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'Manage Rankings - 'Workflow Rankings
Select "General" and then "Rankings".
In the next list all existing rankings are shown. Here you can manage and create rankings. To create a new ranking select the green "+" at the top left.
After this search for your ranking in the first list and select "Seasons".
All seasons for which the ranking was active. Because this ranking is new it is currently empty. To change this select the green "+" at the top left of the screen.
Now you have to enter more specific information about the ranking, like if it is rolling, how many tournaments are counted and the maximum and minimum year of birth to be included in the ranking.
Next you have to add tournaments from which the raking will be calculated. To do this select "Competitions" in the season.
There you can add tournaments by selecting the green "+" and searching for the tournament in question.
After you have added a tournament you have to set a few options, from which group and point key are the most important.
You can change the following settings:
In that menu you have the following options:
Which settings are used is usually governed by the federation or club that uses the ranking.
Lets you set the season.
Sets if the ranking is rolling, devalued or normal.
EFC Nation Multiplicator - Only for EFC Rankings
New result ordering - Specifically for the BFV, sorts out all athletes than are not in the federation that created this ranking.
2nd round gets next DE table points - Athletes that get eliminated in the 2nd round get points like they were eliminated in the DE round before the first DE round that is fenced
Sum of group 1 used as 2nd criteria (only with same point: last by group) - If the same points are won in the last result however has more points in the first group gets the higher placing
Sets which license/membership an athlete has to have to be counted in the ranking.
Most rankings use point keys, only the swiss and belgian rankings are calculated differently.
Same points: Ranking
Uses a second ranking as a criteria for the placings in this one.
Same points: Season
Sets which season of the second ranking is used.
Sets the criteria by which the placings are decided when athletes have the same number of points.
Sets which years of birth are included in the ranking.
Maximum counted results:
This many results are factored in when calculating the ranking.
Sets how many tournaments from the group are factored in when calculating the ranking.
Tournaments in rollgroup 1-9:
Sets how many tournaments in one group are factored in the calculation of the ranking if the ranking is rolling (by timeline)
Do not count First round, all other (2nd round etc) are counted:
Athletes that get eliminated in the first round don't get points.
Show zero points:
Athletes with no points are also shown in the ranking.
Take into account for the ranking only x percent of starters:
Only the top X percent of results are used to calculate the ranking.
Automatic delete after X months:
Deletes the results in the ranking after X months.
Percents of the points to be transfered:
Sets how many percent of the points of an athlete are transfered in the new season in devalued rankings.
Automatic discount delete:
At the set date all points transfered from the last season are deleted.
Average fencers last year (Swiss):
Used to calculate the swiss rankings.
Add the URL of rules:
You can add a link to the rules which the ranking uses.
Sets in which group the tournament is counted.
Automatic delete after X months:
Deletes the tournament after X months.
Count only places till:
Only use the results to place X for the ranking.
Only places in direct elimination are counted (no rounds):
All athletes that get eliminated before the DE receive no points.
Invert setting for first round:
If the other rounds are counted, the first is ignored. If the other rounds are not counted the first one is.
The points are multiplied by this value.
Ranking Point key:
Choose which point key should be used. The federation that uses the ranking usually decides which point key should be used.
Ranking point key group:
Assigns a whole group of point keys. The system uses the one that is stated in the result XML.
Exchange point rule:
If a ranking is rolling you can assign an exchange point key. If none is given the system uses the same one as in the previous tournament.
Exchange point rule group:
If a ranking is rolling you can assign an exchange point key group. If none is given the system uses the same one as in the previous tournament.