Stand Scouting Template
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How to ScoutSome final Notes
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-If somebody scores for RP, count it towrads them then adjust the final score to reflect the official one. We want to know how many they're capable of socring, not how they do RP manipulation
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Welcome to our stand scouting sheet. It's fairly comprehensive, so read through everything if you want to know how to properly use it. If you're intersted in using it for your own team, feel free to make yourself a copy and scout away.
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Detail Stand Scouting: The notes you take
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RedAutonomousWhat to write-KNOW WHAT 0 MEANS (tried and failed). It's vital to our consistency calculations, so if they failed make sure to note it
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OrangeTeleop"N"This means they didn't even try to attempt something. Can also just leave blank
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YellowEndgame
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Black:These columns will take care of calculations except for "Final Score." Only edit this if there's extra penalties or if the score is different from your observations. 0They tried and failed. Useful in determining consistency.
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1, 2, 3...Surprisingly this is where you count the number of times they accomplish a task. -Final Match score= official one, even if it doesn't match up with obesrvations. Used for OPR. Update this if your prediction doesn't match the official score.
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Autonomous Parking KeyRF
Parked fully on the ramp
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RP
Parked partially on the ramp
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CF
Parked fully on the center plate
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CP
Parked partially on the center plate
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Cap Ball KeyF
Raised off the floor
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R
Above 76 cm but not scored
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C
Capped the vortex
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Anything currently in italics must be written in yourself
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Stand Summary Sheet: The result of your notes
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AverageThe average number of times a team accomplishes a task across all matches (ie. average balls scored in center vortex)
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Standard DeviationHow much their score deviates from the average score. A high standard deviation means their scores vary a lot, low means their scores are pretty consistent.
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ConsistencyHow often the team accomplishes a task relative to the total number of times they attempt to do so. Doesn't include times they don't even attempt.
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FrequencyHow often they actually choose to accomplish a task. This can reveal their most common autonomous routine, etc.
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Usual Cap BallCap ball position they usually accomplish. If there's 2 or more that happen with the same frequency, it will say "TIE."
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"NA"If the team just plain old never attempts something, instead of returning a stat it will simply say "NA"
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Filters: tracking only one team
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One last feature. In both the detailed stand scouting and the scouting summary sheet, you can go to Data>Filter Views > Individual ___ (depends on the sheet) to see only one team.
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