Buy List Updates

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First the apology, then the numbers….

I’m sorry that I haven’t been able to get you weekly updates with the numbers we all know and love. I’ve ended up taking over some of the web mastering responsibilities for QS and it’s taken up more of my time then I thought it could have. Between taking the lead in building out the new non-financial content and working on many of the visual aspects to the site I’ve barely even had time to play! (1-1 drop from an SOM draft last night in fact).

Even now I don’t have the time to write up the normal blow-by-blow that I like to put together. However, most of my spread sheets are fairly automated so there’s no reason why I can’t at least give you the numbers.

For this week, please give these sheets a bit of a look. I hope you find them as interesting as I do.

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Printable link to all of Standard on one page

And a recap of the Google Docs tools…

So here are some things you need to keep in mind with these spread sheets.

  • 1. Access to these will require a (free) Google Docs account.
    2. None of the editions are required to enter, but I included the functionality to deal with reprints.
    3. If it seems like they glitched out, refresh the page, your entered data should be safe.
    4. They are not very fast, so be patient.
    5. I have written them in such a way as when I refresh my source data, the templates associated with your personal Google Docs account will be refreshed too. If I add vendors or features (or you find it broken) come back and get a new template. I’ll continue to advance the version numbers.
    6. Edit only the YELLOW cells. There isn’t a way for me to protect the formulas in the other cells so I have marked the safe ones in yellow and hid as many of the others as I could.
    7. If you’re having any issues I didn’t cover here, please let me know in the comments, I’ll respond as fast as I can.
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    Chris McNutt

    Born in Seattle, Washington, Chris McNutt has been playing and collecting Magic: The Gathering since Unlimited Edition. As an active player, tournament organizer and judge he regularly scrubs out of Pro Tour Qualifiers but inexplicably cleans up at the local draft tables. When not net decking Chris is either busy working as an Information Technology Sales Rep or spending time with his family. Other non-magical pastimes include playing guitar and an unhealthy number of video games. Cursed with an undying love of generating spreadsheets purely for “fun”, he’ll be crunching the numbers each week in order to serve up delicious data burritos to the salivating, hungry readers of Quiet Speculation.

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    5 thoughts on “Buy List Updates

    1. For the " Buy List : Top 30 buylist" spreadsheet, looks like you copied the Avg Buy List prices into the High Buy List price column, resulting in two duplicate columns. Should be very easy to fix- thanks for all the legwork.

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