Shared April 3, 2016
Note: The y-axis is a rating of how well chess players compete against each other. This rating varies over time, from EDO to CMR to ELO, because different data sources cover different periods of time.
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'Mind Over Matter''
Jay Man - OurMusicBox
"Rynos Theme" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
•••••••••••• Data Sources •••••••••••••
EDO Historical Chess Ratings by Rod Edwards (1809-1920)
ChessMetrics Performance Ratings by Jeff Sonas (1910-2005)
(mistakenly says 1915 in the video)
ELO ratings from the FIDE website (2000-2016)
I used cubic interpolation between data points when necessary (EDO and ELO) and applied a 6-month blur to the CMR data to make the lines smoother and easier to follow.
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