I've got a new
Wipefest feature I want to announce that I'm really excited about. First, I just want to say that it's currently a subscriber-only feature, as it's in beta and I don't want to take on too much load straight away. In the future, I plan to have a free version but limited to a smaller number of pulls. If you're not interested in subscriber-only features, then feel free to skip this post!
The feature I've added is "Multi-Report Analysis", which has been requested for over 3 years! It's taken me months to get this together. I wouldn't say it's complete yet, so I'd love for any feedback on how useful it is and what improvements could be made to make it more useful.
The steps to get started are:
- Go to
https://www.wipefest.gg/analyse (or click the "Analyse Multiple Reports at Once" tile on the home page)
- Choose how you want to source the reports to be analysed (currently the only option is to analyse guild reports)
- Search for the guild that you want to analyse reports for
- Choose filters to decide which pulls should be included in the analysis. Currently, the maximum number of pulls that can be included is 50. I plan on increasing this limit, but it needs more work to be physically possible.
- Click the "Analyse" button at the bottom of the page
- Wait for the analysis to be complete
- Explore your multi-report analysis!
You'll notice that the "queueing" experience has also been updated recently. The whole system has been rewritten and should be less error-prone. The UI is also much nicer and actually real-time, which is pretty cool.
If you've analysed single reports on Wipefest before, then the multi-report analysis experience should be very familiar. The only difference is that it includes more pulls! I've also recently moved the "Player Scores for Successful Encounters" section to a separate top-level "Players" tab, which hopefully makes this really useful component more obvious to find:
Here are a few use-cases for multi-report analysis:
- Analyse your own (or someone else's) mechanical performance across multiple kills of the same boss. Are you getting hit by the same things you were last week, or have you improved? The "Players" tab at the top of the report is helpful for this.
- Analyse several nights' worth of progress wipes on a single boss. Remember the "Ignore events after X deaths" option in the generated report is helpful here. This use case will be even more useful when the 50 pull limit is able to be increased.
- Look at performance across multiple kills of the hardest bosses, to see how well you perform when the heat is turned up.
I'd be interested to hear what extra features people would like. A few of the planned ones that should drop over the next weeks are:
- Add a filter for pull duration
- Add a filter for boss percentage (these two should help you analyse only pulls that reached a certain phase)
- Link generated analyses to a guild's report page, so they can be easily found again
- Allow generating a multi-report analysis from a list of links
- Allow generating a multi-report analysis from a character's parses
- Allow non-subscribers to generate analyses (but maybe with a pull limit of 10, which should be enough for use-case (1) mentioned above, while keeping server costs feasible)
- Increase the maximum pull amount (potentially based on subscription, as things like 300 pull reports make me and the servers quite nervous!)
As always, I appreciate any feedback.
If you'd rather chat on Discord, here's a link to the Wipefest server.
Good luck, have fun!
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