Ranking system for table tennis players.
The system keeps a record of championship points and rating points.
Championship points aim at tracking the tournament achievements of players. Their computation is based on the best rounds reached by players in each tournament.
Rating points aim at tracking the relative skill level of players. Their computation is based on the outcomes of one-versus-one matches.
This system has been developed for a Linux environment.
sudo pip3 install ranking-table-tennis
Single-user installation (recommended)
pip3 install --user ranking-table-tennis
[sudo] pip3 uninstall ranking-table-tennis
sudo pip3 install -U ranking-table-tennis
Single-user update (recommended)
pip3 install --user -U ranking-table-tennis
The commands must be run in a bash terminal.
Fill a sheet with the tournament matches. It must be saved in the Tournaments spreadsheet (xlsx).
Players and Initial Ranking sheets must be in the same spreadsheet (it is used as a database).
The scripts will read the Tournament spreadsheet and will ask for missing information of new players (city, affiliation, initial rating points, and category). This information will be saved in the Players and Initial Ranking sheets.
It will ask for the tournament that you want to process. 0 will compute all from the beggining. The outcome will be saved in the Ranking spreadsheet.
It will ask for the index of the tournament that you want to publish. The outcome will be saved in a new spreadsheet.
Install locally from source (source directory will immediately affect the installed package without needing to re-install):
pip3 install --user --editable .
Update version at
setup.py and then create a source distribution
python3 setup.py sdist bdist_wheel
Upload to PyPI
twine upload dist/*
Upload to TestPyPI
twine upload --repository-url https://test.pypi.org/legacy/ dist/*