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This post is to vent, but also to let you know about what I spent so much time and energy building. I have spent a year on the previous program I made (HOTSHits) and now Heroes.report. A year of my life. I have no idea why. I have put far more time and energy into making something to view your stats on than anyone else except the hated Barrett. I am sad and broken that the entire community has reacted so poorly to my launch of Heroes.report. I was sad and broken when HOTSHits launched.
HOTSData was released to an enormously positive reaction. So, let's run down the features and compare:
 
Site wall
 
HOTSData requires you to login, via a login and password over HTTP. I require you to login through Blizzard OAuth over HTTPS, and so get no password that you typed
 
Replay report
 
Replay report. In this image, you can see a visual comparison of a replay report from Heroes.report, and one from HOTSData. HOTSData has multiple tabs that add up to 33 stats plus awards and talents, I have multiple tabs (on the bottom, in case you missed them) that add up to 34 stats plus awards, custom awards, and talents.
However, they don't have popup reports. Check out the popup reports for talents and stats here (you can hover over any stat or talent for a report like this). For the stats, it shows your trend in that stat by game length as a certain hero versus your enemies and your allies. For the talent reports, it shows the exact win rates for every talent at the level selected for the hero by you / your allies / your enemies / all online according to your online selections / the map online data the replay was played on according to your online selections.
 
Graphs
 
I was looking for it and can't find it, but just recently someone asked for maps in game. I know my site is not in game, but it isn't even a standalone program and it makes a number of graphs for you. Check out a picture of the graphs it makes per report (Plus the replay chat).
You can see how your team did in various categories of experience over time, when buildings fell and camps were taken, as well as how many regen globes players got over time. More importantly, the wheels of murder and death show a breakdown of who contributed to who's death (although, unfortunately, they are messed up in Firefox.) Unlike in the standalone program I created, the graphs are created immediately and are very also interactive. You can see immediately that the Jaina on my team was butchered by the Butcher, disproportionately to everyone else (He contributed a lot to her deaths, but very little to everyone else's).
 
Extended hero reports
 
Where else can you go to see (by hero or role):
  • Your winrate over time
  • Your winrate by gamelength over time vs ally and enemy winrates by gamelength over time with the same hero
  • Your winrate by map over time
  • Your winrate WITH and AGAINST other heroes (that is all of the little circles on the left, which show the number of matches and winrate with and versus all other heroes you played with as a given hero)
 
Check out this report, which you can get to by clicking on any hero or role circle for which you have data.
 
About the UI
 
Finally, the complaint I hear the most and which has the most merit. Yes, my UI is lacking. I'm not a professional designer. But do you know why it looks so bad besides my lack of design skills?
It has a TON of filters.
I could make it look far better by taking away most of the filters. But as of now, you can filter by:
  • Game mode
  • Game map
  • Who was first to level 10
  • Who was first to level 20
  • Who took down the first fort
  • Who was VIP
  • Game build
  • The exact player makeup of both teams. (Check out this screenshot - I hate Genji, but apparently I am way better with him on my team when I am Tyrande than anyone else. On the left are games where I am Tyrande and there is a Genji on my team. On the right there is no Tyrande, and Genji is set to N (not you / me) so I must be any other player plus a Genji)
  • How old the matches are (if you don't choose game build)
  • The length of the matches played
After applying these filters, not only do the replay reports shown in the reports listing change. The summary reports are also recalculated, so you can see how you did versus or as various different compositions.
You can also sort by multiple different criteria to make finding the hero you want easier. I could make the UI look a lot better by cutting out almost all of these filters. Is that what you guys want?
 
