> Scott Hemphill <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > [snip] > >> I decided to rate each team with a single number, such that the >> probability that a team rated "r1" has a probability beating a team >> rated "r2" is given by: >> >> p = CDF[NormalDistribution, r1-r2]; > > Hmmm. I guess my code actually implements "r2-r1" instead of "r1-r2". > It doesn't matter, except one way high ratings are better than low > ratings, and the other is vice versa. > >> filename="matrix.m"; >> prec; > > I don't know how this line got shortened. My original has "prec".
Now I know how this got shortened. My original has "prec" followed by an equal sign followed by the number 20. Some software somewhere interpreted this as a MIME space indicator. Then at some later point the space got removed.
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