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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby sculder » Fri Jan 14, 2011 7:11 am

from the first 20 blocked melee hits from last night's Cho'gall:

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hit   absorb   block   blocked
25682   2197   19374   0.410005714
18494   3543   15314   0.41000241
22811   1186   16676   0.410001721
23856   6600   21165   0.410007555
31761   1086   22826   0.410001257
26572   0000   11938   0.309997403
29068   0000   20200   0.410002436
27737   0000   19275   0.410001702
32265   0000   22422   0.410006034
27639   0000   19207   0.410002989
17730   12997   21353   0.41000384
26181   0000   18194   0.410005634
27597   0000   19178   0.410005345
38098   0000   26475   0.410001084
31997   10550   29567   0.410003605
39096   10826   34692   0.410003073
41972   0000   18857   0.310000164
34989   1819   25579   0.41000529
32829   0000   22814   0.41000665
26833   0000   18647   0.410004398


As you can see, all of the blocked percentages are 41%. (except for the two where I taunted and didn't have HS up)
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby theckhd » Fri Jan 14, 2011 10:04 am

Thank you, that's exactly what I needed.
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby sculder » Fri Jan 14, 2011 10:13 am

theckhd wrote:Thank you, that's exactly what I needed.


I'll check a few other fights from this past week just to be sure, but I'm fairly confident the results will be the same
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby cappytoi » Sun Jan 16, 2011 7:35 am

Seal of Truth: All single target attacks (including Judgement, Hammer of Wrath, Exorcism, and Templar's Verdict) can now trigger this seal.


I don't really understand this patch note. According to your work on matlab this is already the case for single target attacks (I checked the ability_model.m updated in 7th December). The only thing missing in code now is to add HoW to proc seals as the latest revision doesn't have that but that doesn't really make too much difference in talent comparison, I guess. Is this patch note meaning that single target attacks also stacks the censure dot (maybe to help for target switching to fix ret on that area?)
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby tlitp » Sun Jan 16, 2011 7:40 am

Let's see some numbers for Mending. For that, we'll use the default raid set (average ilvl ~359), and two common frameworks, CS/SotR and CS/WoG :
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ph=physical hit (%)
exp=expertise (skill)

               Mend.hps@SCSC   Mend.hps@WCWC
ph=0,exp=0          216             206
ph=8,exp=0          236             223
ph=8,exp=26         263             247

Note that :
  • the default talent build doesn't have EG; in order to assess the WoG framework, I've switched from 2/2 SotP to 2/2 EG
  • the default talent set has 3/3 Divinity, increasing Mending's output
  • although these represent the average output, they should be taken as theoretical maxima; in real world scenarios, the overhealing cannot simply be ignored
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby theckhd » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:57 am

cappytoi wrote:
Seal of Truth: All single target attacks (including Judgement, Hammer of Wrath, Exorcism, and Templar's Verdict) can now trigger this seal.


I don't really understand this patch note. According to your work on matlab this is already the case for single target attacks (I checked the ability_model.m updated in 7th December). The only thing missing in code now is to add HoW to proc seals as the latest revision doesn't have that but that doesn't really make too much difference in talent comparison, I guess. Is this patch note meaning that single target attacks also stacks the censure dot (maybe to help for target switching to fix ret on that area?)


Judgement, Exorcism, and Hammer of Wrath don't poc seals on live. And nothing but auto-attacks stack Censure on live.

Testing on the PTR so far indicates that both of these will change - Censure will get stacked by all of our single-target attacks, and all three of those abilities should proc seals. This is all subject to change, of course; I'm not sure that getting doubleprocs and double stacks on Judgement (one from Judgement, one from JotJ) will last once Blizz notices it.
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby vexryn » Sun Jan 16, 2011 10:59 am

Theck,
I've got a question about the interplay of tps talents from your models on the Talent Comparison.


I'd like to pick up Rule of Law, not for the threat value, but for the 15% crit chance on WoG. I'm trying to get a handle on the threat implications, though.

What I'm finding is that to pick up RoL, I will be dropping both points from Seals of the Pure, and 1 point from Reckoning. You've got values nicely listed for the impact of SotP and Reck per talent point.

But here's my uncertainty: aren't these two actually interrelated? Because my Reckoning swings proc my Seals, doesn't that actually mean that Reckoning is somewhat less valuable without SotP, or conversely that SotP is somewhat less valuable due to fewer Seal procs if I don't have 2/2 Reckoning?

I suppose it's not a big deal either way, but it just struck me that because of the overlapping value of these, removing both points from SotP and 1 point from Reckoning will reduce my tps by somewhat less than would be implied by the tps-per-talent-point calculations shown in the Talent Comparison.
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby theckhd » Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:32 am

Your intuition is correct. The talent comparison is designed to give "best-case" values for each talent. In some cases that means that a talent is slightly less effective than its maximum value.

For example, in the absence of Reckoning, each point in SotP is worth somewhat less. So if you're comparing a build with 2/2 SotP, 0/2 Reck, and 0/3 Rule of Law to a build with 0/2 SotP, 0/2 Reck, and 2/3 RoL, each point in SotP is actually a smaller loss than the value in the comparison.

