Ode to Penrose

By uMathA

Background image: #74

Discovered: 141 of 300 (47.00%)

There hasn't been enough data gathered yet to get a good idea of rarity. You should not trust any of the information below, other than for watching new features pop up.

Price 0.080Ξ   (Total: 11.28Ξ)
#0 minted Thursday, April 28th 2022, 5:15:15 am
#2 minted Monday, May 2nd 2022, 12:00:52 pm

A quick note about floor prices: Floor prices are an experimental feature, they are delayed by about two hours, don't include bundles or decreasing prices over time. When in doubt always check OpenSea for the latest figures.

Doubly so around drop times.

Features

Metric

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
Chebyshev   32 (22.70%) 22.70
Euclidean   108 (76.60%) 76.60

Palette

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
Sentimental   2 (1.42%) 1.42
Ominous   2 (1.42%) 1.42
Merciless   3 (2.13%) 2.13
Determined   4 (2.84%) 2.84
Energetic   4 (2.84%) 2.84
Loving   4 (2.84%) 2.84
Refreshed   4 (2.84%) 2.84
Calm   4 (2.84%) 2.84
Optimistic   4 (2.84%) 2.84
Tender   5 (3.55%) 3.55
Gloomy   5 (3.55%) 3.55
Flirty   5 (3.55%) 3.55
Peaceful   6 (4.26%) 4.26
Sombre   6 (4.26%) 4.26
Melancholic   6 (4.26%) 4.26
Thoughtful   6 (4.26%) 4.26
Desolate   6 (4.26%) 4.26
Rejuvenated   6 (4.26%) 4.26
Friendly   7 (4.96%) 4.96
Joyful   7 (4.96%) 4.96
Thankful   8 (5.67%) 5.67
Dignified   8 (5.67%) 5.67
Envious   8 (5.67%) 5.67
Enthralled   9 (6.38%) 6.38
Jubilant   11 (7.80%) 7.80

Realization

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
All Darts Are Gone   1 (0.71%) 0.71
Regular   17 (12.06%) 12.06
Distance Based Erasing   122 (86.52%) 86.52

Color Resets

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
5   15 (10.64%) 10.64
3   19 (13.48%) 13.48
4   22 (15.60%) 15.60
1   24 (17.02%) 17.02
0   26 (18.44%) 18.44
2   34 (24.11%) 24.11

Uniform Patches

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
Yes   25 (17.73%) 17.73
No   115 (81.56%) 81.56

Proximity Vector

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
Bar on Thirds   6 (4.26%) 4.26
Golden Ratio Point   6 (4.26%) 4.26
Extremely Wavy   9 (6.38%) 6.38
Infinity   10 (7.09%) 7.09
Diagonal   11 (7.80%) 7.80
Central Point   11 (7.80%) 7.80
Rectangle   12 (8.51%) 8.51
(Incomplete) Circle   12 (8.51%) 8.51
Linear Golden Ratio   12 (8.51%) 8.51
Three Circles   13 (9.22%) 9.22
Central Vertical Line   16 (11.35%) 11.35
Wavy   22 (15.60%) 15.60

Vertical Borders

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
No   69 (48.94%) 48.94
Yes   71 (50.35%) 50.35

Substitution Level

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
9   13 (9.22%) 9.22
10   19 (13.48%) 13.48
11   54 (38.30%) 38.30
12   54 (38.30%) 38.30

Substitution Method

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
Uniform Distant Based   31 (21.99%) 21.99
Uniform   32 (22.70%) 22.70
Chaotic   36 (25.53%) 25.53
Stochastic Distant Based   41 (29.08%) 29.08

Vertical Color Shifting

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
No   69 (48.94%) 48.94
Yes   71 (50.35%) 50.35

One Sided Color Shifting

Name *Floor [For Sale] Count Percent Links
Yes   21 (14.89%) 14.89
No   119 (84.40%) 84.40


Latest mints

A quick note about floor prices: Floor prices are an experimental feature, they are delayed by about two hours, don't include bundles or decreasing prices over time. Sometimes they get stuck, and sometimes they are negative (now that's an interesting bug). When in doubt always check OpenSea for the latest figures.

Doubly so around drop times.

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Absolute rarity includes all the features, including the "Spread ones", this is the traditional way of calculating rarity.

Filtered rarity excludes the spread features because it consideres them irrelevant and don't reflect what we would consider 'rare'.

For example, if all mints have an angle feature, which can be anything from 1 to 360, then a '1-of' mint with an angle on 32, isn't really more rare then '2-of' mints with an angle of 274. Because everyone will have a '1-of', '2-of' or '3-of' of "Angle". While a feature where there's only 5 of one thing, and 995 of the other, would be more 'rare' than a '1-of' angle of 32.

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