Yeah, I'm using the Skate Canada mens short as an example once again. I kept all of the program components and spin/footwork GOE's exactly as they were scored in Canada as I haven't really thought of any ideas on re-tooling those aspects of the system, but I did convert all of the jump element scores using the system I came up with in my previous post.
1. Nobunari Oda 80.02 Points (-1.35 points) Technical Score- 42.02
2. Kevin Reynolds 78.91 Points (-1.18 points) Technical Score- 44.85
3. Adam Rippon 76.75 Points (-0.78 points) Technical Score- 40.32
4. Alban Preaubert 69.05 Points (-0.66 points) Technical Score- 34.91
5. Patrick Chan 68.48 Points* (-4.72 points) Technical Score- 30.01
6. Javier Fernandez 65.61 Points (-1.13 points) Technical Score- 33.19
7. Artur Gachinski 63.55 Points (-3.02 points) Technical Score- 31.12
* Includes the 1-point deduction for the footwork fall as I haven't figured out how, if at all, I would adjust the scoring for spins and footwork.
What does my system tell me? Gachinski had an unsuccessful quad which ended up being his combo attempt, and Chan (you know by now) had two falls on jumps. Obviously my system hurts skaters that attempt the difficult jumps more severely than how the actual scoring works.
Everyone else lost right around a point, which has to do with the percentage being the factor for GOE on jumps rather than equal increments in the real system.
More ideas? Suggestions?