About Having to Upload Your Replays "Again"
 
Your replays are completely parsed in the browser, something no other site has ever done. This also allows me to find out which replays you should upload that have not recently been uploaded to HOTSApi (I have already downloaded and parsed almost all of their replays, which took a fleet of five servers over several days to do because of the extremely slow performance of Amazon's S3 get-object command, which is also almost certainly why StormSpy.net has only parsed about 250,000 replays thus far. On a single Amazon i3 server, I can only download one replay every half second on average no matter how many simultaneous threads and processes I have running get-object commands) Because of the incredible slowness of this and the minor data transfer cost I incur even after parsing, it is about 3x more expensive for me to get and parse your replays through HOTSApi than through my site.
HOTSApi is great as a metadata service - in fact, if they choose to they could easily parse all of the data from every replay and provide that instead of just metadata. Then they would destroy any competition for replays out there. The way it is set up now, however, it is extremely slow and expensive to pull from for anyone who doesn't have direct access to the S3 bucket. Ironically, anybody they gave sync access to would benefit enormously from this (the Amazon sync command is extremely fast, it is what I use to download files that you have uploaded through the site), so they can also play favorites if they would like.
Finally, I extract and save about 15KB of data per replay to your browser (actually, it's more like 75KB before compression, and this is with using numbers as indexes for everything but player names), an amount of data nobody else provides in the browser. The point of telling you this is to let you know that A LOT of data is pulled from and stored in your browser at Heroes.report. No other site comes close. This benefits you so you can see your stats according to many different filters, something people have asked for for ages. Expecting me to search for, then zip up 1000-5000 replays and send them over (1.5 MB - 7.5 MB of data, plus the enormous amount of calls to disk) any time someone wants to use the site for the first time or in a new browser would increase the requirements to my server by A LOT (many multiples of what it is now), so I can't provide the data directly in this way except perhaps to VIP members.
 
End rant, end site?
 
Okay, so there it is. Right now I am working on a much cleaner designed site for overall statistics (you can see my slow progress here). Am I wasting my time? If I come out with more and better features than everyone else, will almost everyone still flock to the other guys?
If that's the case, I might as well shut down this site and any further development. I spent a year of my life trying to make something, and yet almost all l I get is shit upon, just like my namesake. Right now I spend about $40-50 a month in server costs (almost all of this is on the back end dealing with processing data), $3 of which is covered by my single Patreon supporter. I should probably just shut it down and use that money for food my family needs.
83 upvotes for a site that had FAR more work and effort put into it than HOTSData vs their 1134 upvotes when they launched.
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Why no love for Heroes.report? (Angry rant and picture comparisons inside)

This post is to vent, but also to let you know about what I spent so much time and energy building. I have spent a year on the previous program I made (HOTSHits) and now Heroes.report. A year of my life. I have no idea why. I have put far more time and energy into making something to view your stats on than anyone else except the hated Barrett. I am sad and broken that the entire community has reacted so poorly to my launch of Heroes.report. I was sad and broken when HOTSHits launched.
HOTSData was released to an enormously positive reaction. So, let's run down the features and compare:
 
Site wall
 
HOTSData requires you to login, via a login and password over HTTP. I require you to login through Blizzard OAuth over HTTPS, and so get no password that you typed
 
Replay report
 
Replay report. In this image, you can see a visual comparison of a replay report from Heroes.report, and one from HOTSData. HOTSData has multiple tabs that add up to 33 stats plus awards and talents, I have multiple tabs (on the bottom, in case you missed them) that add up to 34 stats plus awards, custom awards, and talents.
However, they don't have popup reports. Check out the popup reports for talents and stats here (you can hover over any stat or talent for a report like this). For the stats, it shows your trend in that stat by game length as a certain hero versus your enemies and your allies. For the talent reports, it shows the exact win rates for every talent at the level selected for the hero by you / your allies / your enemies / all online according to your online selections / the map online data the replay was played on according to your online selections.
 
Graphs
 
I was looking for it and can't find it, but just recently someone asked for maps in game. I know my site is not in game, but it isn't even a standalone program and it makes a number of graphs for you. Check out a picture of the graphs it makes per report (Plus the replay chat).
You can see how your team did in various categories of experience over time, when buildings fell and camps were taken, as well as how many regen globes players got over time. More importantly, the wheels of murder and death show a breakdown of who contributed to who's death (although, unfortunately, they are messed up in Firefox.) Unlike in the standalone program I created, the graphs are created immediately and are very also interactive. You can see immediately that the Jaina on my team was butchered by the Butcher, disproportionately to everyone else (He contributed a lot to her deaths, but very little to everyone else's).
 
