Earlier this afternoon, cardinalsgifs was again crowned Top Card on Twitter based on total points. However, as is our tradition, we look at some of the other possible ways of sorting the data. First off, let’s look at who had the highest average points, based on being listed on a minimum of 30 ballots.
A lot of the same names but in a bit of a different order. Of course gifs is still at the top, but Kyle moves up a few spots, Goold slips down a few.
Let’s look at the ones that got the highest award from the most people. Sorted by percentage of 10s with the same minimum yields…..
Looks a lot like our first table, but CardsCards slides up and the official account comes in there. Does the view get any different when we sort it by the number of ballots people appeared on? Let’s find out!
As a note, I also had 101 ballots which would have tied me with BenFred. Interesting to see Schaeffer jump up there and have the most ballots outside of the big three. Man’s made a name for himself, it would appear.
Finally, let’s take a look at who made the biggest jumps and biggest drops this year. We’ll toss out those that were write-ins last year and focus just on the people that were on the actual ballot in both years.
The changes weren’t as large as I expected them to be, but that’s probably because of so many people that were added to the form this year because of being written in last year. That changed the dynamic a lot. However, nice to see Rusty getting his due here.
Again, things change with a lot of people added to the form, but many of these folks (at least it seems to me) have been much quieter this year and, in the case of Dr. Miles, gotten away from Cardinal Twitter entirely. It’s probably not a surprise that people slip out of mind if you don’t see them as much, given how many folks are active.
That’ll do it for another year. I hope you enjoyed and I look forward to doing this again with you next year!