The raw data behind the story "Can You Rule Riddler Nation?" https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/can-you-rule-riddler-nation/. Analysis of the submitted solutions can be found at: https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/can-you-save-the-drowning-swimmer/

riddler_castles

Format

A data frame with 1387 rows representing submissions and 11 variables:

castle1

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 1

castle2

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 2

castle3

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 3

castle4

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 4

castle5

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 5

castle6

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 6

castle7

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 7

castle8

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 8

castle9

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 9

castle10

Number of troops out of 100 send to castle 10

reason

Why did you choose your troop deployment?

Source

See https://github.com/fivethirtyeight/data/tree/master/riddler-castles

See also

Examples

# To convert data frame to tidy data (long) format, run library(dplyr) library(tidyr) library(stringr) riddler_castles_tidy<-riddler_castles %>% gather(key = castle , value = soldiers, castle1:castle10) %>% mutate(castle = as.numeric(str_replace(castle, "castle","")))