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  • Guest's Avatar
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    H% --> http://www.baseballhq.com/overview/g...-pc/index.html
    (H - HR) / ((IP x 2.82) + H - K - HR)

    S% --> http://www.baseballhq.com/overview/g...-pc/index.html
    (H + BB - ER) / (H + BB - HR)

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  • Bronx Bombers
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    Could someone post the overall hit and strand rate formulas? I keep messing up the parentheses.

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    Originally posted by Randall@HQ
    Hmm. I think I misplaced some parentheses. Try something like this

    =(COUNTIF(A2:A7,0)+COUNTIF(A2:A7,1))/COUNTA(A2:A7)
    This would also give you the same result and shorten your formula a bit...

    =COUNTIF(A2:A7,"<2")/COUNTA(A2:A7)

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  • RAY@HQ
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    I believe they're normally updated daily, but we're apparently not quite there yet as we ramp up our in-season content, data feeds, etc.

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  • GiveBucknerABreak
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    Originally posted by AllenH
    The logs that are up don't look complete. I couldn't find either Lidle or Suppan's first start, for example.
    How often are the pitching logs updated? I don't see any starts past April 7th.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Hmm. I think I misplaced some parentheses. Try something like this

    =(COUNTIF(A2:A7,0)+COUNTIF(A2:A7,1))/COUNTA(A2:A7)

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  • Bronx Bombers
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    It's stating that I'm entering too few arguments for the function.

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    brute force...where Z1:Z50 is the range containing all of the pitcher's PQS scores

    =((COUNTIF(Z1:Z50),4)+(COUNTIF(Z1:Z50),5))/COUNTA(Z1:Z50) <--this is DOM%

    =((COUNTIF(Z1:Z50),0)+(COUNTIF(Z1:Z50),1))/COUNTA(Z1:Z50) <-- this is DIS%

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  • Bronx Bombers
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    I guess the best way to explain is to tell you my circumstances for using this. I simply want to keep a log of the pitchers on my team's PQS weekly. I'm basically looking to duplicate the report the baseball HQ produced but customized for my team with the ability to manually enter the stats associated before the end of the week.

    The first thing:
    1. The formula to input in excel to calculate dom/dis split?
    Last edited by Bronx Bombers; 04-11-2006, 01:06 PM.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    The logs that are up don't look complete. I couldn't find either Lidle or Suppan's first start, for example.

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  • PD@HQ
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    I'd be willing, but I need to know what in particular you're trying to calculate.

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  • Bronx Bombers
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    Any excel whizzes willing to help?

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  • Bronx Bombers
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    How do I make this nested if statement?

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  • GoldenEagle
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    Originally posted by jstarr82
    I'm specifically looking for the formulas built into excel to compute the values. PQS, rolling averages, etc.
    The formulas aren't in the HQ files. But feel free to build 'em yourself (nested IF statements, etc.) But I think you should be prepared for some manual override on the rolling 5 calcs as some starters get sent down and come back, pitch in relief in between starts, rain-shortened starts, etc.

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  • Bronx Bombers
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    I'm specifically looking for the formulas built into excel to compute the values. PQS, rolling averages, etc.

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