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Zocra
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Relationship between <FREEDOM> and <FREEDOMSCORES>

Postby Zocra » Wed Feb 24, 2021 1:38 pm

Hi all,

I apologize if this has been answered elsewhere, or if I'm blind and it's written in the API documentation.

But, what is the relationship between

Freedom categories:
<FREEDOM>
<CIVILRIGHTS>Excellent</CIVILRIGHTS>
<ECONOMY>Frightening</ECONOMY>
<POLITICALFREEDOM>Superb</POLITICALFREEDOM>
</FREEDOM>


and

Freedom scores:
<FREEDOMSCORES>
<CIVILRIGHTS>72</CIVILRIGHTS>
<ECONOMY>97</ECONOMY>
<POLITICALFREEDOM>75</POLITICALFREEDOM>
</FREEDOMSCORES>
?

Like, is a category change triggered when a specific score is reached?

Also, is the logic for setting the color of the Freedom category on the overview of a nation available in the API?


Thanks!
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Postby Trotterdam » Wed Feb 24, 2021 2:52 pm

The Unified Missourtama States wrote:see here: viewtopic.php?p=4808370#p4808370
That's rather old, but mostly accurate.

Here's a more recent analysis:
The Civil Rights descriptor can be determined from either the Social Conservatism (which is 100 minus internal civil rights) or Civil Rights (which is "smooshed" internal civil rights) scores. Social Conservatism is easier because it lacks smooshing.
SC <= 10.00 (CR >= 90.00): Frightening
10.00 < SC <= 15.00 (90.00 > CR >= 85.00): Excessive
15.00 < SC <= 20.00 (85.00 > CR >= 80.67): World Benchmark
20.00 < SC <= 30.00 (80.67 > CR >= 74.00): Superb
30.00 < SC <= 38.00 (74.00 > CR >= 68.67): Excellent
38.00 < SC <= 45.00 (68.67 > CR >= 64.00): Very Good
45.00 < SC <= 50.00 (64.00 > CR >= 57.34): Good
50.00 < SC <= 55.00 (57.34 > CR >= 50.67): Average
55.00 < SC <= 60.00 (50.67 > CR >= 44.00): Below Average
60.00 < SC <= 70.00 (44.00 > CR >= 30.67): Some
70.00 < SC <= 75.00 (30.67 > CR >= 25.00): Few
75.00 < SC <= 80.00 (25.00 > CR >= 20.00): Rare
80.00 < SC <= 90.00 (20.00 > CR >= 10.00): Unheard Of
90.00 < SC (10.00 > CR): Outlawed
Note that there are only 14 descriptors. Despite being similar to the ones used for Political Freedom, "Widely Abused" is skipped.
For the purpose of determining WA government classifications, the list is simpler:
SC < 33.00 (CR > 72): high
33.00 <= SC <= 67.00 (72 >= CR >= 34.67): middling
67.08 < SC (34.67 > CR): low

Political Freedom follows essentially the same pattern as Civil Rights, except that the internal (unsmooshed) values are never displayed to players.
(PF >= 95.00): Corrupted
(95.00 > PF >= 90.00): Widely Abused
(90.00 > PF >= 85.00): Excessive
(85.00 > PF >= 80.67): World Benchmark
(80.67 > PF >= 74.00): Superb
(74.00 > PF >= 68.67): Excellent
(68.67 > PF >= 64.00): Very Good
(64.00 > PF >= 57.34): Good
(57.34 > PF >= 50.67): Average
(50.67 > PF >= 44.00): Below Average
(44.00 > PF >= 36.00): Some
(36.00 > PF >= 25.00): Few
(25.00 > PF >= 15.00): Rare
(15.00 > PF >= 10.00): Unheard Of
(10.00 > PF): Outlawed
Note that instead of Frightening there are now Corrupted and Widely Abused, and that the cutoffs for Rare versus Unheard Of and Some versus Few are placed differently.
For the purpose of determining WA government classifications, it still works the same way:
(PF > 72): high
(72 >= PF >= 34.67): middling
(34.67 > PF): low

As for Economy (not Economic Freedom), this works a little trickier:
(E >= 96.73): Frightening
(96.73 >= E >= 96.07): All-Consuming
(96.06 >= E >= 90.00): Powerhouse
(90.00 > E >= 80.67): Thriving
(80.67 > E >= 74.00): Very Strong
(74.00 > E >= 64.00): Strong
(64.00 > E >= 44.00): Good
(44.00 > E >= 30.00): Reasonable (!?)
(32.00 > E >= 26.00): Fair (!?)
(26.00 > E >= 21.00): Developing
(21.00 > E >= 16.00): Weak
(16.00 > E >= 11.00): Fragile
(11.00 > E >= 6.00): Struggling
(6.00 > E >= 1.00): Basket Case
(1.00 > E): Imploded

And for Economic Freedom (not Economy), the WA government classification is determined the same as before, just
EF > 67: high
67 >= EF >= 33: middling
33 > EF: low
Note that there seems to be a scaling error in the Economy labels, at least back when I compiled this. That was a while ago, so I don't know if it's still current.

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Postby Zocra » Wed Feb 24, 2021 3:56 pm

Thank you both!
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