{alone} v0.4 is now available

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Alone Australia season 2 has finished and is now available in the package and ready for analysis. As per usual install via Git or CRAN.



Any issues please raise them via Git.

Survival Analysis

It was another great season. Season 1 started off rough with a few early taps, but those in season 2 hung around for a little longer which shows in the survival chart. While the average days lasted is longer for season 2, Gina still holds the record for lasting 67 days.

Over the next few weeks, I’ll update my analysis comparing the US and AU versions.

Two key pieces of information missing from the data are the full names of the contestants and the loadouts for AU. I haven’t been able to find this data anyway. If you do come across it, let me know and I can add it to the package.

Alone Season 11

Alone season 11 has just started and will be available after the season. In the meantime, you can see the results and grab what data is available from Google Sheets.

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