Evidence of The Pixoto Algorithm's Amazing Consistency

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Evidence of The Pixoto Algorithm's Amazing Consistency

Since way back in August 2011, when Pixoto was barely underway, I have infrequently entered driftwood pics. Mostly I don't edit them heavily, though I often insert a subtle eyeball to point out a hidden sea monster.

Here's the interesting part.

Between August 2011 and January 2013, my driftwood entries stayed with the same general look and feel, and some scored in the 600s. But in that time span, new high scores moved out of the 600s, into the 700s and 800s.

Instead of sliding down the scoring scale under the weight of a million new entries, my scores stayed the same, and the new superior entries climbed on up the mountain.

I suggest that the consistent numeric scores of consistent quality work by one individual throughout much of Pixoto's history is evidence that its Algorithm is working well.

Amazing.

http://www.pixoto.com/ratherbefunny
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  • abnormally average, and proud of it.

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I always enjoy your photos.....have noticed them before

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