Great work! I love any Phish related statistical analysis, and this really does make you step back and think of how we view shows. It's funny, because I personally love MPP N1, and would probably agree with the model rating, but then that goes back to how subjective shows are and why we really should take the ratings with a grain of salt when lookinCurious of your thoughts on N1 mpp. Granted, I've only seen phish 14 times but I was legitimately bored in set 1. It was the one first time I was even close to bored at a phish show. See? I'm a noob.
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