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What is WGR and xTE? How do I remove the decimals in the winrate?


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Hans_Geering #1 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 14:00

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Hi mates,

 

1) How do I remove the decimals in the winrate of xvm?

 

2) Can someone explain to me what is WGR and xTE please?

 



SchnitzelTruck #2 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 14:02

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Xte is a new rating made by the xvm guys. It compares your tank average damage to the top scores on the server. So basically anyone whose not a top 1000 player is going to be completely shafted by xte and look like a total tomato.

 

The positives of the rating is that you can't play lights to pad it like wn8, as xte doesn't go by player averages, just the top of the server scores.



urnotpaul #3 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 14:02

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1. not sure how to remove the decimals.

 

2. i believe its wargaming rating and tank efficiency



heavymetal1967 #4 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 14:21

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Guys when you go to XVM make sure to check the settings as they've made some new choices.

 

Re: the decimals maybe go to default not two digit scale?  Totally guessing btw.

 

Re: changes. One is you can get the chance to win AFTER the battle which I've enabled as for a long time I've kept it turned off for battle start. 

 

Also it seems the new settings default to WGR - at least it was ticked on mine before I changed it.  Which afaik is something to do is WarGamings Rating (system), but I could be wrong.

 

XTE also shows in my garage when I display my service record and if you hover over it it gives a tooltip explanation.  I'm running mods so it may be part of my mods and not something WG added.

 

Screenshot of the XVM settings pane for reference.

 

 

 



heavymetal1967 #5 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 14:30

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Took me a bit to find it, but this is the ratings explantation page on XVM. 

 

http://www.modxvm.com/en/ratings/

 

You'll probably have to select your language and maybe even log in to do it.  I'm still logged in to XVM with English already selected and still had to change it to English and it only gave two language options.

 

You'll have to run it through Chrome or Google Translate the links as the explanations will take you to the Korean Random forum threads.

 

Basically XTE is a per tank efficiency and each tank is assigned a different value based on "stuff".   There may be other stuff included, but some of it at least is;

 

Damage and Frags (kills).  Comparison is between Current which I'm thinking is yours. Compared to Average and Top of the sever.  Which will show if you hover over the XTE value in your statistics tab for each specific tank in the garage.

 

Again that hovering is likely a function of XVM or another mod I'm running.

 

Anyhoo here's the link one more time.  Which will further link you to the KR forum, http://www.modxvm.com/en/ratings/



Rat_Salad #6 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 14:35

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WGR 4 digit number if you see it, will be same as your performance rating.

Glasgow_Frame #7 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 14:50

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I have a 92 xTe on my 13 75 lol!

SchnitzelTruck #8 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 15:00

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View PostTomatoClubber, on Apr 28 2015 - 05:50, said:

I have a 92 xTe on my 13 75 lol!

Gotta get dem XX's brah



Malacore #9 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 17:25

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Got XX's on my Firefly, WZ-132 :p:child:

H8M3 #10 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 17:57

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add %2d to the end of your rating macro and the decimals will go away

{{winrate}} old 

{{winrate%2d}} new



Hans_Geering #11 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 18:03

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View PostH8M3, on Apr 29 2015 - 00:57, said:

add %2d to the end of your rating macro and the decimals will go away

{{winrate}} old 

{{winrate%2d}} new

 

Do u mean 

 

{{t-rating%2d}}
{{c:t-rating%2d}}



H8M3 #12 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 19:10

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View PostHans_Geering, on Apr 28 2015 - 17:03, said:

 

Do u mean 

 

{{t-rating%2d}}
{{c:t-rating%2d}}

you dont need it on the color (c:)but yeah {{t-rating%2d}} is correct 



rt2258tw #13 Posted Apr 28 2015 - 19:12

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Don't add the %2d to the color macro:

 

<font color='{{c:t-winrate}}'>{{t-winrate%2d|--}}


 

t-rating has been replaced with t-winrate

 

WGR is Wargaming's rating.  Yours is displayed in your service record.

XTE is tank efficiency rating; shows the relative level of proficiency in the current vehicle.  It's a new stat derived by xvm and it's displayed in your service record under 'vehicles'.

 

 



Hans_Geering #14 Posted Apr 29 2015 - 01:55

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View Postrt2258tw, on Apr 29 2015 - 02:12, said:

Don't add the %2d to the color macro:

 

<font color='{{c:t-winrate}}'>{{t-winrate%2d|--}}


 

t-rating has been replaced with t-winrate

 

WGR is Wargaming's rating.  Yours is displayed in your service record.

XTE is tank efficiency rating; shows the relative level of proficiency in the current vehicle.  It's a new stat derived by xvm and it's displayed in your service record under 'vehicles'.

 

 

 

I don't get you guys here.

 

As far as I know, there are 2 types of winrate.

 

1. Global winrate

2. Tank winrate

 

So what's the new command for both of them?



rt2258tw #15 Posted Apr 29 2015 - 13:37

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Look in the Macros doc in res_mods\mods\shared_resources\xvm\doc\macros:

|  S │ {{winrate}}        │ X │ X │ X │ X │ X │ GWR (Global Win Ratio)
│ S │ {{battles}}        │ X │ X │ X │ X │ X │ total battles count
│ S │ {{wins}}           │ X │ X │ X │ X │ X │ total wins count
│ S │ {{kb}}             │ X │ X │ X │ X │ X │ number of kilo-battles (total battles count divided by 1000)
│ S │ {{t-winrate}}      │ X │ X │ X │ X │ X │ vehicle win ratio

 

These are 'STATIC' ratios; they don't need a delimiter [your t-rating macro no longer exists in static form, so when it was calculated for you it included decimal places that filled up the field.] I already suggested you use the 2%d|-- delimiter to print 2 digits for your t-rating calculation.  But t-rating was replaced by t-winrate which is a 'static' macro, and will print out 2 digits without a delimiter.






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