This website is a great project and I am grateful for all that has been done.
However, I do believe there are many interesting statistics to deploy with the available data, which is a gold mine in my opinion.
If I understand correctly, current global statistics show :
- Killers statistics per pick rate and kill rate
- Perks and builds statistics per usage
Well, killers statistics look good for me, but I guess perks and builds statistics could significatively be improved. The major reason why is, in my opinion, “popularity” statistics are not necessarly correlated with efficiency.
How about the following :
“Perks and Builds” page
- Perks and builds statistics per individual escape rate (“Sacrificed / escaped / used hatch” distribution ?) / kill rate ?
This would provide great analyzes in order to identify over and underrated perks and builds. I insist that point looks really important for me.
- “Top Killer Builds” per killer ?
Because some perks could be more or less efficient combined to killers’ powers.
- “Top Builds” per killer, and eventually split them by most popular / most efficient ?
Same reasons as above.
- Kill rate volatility ?
It could be estimated over kill distribution and this should help to know which killers make “stable” outcomes or not. We could also condisder confidence interval so we know how trusty is that kill rate based on data volume.
- “Maps” page where we could see kill rate per map, and eventually “killer x map” kill rate ?
So we could know which ones are killer-sided or survivor-sided. But, if I am not wrong, that suggestion has already been made.
- Maybe same “Killers” page for survivors ?
Because I guess not everyone has unlocked all perks over all survivors so these statistics could show where people priorize their survivor builds.
Anyway, I could continue making statistics suggestions on and on, as those available datas give endless analysis possibilites. Like really. But I believe those ones above could greatly help us to learn the game and see interesting or even unkown aspects.
Thank you for reading, and I am open to any discussion on this subject !