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I've been looking for information on EPM it relates to APM statistically (fractions/percentages/ratios) of APM. Information desired would include:

  • EPM and APM combined, across leagues. This could show minimal requirements for EPM, as well as the typical level of APM required for a given EPM within a league.
  • EPM and APM combined of some professional players. This would allow a more objective comparison between two professional players, as well as between professional players and non-professional players.
  • EPM and APM combined, across a wide APM band. This would potentially answer such questions as: "How does EPM as a percentage of APM vary as APM increases?"

I am NOT looking for:

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I realise that this question could be broken up into multiple questions, but I expect there to be such sparse information on the matter that likely all the available information will function as a single answer. –  chobok Apr 26 '12 at 9:25
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Ok, I have finished a script that can extract the APM and EPM from a given replay (not player specific). If you provide me a few thousand replays for every league I can extract you the raw data (in Excel). –  ayckoster Apr 26 '12 at 12:53
    
Old post I know - but the data required for this question is just plain insane, to meet the needs for a propper result. And I can asure, that you can have an APM on 400 in bronze and 90 in Diamond, and still performe to the league your in. –  AtlasEU Jun 21 '13 at 11:16
    
@AtlasEU, we don't shy away from insanely detailed questions and answers, that's actually kind of our forte :) –  agent86 Jun 21 '13 at 14:14
    
@agent86 Touché :) Sure thing, but IMO its an insane amount of data for a very little gain. –  AtlasEU Jun 21 '13 at 14:59

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