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Mission tested: Secure the Chavez Elite
By: inorlive
Date(s): July 2016
Runs: 4   Cost/Run: 16 Chroniton
Item Units Chroniton / unit Runs/Drop
Super Rare Clothing Pattern ★★★★ 0>>Unable to display streak info due to insufficient sample size. Missing: total units Missing: total units
Rare Spices ★★★ 0>>Unable to display streak info due to insufficient sample size. Missing: total units Missing: total units
Uncommon Power Cell ★★ 3>>Unable to display streak info due to insufficient sample size. 21.3Statistical Strength: Nearly useless

Range of average cost per
Uncommon Power Cell ★★
within 2 standard deviations
(~95.5% confidence):

10.43 — Infinity
>>
1.3
Common Optronic Circuit 1>>Unable to display streak info due to insufficient sample size. 64.0Statistical Strength: Nearly useless

Range of average cost per
Common Optronic Circuit
within 2 standard deviations
(~95.5% confidence):

21.33 — Infinity
>>
4
Basic Furs 8>>

Basic Furs

Average (mean) runs per drop: 1

Based on test averages, to get one more drop,
you may need to do another:

  • 1 runs in 50 percent of cases (median)
  • 1 runs in 10 percent of cases
  • 2 runs in 1 percent of cases

That is, 1 in 100 players may not see this item
drop at all even after 1 runs.

Also, a run dropping only this item is expected
per 3.4 runs or so.

8.0Statistical Strength: Somewhat unreliable

Range of average cost per
Basic Furs
within 2 standard deviations
(~95.5% confidence):

5.61 — 13.95
>>
0.5
Average cost per unit assumes 3 standard rewards per run.

Please Do NOT include results from "Double-Up" Adwarps.
   Double-Up results are not random and will skew results.

Warning 2: Above results flagged as preliminary due to small sample size.