Note though that it goes both ways. If you start with a build that has 2/2 SotP and 2/2 Reckoning, which produces X DPS, and you compare to a build with 0/2 SotP and 1/2 Reckoning, you won't get X-2*S-1*R. It will actually be slightly higher than that, because S and R both include a little bit of that interaction.
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby cappytoi » Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:51 am

theckhd wrote:
cappytoi wrote:
Seal of Truth: All single target attacks (including Judgement, Hammer of Wrath, Exorcism, and Templar's Verdict) can now trigger this seal.


I don't really understand this patch note. According to your work on matlab this is already the case for single target attacks (I checked the ability_model.m updated in 7th December). The only thing missing in code now is to add HoW to proc seals as the latest revision doesn't have that but that doesn't really make too much difference in talent comparison, I guess. Is this patch note meaning that single target attacks also stacks the censure dot (maybe to help for target switching to fix ret on that area?)


Judgement, Exorcism, and Hammer of Wrath don't poc seals on live. And nothing but auto-attacks stack Censure on live.

Testing on the PTR so far indicates that both of these will change - Censure will get stacked by all of our single-target attacks, and all three of those abilities should proc seals. This is all subject to change, of course; I'm not sure that getting doubleprocs and double stacks on Judgement (one from Judgement, one from JotJ) will last once Blizz notices it.


You are indeed right as usual as I forget to count the judgement procs. The stacking censure part is good news especially for ret and to us from a point. Thanks for your clarification.
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby tlitp » Sat Jan 22, 2011 5:59 am

Let's discuss environmental modifiers (check the supported buff classes in [BM]). Because of synergies, one must consider two approaches : a. no buffs, then adding one buff class at a time; b. full buffs, then subtracting one buff class at a time. They're sorted out, from highest to lowest, based on the average value.

Setup : SoT, regular CS/SotR, default gear set (~359), default talent/glyph configuration.
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high Vengeance : veng=1.0
low Vengeance : veng=0.3
high hit/exp : 8% physical hit, 26 expertise skill
low hit/exp : 0% physical hit, 0 expertise skill


@ high V, low HE
          dps@buffs.off   dps@buffs.on   dps@avg
unrage    723             973            848
soe       494             902            698
coe       484             631            557
lotp      212             530            371
bok       293             445            369
arctac    280             388            334
pwf       252             346            299
savcom    132             185            158
sund      130             181            155
wf        115             161            138
tw         24              35             29
isb         6               9              7



@ low V, low HE
          dps@buffs.off   dps@buffs.on   dps@avg
soe       474             786            630
unrage    392             544            468
coe       310             405            357
lotp      139             342            240
bok       182             281            231
arctac    182             251            216
savcom     87             121            104
sund       86             118            102
pwf        76             104             90
wf         76             104             90
tw         25              35             30
isb         6               6              6



@ high V, high HE
          dps@buffs.off   dps@buffs.on   dps@avg
unrage    882            1184           1033
soe       607            1063            835
coe       559             726            642
bok       356             538            447
lotp      254             598            426
arctac    344             474            409
pwf       308             422            365
savcom    179             249            214
sund      176             243            209
wf        152             210            181
tw         27              38             32
isb         7              10              8



@ low V, high HE
          dps@buffs.off   dps@buffs.on   dps@avg
soe       580             934            757
unrage    478             663            570
coe       358             467            412
bok       220             339            279
lotp      166             387            276
arctac    223             307            265
savcom    118             163            140
sund      116             159            137
wf         99             136            117
pwf        92             126            109
tw         27              38             32
isb         5               7              6

A probably redundant clarification : for 5-man dungeons, check the @buffs.off columns; for unoptimized raids, the @avg columns; for optimized raids, the @buffs.on columns.
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby theckhd » Sat Jan 22, 2011 9:34 am

This seems like a simple and useful enough comparison that we should put it in a calc_ file and include it somewhere on the front page. Would you mind taking your code and uploading a skeleton calc_buffs file? I can take care of graphs and such for the 4.0.6 release.
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby Kishi » Sat Jan 22, 2011 9:46 am

from PTR 4.0.6 Build 13529:
Enchanting: Enchant Weapon - Avalanche now also procs from spell damage.


this is pretty nice. tested it on the ptr today and it seems to proc from almost anything now (including censure/consecration ticks).
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby theckhd » Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:25 am

Kishi wrote:from PTR 4.0.6 Build 13529:
Enchanting: Enchant Weapon - Avalanche now also procs from spell damage.


this is pretty nice. tested it on the ptr today and it seems to proc from almost anything now (including censure/consecration ticks).


It already does on live. That's just a tooltip update.
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby tlitp » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:39 pm

Avalanche isn't triggered by Consecration on the live realms. It raises an interesting question : is it being triggered by the cast itself, or by the DoT effect ? Testing this should be fairly straightforward :
  • grab a build with 2/2 HG (the corresponding glyph isn't terribly relevant, you may as well skip it)
  • be sure to avoid using SoT, thus eliminating the nuisance of Censure
  • attack a low-lvl dummy (only) with Cons and J, outside of melee range
  • check any Avalanche procs that are not synchronized (within <1 second) to Cons casts or J
  • stop when encountering the first match, or after five Cons casts
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Re: Theck's MATLAB thread - Cataclysm/4.x

Postby Awyndel » Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:24 am

Any chance of a 1 statpoint graph anytime soon? Would be nice for ppl to compare pieces of threat gear.

If you're not busy ofc, otherwise just delay it.
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