[Python-Dev] CPython benchmark status, April 2017
victor.stinner at gmail.com
Fri Apr 7 16:57:19 EDT 2017
2017-04-07 20:50 GMT+02:00 Terry Reedy <tjreedy at udel.edu>:
> The boxes are un-scaled.
Which page? "Display All in a grid" has no scale, but if you select a
single benchmark, there are scales. It's a number of seconds: "(less
is better)" as written on the Y scale.
> Is vertical always 'time for fixed work', so lower is always better?
> The vertical variation is a small fraction of vertical space, so most vertical space is wasted.
I don't well the website part, please see the
> Box says 'last 50', but only 13 results. These cover last 3 years?
Currently, the oldest result is the commit
0cf3ed60d089cf2a2671fa66cdaa18498091: April 1, 2014.
I'm unable to count the exact number of dots :-D
On the special "Display All in a grid" view, you cannot select the
number of results. I don't know how many results are displayed: 50 max
If you select a benchmark, 50 results max are displayed. Currently,
it's enough to over 3 years.
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