All but one (the Portland game) had the 90%+ occur in the 4th quarter (many had earlier occurrences when the winning chance was higher, for example the Raptors one was 99.9% in the 3rd quarter, but I chose the latest one that was high enough for the Narrative™️.
We lead the league in most losses by 5 points or less with 17 losses (the graphic i... keep reading on reddit ➡
I check my spreadsheet twice a year, and a guilty pleasure for me is to take my numbers and spend a couple of hours running them through different FIRE calculators to see how I'm doing. I am visual guy, not a numbers guy, so they really help me understand things in a way that my spreadsheet does not.
These calcs all have slightly different approaches, but here's a list of ones I like and why:
This is the one I use the most, that I compare all the others to. I don't like how the inputs are on different pages, but I like the graphic output, which is easy to understand.
This one is interesting because it includes actuarial information about death rates. So, yeah, I have a 3% chance of running out of money at age 85, but I have a 30% chance of being dead, so 3% doesn't look that bad in comparison.
I like this one because... keep reading on reddit ➡
I just made my first post yesterday, and everyone was so wonderful and supportive. I would like a little more advice on my more detailed measurements if anyone can help!
So I have worn a 32A all my life. I’m very flat-chested, with boobs that spread across my chest. So the first time I went bra-shopping at 12, I took the smallest size on the rack (32A) and stuck with it ever since, cos I was too embarrassed to get properly measured, but my boobs never fit into the cup and never filled it out, so I thought I might even be an AA, but my pride wouldn’t let me buy AA!
I used the sub’s calculator yesterday, and to my shock it gave me 30B. I looked at bras of that size online, and they do look bigger than my boob. I’m a bit flatter than that, I feel.
Heres a breakdown of my sizing. I measured in cm, but will include inches:
Loose Underbust: 76 (30 in)
Snug Underbust: 75 (29.5 in)
Tight Underbust: 73 (28.5-29 in)
Standing Bust: 80 (32.5-33 in)
Leaning Bust: 87.5 (34 in)
L... keep reading on reddit ➡
Developed by the Plan Collectors, we bring to you the "scrap to learn" calculator.
Scrapping weapons and armor is a fundamental part of Fallout 76 and how this operates is not always clear. The aim of this post and the calculator is to share our understanding and enable you to collect enough materials to learn the mods you require.
The calculator is here: Scrap to Learn Calculator
In the spreadsheet, you can select a weapon or armor piece and it will tell you how many scraps are required on average as well as an indication of variability. Remember - this is all RNG and so your experience may differ. The calculator will also tell you what materials are required.
A brief guide to scrapping is shown below:
How Scrapping to Learn Works
In the many rent vs. buy discussions on here and elsewhere, people have such strongly held convictions, often based on an incomplete analysis. (They perhaps mention two or three factors.)
This calculator nails it all...fees on purchase and sale, expected years of stay/ownership, your tax bracket, opportunity cost (editable % return loss) on down payment and on recurring costs, adjustable inflation factor on home values, expenses, and rental costs, and more. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/upshot/buy-rent-calculator.html
EDIT it's also in the tools wiki of this Sub. EDIT2 paywall but a few free articles allowed monthly. EDIT 3 yes might be slightly outdated due to changes in deductibility of state and local taxes and new standard deductions, but likely still close or perfect for most situations. High price homes in high tax states might be off due to “salt” limits Edit 4 and for homes under 300k give or take, or married couples with large std deduction, likely best to set ma... keep reading on reddit ➡
Me and my friend got really annoyed at the lack of resources for castle clash on the web, so we started developing our own hero calculator.
For startes we're trying to make a web app where you can build your heros the same way you do in cc and then check their in game stats with all boosts applied (ex. with talent, trait, pet and enchantement stat boosts).
We want some feedback on the idea, to find out if you guys are interested. If there's any interest we'll be sure to update the app and add a wiki section.
Hi everyone! I am the developer of GlideCalc.
GlideCalc is a calculator designed to be smooth, continuous and effortless.
I have always felt that the default iOS calculator app is lacking in UI/UX and functionalities, and I am happy to say that GlideCalc addresses these shortcomings.
GlideCalc has the following features:
This is my first application, and any feedback is appreciated!
(After redeeming the code, remember to open GlideCalc, press the “…” button at t... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I’ve been wearing 36DD VS Pinks. The calculator told me I’m a 36H/I. I couldn’t find an affordable 36H, but I did find an inexpensive 38F. I figured, sister size to 36G, will probably give me a good idea if I’m going in the right direction.
Yeah...there’s a LOT of space in the top portion of the cups. I’ve bent and scooped, and it’s not filling the cups. The cups are not remotely lying flat on my skin. I think the calculator might be wrong....
I love the side coverage though. But the tops ain’t there.
I've been wearing a 32C for years (although, to be fair, I mostly wear bralettes, most of which I'm fully aware are too small in the cups). I tended to wear bralettes because I could never find 32C in store.
I measured, and the calculator recommended a 28E/F. My measurements are as follows:
Loose underbust: 29, Snug underbust: 27, Tight underbust: 26, Standing: 34, Leaning: 35, Lying: 33.5
Does this seem correct? Does anyone have recommendations of where to find such a size? I'm in school and would prefer to stay inexpensive. I'd be interested in new things, but as I said before, I've been wearing wireless/unlined bras for years.
Edit: Based on the images in the FAQ, I'm guessing my shape is projected - average projection.
