Your also not taking into account that many of these teams will be spending the next month building a whole new robot for worlds so you don’t really know what to expect. I can tell you that the batteries are the only thing on our robot that will be going to worlds with us. We have had competitions every Saturday since Jan 4th with little time to finish our new robot. After Muskogee this Saturday we will spend an entire month finishing our robot for worlds. I really suspect many teams will be doing this after nationals so I wouldn’t make too many predictions just yet.
The only robot’s I have seen that I expect to be the same or slightly improved are the ones that have been cleaning the playing field already. We are anticipating a 65 point autonomous, decent scoring, wicked fast descoring, and great defense. I’m just afraid we will get stuck with some 6th grade clawbots that somehow made it to worlds
No, they always seem to be our alliance… At Lake Highlands we had one match where we were with Berkner, then 4 matches with middle school claw bots that did not score or descore a single point. When you see a 6th grader to your right and 9090C and 1366 accross the field you know things are notgoing to go well!
Great simulator… but where do you get the list from?
It looks like there are quite a number of teams that have already qualified for Worlds but are not listed inside. So it might make a difference to the simulation result.
And from last year, their main objective is to split up the teams from the same school into different division. For example, last year, 8059 had 4 teams in 4 different divisions.
It’s working perfectly for me. I see 346 teams signed up and the program found 346 teams for me. Team 2250B is currently shown in Science using the algorithm ABCD. However, VEX used a very random-looking algorithm last year.
Yep! We know, this list was made to have some fun, really. Me (and a few other people) were playing around with different algorithms in Excel, and it was a bit of a pain copy/pasting the new team list and trying out new algorithms every time. Now that iAndr0idOs made this, it will be much easier!