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7-17-2007 @ 9:08AM
What no one seems to have mentioned is how cumbersome and time-consuming WWS stats is unless you purchase their membership. I seem to sit in queue for at least a minute for every new analysis of the data. Multiply that by 7 healers for 5 bosses and you're looking at significant quality time with the loading screen.SWStats is a very powerful tool when you need answers right away. It's very easy to compare the output of 2 or more members, including their ability selection, average output by ability, maximum output by ability, total output by ability, who they're healing, who's healing them, how often they are demagic/curse/diseaseing, how many times they have died, etc. The list goes on and on.You can take that data and see exactly what discrepancies exist between a player that is doing very well and another of the same class that isn't. You don't even have to know anything about the class. For example, if you have two priests healing the MT and one keeps going OOM, you can quickly find the cause by comparing them. Just look for the differences between the two. SWStats can show if they're spamming inefficient spells, if they're healing the MT plus 10 people around them, if they're average heals are less and they have to heal more to keep up, etc.The overall damage and healing meters are the most minor functions it can do, imo. If you're only using SWStats for that, you're missing out.
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