It's awesome that a non-paid user managed to figure out the bug.
Any reason why bug has not been fixed yet? H2N still dropping hands on a variety of sites.
Actually, just realised it seems like this is possible.
The issue is that is entirely not obvious how to do it. Little bit like needing to hold the CTRL key down to select multiple texture filters. The functionality is there but most people aren't going to figure it out without wasting a lot of time. I guess there are two approaches.
Increase available documentation. Current vids/articles don't really do H2N justice at this stage.
Make some of the features more obvious so training content is not required.
When mass cloning and choosing the option to clone using custom filter, I should be able to select a premade filter rather than needing to rebuild the filter every time.
For example, I should be able to make a custom filter which shows me A-high dry board textures. Then, when mass cloning, I should be able to use that pre-made board texture filter to mass clone my stats.
With the current set up, you have to remake the board texture filter every time - it's really boring and time consuming.
Thanks for the help.
That seemed like an illogical way to kill 4 hours.
The issue is that Range Research won't accept a filter as part of an expression if that filter has not been placed in a popup somewhere. This is even after using the clear/rebuild options on the main page. A stat not used in a popup is simply not providing a usable value for the sake of an expression in Range Research..
The thing that I can't get my head around is that expression stats work just fine with filters that have not been used in any popup. So the pre-requisites for writing expressions to formulate expression stats, and writing expressions to be used as part of a Range Research filter are different. This is where the confusion is caused. None of this was made clear in the video on Range Research.
Anyway, just in case it wasn't clear - I arbitrarily placed the filter that I wanted to use as part of the expression on a popup somewhere and recompiled all the stats. Works like a charm now.
Can't get Range Research to work with expressions. I have a working fold-to-3bet stat. Let's call it "f3".
I am using the syntax -
Value(f3) < 40
Because I want to see stats generated for players who fold less than 40 percent of the time to 3bets. Green check appears when I click verify.
Problem is that I simply don't get any values for my stats. Even if I change the syntax to Value(f3) < 100 I don't get results either, so it can't be a sample size thing. If I remove the expression formula the range research analysis runs fine, and I get values for all of my filters.
Can't figure out what's wrong here, any help would be appreciated.
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