Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

Post by CrayolaCrayon » December 9th, 2018, 10:53 am

kate! wrote:
Unome wrote:The B results are pretty standard, besides noting that Community continues to perform very well. The C results are relatively normal for the most part - WW-P North is on track to end up much like last year. Notably, Ward Melville and especially Syosset both performed very well.
I was surprised that Lower Merion wasn't top 5, and neither was Rustin... is there a reason for that?
If we look at their scores, they both brought two teams, and each school seemed to have split up their strongest members among both teams (maybe for experience). Just speculation though.

Later in the invitational season, I have no doubts that Rustin and Lower Merion will place higher.
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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

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CrayolaCrayon wrote:
kate! wrote:
Unome wrote:The B results are pretty standard, besides noting that Community continues to perform very well. The C results are relatively normal for the most part - WW-P North is on track to end up much like last year. Notably, Ward Melville and especially Syosset both performed very well.
I was surprised that Lower Merion wasn't top 5, and neither was Rustin... is there a reason for that?
If we look at their scores, they both brought two teams, and each school seemed to have split up their strongest members among both teams (maybe for experience). Just speculation though.

Later in the invitational season, I have no doubts that Rustin and Lower Merion will place higher.

Manually stacked and dropped 3 events rustin scored 185 (3rd) and LM 194 (4th).
Although if no events (for any team) were dropped they would place a bit lower even when stacked due to A and B sometimes bombing the same event
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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

Post by nicksalanitri » December 9th, 2018, 11:26 am

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CrayolaCrayon wrote:
kate! wrote: I was surprised that Lower Merion wasn't top 5, and neither was Rustin... is there a reason for that?
If we look at their scores, they both brought two teams, and each school seemed to have split up their strongest members among both teams (maybe for experience). Just speculation though.

Later in the invitational season, I have no doubts that Rustin and Lower Merion will place higher.

Manually stacked and dropped 3 events rustin scored 185 (3rd) and LM 194 (4th).
Although if no events (for any team) were dropped they would place a bit lower even when stacked due to A and B sometimes bombing the same event
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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

Post by CrayolaCrayon » December 9th, 2018, 11:59 am

nicksalanitri wrote:
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CrayolaCrayon wrote:
If we look at their scores, they both brought two teams, and each school seemed to have split up their strongest members among both teams (maybe for experience). Just speculation though.

Later in the invitational season, I have no doubts that Rustin and Lower Merion will place higher.

Manually stacked and dropped 3 events rustin scored 185 (3rd) and LM 194 (4th).
Although if no events (for any team) were dropped they would place a bit lower even when stacked due to A and B sometimes bombing the same event
Very interesting. Thank you for doing that!
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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

Post by drcubbin » December 9th, 2018, 12:40 pm

Anomaly wrote:Live Medal Spreadsheet run by community dude:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
I don't know who does this, but thank you!

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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

Post by builderguy135 » December 9th, 2018, 1:14 pm

builderguy135 wrote:
Anomaly wrote:Live Medal Spreadsheet run by community dude:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
drcubbin wrote:
Anomaly wrote:Live Medal Spreadsheet run by community dude:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
I don't know who does this, but thank you!

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Congrats to everyone at LISO!
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Congrats on placing 4th!
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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

Post by Unome » December 9th, 2018, 2:13 pm

Anomaly wrote:Live Medal Spreadsheet run by community dude:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
Speaking of which, whoever was updating it - how did you like the mechanics? Any issues that you think I should address?
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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

Post by builderguy135 » December 9th, 2018, 2:33 pm

Unome wrote:
Anomaly wrote:Live Medal Spreadsheet run by community dude:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
Speaking of which, whoever was updating it - how did you like the mechanics? Any issues that you think I should address?
It was great! It was easy to setup and use and the mechanics were good. Only suggestion is to add a predicted placement column, something like this(Column C of B/C Scoresheets). Thanks for creating this template! :D
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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

Post by drcubbin » December 9th, 2018, 2:59 pm

builderguy135 wrote:
builderguy135 wrote:
Anomaly wrote:Live Medal Spreadsheet run by community dude:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
drcubbin wrote: I don't know who does this, but thank you!

oof that's me

Congrats to everyone at LISO!
I did it with a friend.

Congrats on placing 4th!
Much appreciated! We're getting closer to Nats, but need to re-group and tighten up. Any suggestions?

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Re: Long Island Science Olympiad (LISO) Invitational 2018

Post by IvanGe » December 9th, 2018, 8:12 pm

drcubbin wrote:
builderguy135 wrote:
builderguy135 wrote:



oof that's me

Congrats to everyone at LISO!
I did it with a friend.

Congrats on placing 4th!
Much appreciated! We're getting closer to Nats, but need to re-group and tighten up. Any suggestions?
Although your teams are probably not set in stone yet, one thing to watch out for is the timing on the States schedule. The NYS schedule is out (Draft) and I think it should be considered when choosing people so there are no conflicts since it is the most important tournament of the year. It will allow for people who will probably be doing those events at States to get the most practice and experience at Invitationals. It is only a Draft, but usually it is very similar to the finalized schedule and by the time that comes out, it may be too late for additional practice at tournaments if conflicts occur. Anyways, congratulations at LISO!
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