So I thought a number of initial things were interesting:
The number of people in C Division. A - 115, B - 104, C - 177, D - 61. I wonder how this compares with prior years (I haven't looked yet)? It would also be interesting to cross this against the incoming IFPA rankings. Were a lot of people forced into C? Did they choose to play in C? D didn't have that many, but it was also a shared bank with other divisions and it was being used for less games.
Repeat Qualifiers in A & Classics - When I was typing up the Finals brackets, it was interesting when Excel would auto-fill the name because they had also qualified in A or another Classics division.
The insane scores in A Division - I know this is best game with unlimited qualifying, but these scores were much bigger than I would have guessed coming into the analysis.
I think Attack from Mars was interesting because there's a drop between 9.2 and 7.3 billion.
Skateball was another interesting one, where a few people put up large scores of 4 million+, and the next 40 people were between 1 and 4 million.
I would also assume that most Sterns would have more exponential scoring, but was surprised by Ripley's that it was fairly straight ahead.
It's also interesting to see games where people do "the thing" and suddenly skyrocket ahead of everyone else. In the D Divison Bank (and Seniors, Womens, and Juniors), Scared Stiff and Fish Tales were like that, but I was surprised to see Power Play have such an explosion in scoring for a few people, especially on an older Bally.
I haven't done much yet on the Player Analysis other than it being a way for a person to look up their comparison vs. others, but something interesting would be to figure out did an individual player choose to play many different games, or if they focused on a select few. Some missing data points that would be interesting would be the number of cancelled games, or to see a player's progressing as they incrementally had better games. What would be the ultimate pull would be to get time stamps on those entries, and then you would see how it progressed over the course of the event and reveal the embarrassing number of times I played Transformers and still scored 17 million.