How many bands are on the rockband network for ps3?

sungecko420sungecko420 Unsigned
edited October 2011 in The Rock Band Network
When I look under the Leaderboards it only shows the top 1% but how do I find out how many total bands there are? Doing a class project on this and want to know how to figure out how many other bands are included between the 2% to the 100%. Anyone know or have any ideas?

Thanks

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  • GNFfhqwhgadsGNFfhqwhgads 99% Washed Up
    edited October 2011
    Add two zeros to the last actual number rank you see.

    Picture you see 10 scores, then a 2% general area. So, 10 scores occupy 1% of the space. So what's 10 x 100?
  • sungecko420sungecko420 Unsigned
    edited October 2011
    GNFfhqwhgads;4524291 said:
    Add two zeros to the last actual number rank you see.

    Picture you see 10 scores, then a 2% general area. So, 10 scores occupy 1% of the space. So what's 10 x 100?

    I figured that as well. There are 2481 in the top 1%, so that would mean 248,100 total bands. I could "assume" that would be correct meaning every block of 1% contains 2481 bands. But that doesn't necessarily mean the final 100% contains that exact amount. It could be 1 band or 20000 bands. Also within each percent there could be duplicate scores adding to the band count within that specific percent. So each individual percent could contain more than 2481 bands.
  • GNFfhqwhgadsGNFfhqwhgads 99% Washed Up
    edited October 2011
    sungecko420;4524303 said:
    I figured that as well. There are 2481 in the top 1%, so that would mean 248,100 total bands. I could "assume" that would be correct meaning every block of 1% contains 2481 bands. But that doesn't necessarily mean the final 100% contains that exact amount. It could be 1 band or 20000 bands. Also within each percent there could be duplicate scores adding to the band count within that specific percent. So each individual percent could contain more than 2481 bands.
    Uh, no. It's accurate to within 99 bands. If there were 100 more bands overall, that'd just be 1 more in each percent, just like your theoretical 20,000 right at the end would be 200 more in each percent. I'm really not sure where you're getting that idea from.
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