Points Page Help

Result Combination Selector

The first thing to see on the Points Page is the Result Combination Selector in the top middle position. It is used to select the combination of SR Rankings Results.

The SR Rankings shows the number of ranking points earned by coaches and teams (i.e. Results) in the following combinations:

Filters

Filters are used to filter the Results provided by the Result Combination Selector.

Tournament

The first entry field is used to filter tournaments by their Standardized Tournament Names. As with every entry field, a first ‘=’ or ‘\’ character forces exact match with the subsequent input text.

There other tournament filters are the following:

Coach

The entry field is used to filter coaches by their names. As with every entry field, a first ‘=’ or ‘\’ character forces exact match with the subsequent input text.

To verify how your current Coach Rankings was determined, just let Result Combination Selector on its default (CURRENT) value and write “=mycoachname” to the Coach Filter. If you conceded or fortfeited, that results should be at the top, then the rest sorted by Total Points decreasng. It is worth to see how the various Coach Slots of the various Slot Groups (esepecially R) are decreasing, how many Vacant Slots remained, and what Results got Wasted? If you only want to see the Points wich were added to your ranking, then set Coach Slot Group Name to Not W as well.

Team

The entry field is used to filter teams by their names. As with every entry field, a first ‘=’ or ‘\’ character forces exact match with the subsequent input text.

There other team filters are the following:

Progression

It s possible to show records of tournament winners only.

Points

Slot

Inclusion

Table of Data

Columns

Sorting

As with every SR Rankings table, you can order columns which have up and downward triangles on the right side of their header. Just click on the column header to sort. By holding the Shift key, you can sort by multiple columns where the next column should resolve pervious ties.