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7-28-2010 @ 9:28AM
he insured me "...assured" ?Aside from being a grammar nazi this looks promising. Anything that can help a semi-casual player like me make money is a valuable asset. I am curious, though; the author states " WowProspector is less accurate with fewer stacks prospected but becomes more and more accurate the more stacks prospected."Any idea how it samples and corrects data? He states he uses the Wowhead drop tablesbut since it does not access any of your personal prospecting results I assume it relies on updated Wowhead data as it becomes available?
7-28-2010 @ 9:56AM
Statistics 101 over time and with enough trials, the average becomes more apparent.
7-28-2010 @ 10:08AM
I suspect the accuracy mentioned is due to the random amounts that can be prospected from a single prospecting operation. E.g. from one prospect of titanium ore, you may get a cardinal ruby, from the next you may get a shadow crystal.So the first prospect would make you more profit, while the second would be less.These will tend towards the averages for the more stack prospected.
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