I am new to XVM and would like a little help. I like what it does but I am confused about what all the number are.

Can some one tell me what all these numbers on colors mean? Also upon battles load I see 3 sets of numbers 4k 49 51%

I am pretty sure the 4k is how many battles I ahve been in but the others do not jive with my stats below.

I also am looking for the prediction mod which I either didnt get with the version of XVM or I dont have it configured correctly.

I have XVM 3.4.2 and XVM- stat 1.2.4 installed.

Thanks for any help.

# XVM noob

Started by
RAF_Recovery
, Mar 11 2013 - 20:21

12 replies to this topic

### #2 Posted Mar 11 2013 - 20:31

The numbers in brackets are obviously your overall stats. The double digit numbers next to the i have no idea though...

Also did that servicee record mod come with XVM? And if so how come i dont have it with my XVM?

Also did that servicee record mod come with XVM? And if so how come i dont have it with my XVM?

### #3 Posted Mar 11 2013 - 20:33

Oh and BTW this should be in off topic. It will probably get locked soon so hope you get your answer before they lock it.

### #4 Posted Mar 11 2013 - 20:40

I don't think that is all from XVM.

The colors are the same as the mod overall, it starts out at reds for very bad scores, red->orange->yellow->green->purple the higher the score is.

EFF is efficiency, which is the number in the parentheses, the 2-digit number is the same number changed to a 0-99 scale.

WN6 is a different rating, similar to efficiency but calculated slightly differently, same deal as above with the numbers.

TWR is a bit confusing, it's a winrate that is calculated using all your tanks and weighing them differently, I don't know the exact way it's calculated, but I don't really see anyone sing it, so i wouldn't worry about it.

In the section below you have average level, which is the average tier of all your battles. (i.e if you play 3 games in a tier 5 and 10 games in a tier 6, your average tier would be 5.8 ( (5*3+6*10)/(3+10) )

Then you have average spotted per battle, average capture points per battle, and average defense points per battle.

The colors are the same as the mod overall, it starts out at reds for very bad scores, red->orange->yellow->green->purple the higher the score is.

EFF is efficiency, which is the number in the parentheses, the 2-digit number is the same number changed to a 0-99 scale.

WN6 is a different rating, similar to efficiency but calculated slightly differently, same deal as above with the numbers.

TWR is a bit confusing, it's a winrate that is calculated using all your tanks and weighing them differently, I don't know the exact way it's calculated, but I don't really see anyone sing it, so i wouldn't worry about it.

In the section below you have average level, which is the average tier of all your battles. (i.e if you play 3 games in a tier 5 and 10 games in a tier 6, your average tier would be 5.8 ( (5*3+6*10)/(3+10) )

Then you have average spotted per battle, average capture points per battle, and average defense points per battle.

### #5 Posted Mar 11 2013 - 20:44

the 2 digit numbers correspond to your Wn6/Wn7 rating. This is what the newer XVM uses, not efficiency.

Your pic shows this. Your Wn7=1142 the (49) is the 2 digit you see in game. This is a translation of your Wn7 in % form

Simply put the (49) means you are rated better then 49% of the playerbase. That is all.

I dont care for the 2-digit either, and I hope they change it back. Look in some other threads, there are some who have the strings to change it back to 4 digit values.

Your pic shows this. Your Wn7=1142 the (49) is the 2 digit you see in game. This is a translation of your Wn7 in % form

Simply put the (49) means you are rated better then 49% of the playerbase. That is all.

I dont care for the 2-digit either, and I hope they change it back. Look in some other threads, there are some who have the strings to change it back to 4 digit values.

**Edited by KilgorSoS, Mar 11 2013 - 20:45.**

### #7 Posted Mar 19 2013 - 01:03

KilgorSoS, on Mar 11 2013 - 20:44, said:

the 2 digit numbers correspond to your Wn6/Wn7 rating. This is what the newer XVM uses, not efficiency.

Your pic shows this. Your Wn7=1142 the (49) is the 2 digit you see in game. This is a translation of your Wn7 in % form

Simply put the (49) means you are rated better then 49% of the playerbase. That is all.

Your pic shows this. Your Wn7=1142 the (49) is the 2 digit you see in game. This is a translation of your Wn7 in % form

Simply put the (49) means you are rated better then 49% of the playerbase. That is all.

Hmmm.... Are you sure? Do you have a source that I could read more on this subject. Here's my thought if I am a 53%er (WN6) that is to say I am better than 53% of the players then where are they? I just don't see that many around. Good players are supposed to be the top 10% or at least that is the way it used to be and would match want I am seeing in Why would I be called a good player? 53% is just a little above average. I am not saying your wrong, but something does not add up. Thanks!

### #8 Posted Mar 19 2013 - 04:11

In the top:

E=Efficiency (according to wot-news .com) the first 2 numbers use the new XVM scale, the ones in parenthesis are the actual efficiency rating.

WN6=WN6 rating. Again - first two numbers are XVM scale, 4 numbers actual WN6 rating.

TWR is the T-Calc rating. It adjusts for company and platoon play, normalizing for random play.

Color codes: http://wot-news.com/...stat/calc/en/us

click on the "range of quality" link to get a comparison.

T-calc is described here: http://www.modxvm.co...nd-flexibility/

E=Efficiency (according to wot-news .com) the first 2 numbers use the new XVM scale, the ones in parenthesis are the actual efficiency rating.

WN6=WN6 rating. Again - first two numbers are XVM scale, 4 numbers actual WN6 rating.

TWR is the T-Calc rating. It adjusts for company and platoon play, normalizing for random play.

Color codes: http://wot-news.com/...stat/calc/en/us

click on the "range of quality" link to get a comparison.

T-calc is described here: http://www.modxvm.co...nd-flexibility/

### #9 Posted Mar 19 2013 - 05:31

that twr from t-calc is...messed up

it lowered my wr almost 4%...but i've never platooned or tc'd... ever

it lowered my wr almost 4%...but i've never platooned or tc'd... ever

### #11 Posted Mar 19 2013 - 17:17

Firepoint, on Mar 19 2013 - 01:03, said:

Hmmm.... Are you sure? Do you have a source that I could read more on this subject. Here's my thought if I am a 53%er (WN6) that is to say I am better than 53% of the players then where are they? I just don't see that many around. Good players are supposed to be the top 10% or at least that is the way it used to be and would match want I am seeing in Why would I be called a good player? 53% is just a little above average. I am not saying your wrong, but something does not add up. Thanks!

### #12 Posted Mar 19 2013 - 17:23

Maxdog1966, on Mar 11 2013 - 20:21, said:

I also am looking for the prediction mod which I either didnt get with the version of XVM or I dont have it configured correctly.

I have XVM 3.4.2 and XVM- stat 1.2.4 installed.

Thanks for any help.

For predictio n you have to go into the config file and change False to True for the code line for prediction.

### #13 Posted Mar 19 2013 - 17:25

theMoP, on Mar 19 2013 - 05:31, said:

it lowered my wr almost 4%...but i've never platooned or tc'd... ever