I posted about this several months ago but, thanks to some redditors and other friends, I have made significant updates to this tool. The idea of this calculator is to use data sheets from the enhancement probabilities being released, and the central market to give dynamic numbers that are always up to date. Also I wanted to make it open source so other people can use the code or build on the idea if they like.
The program has a new feature now that stores all of you alts, Valks, Naderr's Band and equipment info and walks through a strategy of how to enhance your gear.
As per request from the... keep reading on reddit ➡
Testing the beta iOS 14 and the calculator app still is only compatible with iPhone and you have to download a third party app. Does anyone know why? This seems crazy.
Hello League Community. I made a website, www.lolbuildcalculator.com , to test out builds and see what the in game stats of selected champions would be. You can choose the items you would buy and the level of the champion. This is to save time from going into practice tool and for theorycrafting purposes. I will be updating with each patch. I hope the community finds this useful. I may add more features if there is demand for this kind of tool. Feel free to give me feedback or point out any errors.
Ports calculator to get the highest percentage mixture of crew, captain and ship possible, also takes into account unique crew effects. (It ignores speed in the calculations)
Never seen it mentioned before so thought Id chuck it out there in case theres people not aware.
It can be a slight pain in the ass to setup, inputting each crew member, but once there in you can just click the level up button and it will auto update there stats. The idea is also that when you move crew between ships, you can click and drag the heads of crew in the calculator to there new positions, so that was it keeps track of where they all are.
So I honestly thought the calculator would give me a 36 band or something, but apparently I should stick with a 32. I'm just wary of spending money on more 32s that will leave me with the same problem. I rarely wear tight fitting tops because they just look dreadful from the back because I always bulge out of the top, the bottom of the band isn't an issue, its just the top. Like this (random screenshot from Google to demonstrate) https://imgur.com/a/3drsyPV
Maybe I'm just squishy and it’s going to happen regardless? I have literally zero muscle tone, I'm so lazy 😆 I'm really hoping for a bra epiphany of some description, I've been measured before and I've still never had one that fits properly. Left is significantly bigger than right so I always end up wonky, with lines, gaps or bulges somewhere so I'd love to get something that is comfortable and looks good under clothes, with no back bulges! I've done a bunch of reading here and I'm going to buy some inserts for my smaller side, b... keep reading on reddit ➡
Is there really a limit to how fast something can orbit the sun? Why? Does this limit apply to things entering the solar system?
I was wondering if there is such a thing to self host a price calculator, for example a friend want to rent a VM in my server i would like to give him/her a LINK that take them to a website hosted in my server so they can put there specs and it will calculate the monthly cost for them like the links bellow
i didn't want it to be behind an authenticator or passwords, i need anyone to visit the page and get the quota
thanks for your help
Hi there. Sorry for formating I'm on mobile. I'm writing this for a friend who is all too sweet and isn't able to write her own post. She used the calculator here and her band measures at a 32 and bust at 53. We are just wondering what some of her options would be? Can't seem to find any bras in this size. How would we go about alterations if that is the case? Reduction also isn't an option due to medical reasons.
ETA: projected and pendulous, FOB
I've been working on an 'Option Finder' for the calculator, which lets you choose an underlying, and the expected stock price and date, to see the top 3 calls or puts by ROI on max-risk.
If anyone is interested to take a look, please check it out. If you see any issues with the results that are suggested, please let me know.
You can use this link to activate the menu item:
As always (i... keep reading on reddit ➡
I read this excellent post and was reminded of the research and spreadsheet I made last year related to that subject. I cleaned up my spreadsheet and decided to share it in case anyone finds it useful.
The sheet just breaks down nutrition/servings/weight and makes it easier to target for the amount of days you're out on the trail.
The foods currently on the sheet are sample foods to demonstrate how the spreadsheet works. Definitely add your own foods for your preferred diet.
The units are a little mixed up. Weights are imperial since a lot of us here are from the U.S., but since our nutritional labels use metric I kept those too.
(You'll need to download or "Make a copy" of the spreadsheet to edit it)
Update: I want to stress that the foods in the spreadsheet are just sample foods to show how the... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hey, guys! I just want to share with you my happiness! Yesterday, I made my first calculator.
Of course, there are some bugs like little bug with backspace. And you can't make calculation like:
23 + 23 + 23
It happens because how the c... keep reading on reddit ➡
I just wanted to share this project i made, its not my first programming project or python project whatsoever, but it is indeed the first one i didnt depended much on google or a video tutorial so that for me its a great advance.
The project is also my first on a github repository!
Please take a look and test it, in case you can provide any feedback it would be even better, it doesnt matter if you guys want to be very critical, i dont mind i want to keep practicing and i already have my next project in mind.
I've put togehter a spredsheet, which sheould help you to choose a proper / challanging AI difficulty on each course.
*UPDATE - 2020/07/12*
- Abu Dhabi added
- minor fixes
I created a website to calculate one's S.C.O.R.E. progression considering the challenge points as well as the bonus from gaining XP. You can plug in your numbers to see how fast you would make the race:
I've been trying to compute how much my insurance could be based on the news, and finally found this Unemployment Benefit Calculator. Hope this helps. Take care, everyone!
For example, in the movie Goodfellas, Jimmy gives everyone $100 when he walks into a bar which translates into $660 in today's dollars from 1970 (when the movie was set and not when it was made) back in the day. That's much more than I originally thought. There are many such calculators and I often have one open when I'm watching a movie. https://www.usinflationcalculator.com/ or this one https://www.bls.gov/data/inflation_calculator.htm I highly recommend it to anyone who watches period pieces or movies older than like 2005. In fact, if you do it enough, you can probably just have an ear for it!