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9TH OF JANUARY

 

Food - $154

Gasoline - $1606

Oil - $929

Coal - $1464

Uranium - $2948

Steel - $2480

Iron - $1580

Munitions - $1000

Lead - $1199

Aluminum - $1724

Bauxite - $1671

 

-- Notes --

 

N/A

 

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this is very interesting stuff!

 

will there be graphs to go along with this in the near future :)

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this is very interesting stuff!

 

will there be graphs to go along with this in the near future :)

Likely yes. And DO NOT de-rail this thread.

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excellent!

 

when will these graphs come out?

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excellent!

 

when will these graphs come out?

Likely starting next week when there is enough data

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what type of graph do you think you will use?

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what type of graph do you think you will use?

Will they be line, bar or PIE?

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im always a fan of the scatter plot but a gold old fashioned bar graph is nice too if it has the correct sorting.

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im always a fan of the scatter plot but a gold old fashioned bar graph is nice too if it has the correct sorting.

Bar graph [likely]

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How do you plan to track long term price changes with a bar graph?

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How do you plan to track long term price changes with a bar graph?

I don't know.... I'm not this kind of person.... i'll think of a way

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maybe chronologically for each day for each resource? you would probably need separate graphs for each resource if that is the case. or do you suppose this would be too much work on your end?

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maybe chronologically for each day for each resource? you would probably need separate graphs for each resource if that is the case. or do you suppose this would be too much work on your end?

I'd likely do a graph for each resource in the game.

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how many days would you include for each bar graph?

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how many days would you include for each bar graph?

Every month I would produce a graph? Maybe 2 weeks? There will be different levels

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14 would probably be better than 30. you would not really be able to distinguish between them if it gets too crowded. you would sort these chronologically?

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so what will it be then. bar graphs or line graphs!

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Food - $133  [-13.6%]

Gasoline - $1606  [-0.4%]

Oil - $890  [3.6%]

Coal - $1414  [-3.4%]

Uranium - $2899 [-1.6%]

Steel - $2480 [+0.6%]

Iron - $1637 [+6.2%]

Munitions - $998 [-0.1%]

Lead - $1450 [+15.0%]

Aluminum - $1630 [-4.9%]

Bauxite - $1649 [-1.7%]


so what will it be then. bar graphs or line graphs!

Bar graph for each resource, each 2-4 weeks.


What is the point of this?

To fail.

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is it possible for you to provide the bar graphs more frequent than that? im looking to leverage this into my own processes

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is it possible for you to provide the bar graphs more frequent than that? im looking to leverage this into my own processes

How often would you like?

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whenever an update happens preferably

Very well. I should start once a week or so has passed and I have sufficient data to start

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