts per day on average.

If I believe the number-of-days counts against each lesson then it seems I've taken 497 days to do all those, which is clearly impossible. LCWO is definitely counting days I didn't record any activity, and it's also counting many days against more than one lesson...

I think the number of attempts is useful, but the number of days is best ignored.
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Posted: 2012-01-31 14:20
lzlep
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Never smoke a presented cigar.

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