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    I know this is probably not the best forum to ask this question, and I have asked it else where. I just want to test my fellow k-lite board brethren with a bit of a conundrum.

    This time of year several sources rank the top baseball players for fantasy baseball. To go into the draft you pretty much have to subscribe to 1 source and stick to it while you draft. If the source that you picked sucked then your draft will suck.

    I am looking for a way to take these 4, 5 , or 6 different ranking lists put them into excel, and see if it can come up with a players average ranking among the lists.

    Do you know how to do this?

    There are a couple problems, all the lists are formated slightly differently and as the list goes lower some names are on some lists and not on others.

    I suppose I could arrange all the lists on separate sheets and put them into alphabetic order and get and average for the players between sheets. but I fear that wouldn't work because as soon as 1 player on 1 list is not in the same order all the averages would be off, and useless.

    Any suggestions?

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    Good luck. Excel has alot of sophisticated options, but the cells will have to be numerically formatted the data cells. For example, you could create a player list, then assign players a value from 1-5 based on their batting average, home runs, RBIs, etc. Then you could use a formula to average the columns, and sort them by number.

    This is a huge amount of work, and most fantasy baseball drafts will go very deep into the rosters to fill every slot. You may have to input data for a few hundred players.

    I highly recommend downloading the data from the internet. It would be up to the minute, and probably cost less than $10 for an entire list.--

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  4. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    I think you slightly missunderstood.

    I will be using several of those ranking sheets that you mentioned.

    I just wanted to use excel and a was to compare and contrast the differences between the several lists.

    I figured out one way.

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