Extended hero reports
 
Where else can you go to see (by hero or role):
  • Your winrate over time
  • Your winrate by gamelength over time vs ally and enemy winrates by gamelength over time with the same hero
  • Your winrate by map over time
  • Your winrate WITH and AGAINST other heroes (that is all of the little circles on the left, which show the number of matches and winrate with and versus all other heroes you played with as a given hero)
 
Check out this report, which you can get to by clicking on any hero or role circle for which you have data.
 
About the UI
 
Finally, the complaint I hear the most and which has the most merit. Yes, my UI is lacking. I'm not a professional designer. But do you know why it looks so bad besides my lack of design skills?
It has a TON of filters.
I could make it look far better by taking away most of the filters. But as of now, you can filter by:
  • Game mode
  • Game map
  • Who was first to level 10
  • Who was first to level 20
  • Who took down the first fort
  • Who was VIP
  • Game build
  • The exact player makeup of both teams. (Check out this screenshot - I hate Genji, but apparently I am way better with him on my team when I am Tyrande than anyone else. On the left are games where I am Tyrande and there is a Genji on my team. On the right there is no Tyrande, and Genji is set to N (not you / me) so I must be any other player plus a Genji)
  • How old the matches are (if you don't choose game build)
  • The length of the matches played
After applying these filters, not only do the replay reports shown in the reports listing change. The summary reports are also recalculated, so you can see how you did versus or as various different compositions.
You can also sort by multiple different criteria to make finding the hero you want easier. I could make the UI look a lot better by cutting out almost all of these filters. Is that what you guys want?
 
About Having to Upload Your Replays "Again"
 
Your replays are completely parsed in the browser, something no other site has ever done. This also allows me to find out which replays you should upload that have not recently been uploaded to HOTSApi (I have already downloaded and parsed almost all of their replays, which took a fleet of five servers over several days to do because of the extremely slow performance of Amazon's S3 get-object command, which is also almost certainly why StormSpy.net has only parsed about 250,000 replays thus far. On a single Amazon i3 server, I can only download one replay every half second on average no matter how many simultaneous threads and processes I have running get-object commands) Because of the incredible slowness of this and the minor data transfer cost I incur even after parsing, it is about 3x more expensive for me to get and parse your replays through HOTSApi than through my site.
HOTSApi is great as a metadata service - in fact, if they choose to they could easily parse all of the data from every replay and provide that instead of just metadata. Then they would destroy any competition for replays out there. The way it is set up now, however, it is extremely slow and expensive to pull from for anyone who doesn't have direct access to the S3 bucket. Ironically, anybody they gave sync access to would benefit enormously from this (the Amazon sync command is extremely fast, it is what I use to download files that you have uploaded through the site), so they can also play favorites if they would like.
Finally, I extract and save about 15KB of data per replay to your browser (actually, it's more like 75KB before compression, and this is with using numbers as indexes for everything but player names), an amount of data nobody else provides in the browser. The point of telling you this is to let you know that A LOT of data is pulled from and stored in your browser at Heroes.report. No other site comes close. This benefits you so you can see your stats according to many different filters, something people have asked for for ages. Expecting me to search for, then zip up 1000-5000 replays and send them over (1.5 MB - 7.5 MB of data, plus the enormous amount of calls to disk) any time someone wants to use the site for the first time or in a new browser would increase the requirements to my server by A LOT (many multiples of what it is now), so I can't provide the data directly in this way except perhaps to VIP members.
 
End rant, end site?
 
Okay, so there it is. Right now I am working on a much cleaner designed site for overall statistics (you can see my slow progress here). Am I wasting my time? If I come out with more and better features than everyone else, will almost everyone still flock to the other guys?
If that's the case, I might as well shut down this site and any further development. I spent a year of my life trying to make something, and yet almost all l I get is shit upon, just like my namesake. Right now I spend about $40-50 a month in server costs (almost all of this is on the back end dealing with processing data), $3 of which is covered by my single Patreon supporter (thanks, man!). Of course, this pales in comparison to the vast amount of time I have poured into it. I should probably just shut it down and use that money for food my family needs.
83 upvotes for a site that had FAR more work and effort put into it than HOTSData vs their 1134 upvotes when they launched.
submitted by HOTSHits to heroesofthestorm

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