Originally Posted by LittleDi
Actually no, it only requires the total number of completed tribunal cases in whole.
We could divide it further into total punish cases vs that as well but having a total of how many cases in whole would return the data for how many false punishes exist over the entire life of the system.
I'm more for the big number as it includes the cases that were pardoned. While some of them may be false pardons it's very possible to see the total of cases vs false punishes. Sorting the whole thing down would take more time though.
False positives / Total cases
is already a good ratio to see how rare they are.
False positives / total "hits"
would be more accurate though,
because the majority of the cases gets a punish, but there are both, legit and false pardons to be accounted for too.
One could argue that the false positive number alone doesn't contrast too well with the whole number of cases because of the pardons.
And you know, these people that wants the numbers really like to stretch every possibility to their favor.