Thank you for participating and helping to make the SkillCraft project a success! With your support we received an amazing 4400 replays from players across multiple skill levels. The study has been published to PLOS ONE and can be viewed at http://bit.ly/18dckzt.
We are also still collecting replays for our current longitudinal StarCraft 2 study. If you have not yet participated, please consider doing so at http://skillcraft.ca/.
Thank you again for your support. Please look forward to our future studies!
A big thank you to all who have either participated in the study or have encouraged others to participate!
With your help, we have received a good amount of replays so far. However, we still require a lot more. If you have not done so already, please consider submitting your replays by visiting our participation page. Ideally we hope that you have at least 300 replays, but having slightly less than this amount is also acceptable.
Thanks again for all your help.
Dr. Blair talks about how expertise is studied in the context of real-time strategy games such as StarCraft II. Limitations as well as future directions of the research are discussed.
Watch it here:
We are still collecting replays for the expertise study. Submit your files to skillcraft.ca
Lee Hotz, science writer for the Wall Street Journal, and Mark will be doing a livechat about SkillCraft and other video game research, tomorrow at 1pm.
You can get your questions in the queue early.