Some of those movies are tricky. I'm only averaging about 75% - 80% sensitivity. 100% specificity. <br><br>I watch for my score. I actually had one movie where I thought I saw something and it wasn't a calibration movie. Most of the movies are either filled with crap or there is nothing there.<br><br>What's your overall score so far? I'm at 55 after reading 200 real movies. I've gotten 7 of the calibration movies wrong. Must have been tiny invisible tracks. <br><br>
Here you go.<br><br>The calibrations take place when you finally start looking at the real thing, except every now and then they throw in a kind of test to see how accurate you are. Of course, they don't tell you which are real and which aren't until after you've done them.<br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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