This is MarS (the posting script tells me "Sorry, but this username has already been taken... bummer... someone got my nick]
Thanks for all your input. Now that the basic script is in place, tweaking it is the fun part, isn't it, so bummer on the above. But I'm very interested in this.Big_Berny wrote:By the way: When I started this script I asked you (MediaMonkey-forum-visitors) to help me tweaking the formula. Unfortunately nobody did.Big_Berny
How many different variables (pieces of information) do you get from the DB, or what usefull information can be gotten? Do any of the pieces have a history? [Disclamer: I haven't programmed in ages (and never in Basic, but I can read it well enough)] Maybe it would work to structure the code in such a way as to expose each of the variables in the user I/F with either radio buttons, or a slide, as was suggested, to change their weighting in a given algorithm, and also to make the actual (*un-exposed" to the user) algorithm plugable, i.e. just like your single line replacements. This would make it easier to focus on the algorithm itself without the fear of "breaking" the rest of the code. If there is some history to any of the variables, then many interesting things could be done with that.
Do you mean, letting the current algorithm get at the most current data, or is there some internal self adjusting that's done also?Big_Berny wrote:But as I said one of the favourite parts of my script is the AutoCalibration which allows you to change the formula very fast.