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Another way to look at this is to rank-order monks by XP/writeup and by writeups/month (the latter I used just for a more tractable number in my intermediate calculations). That examines "contribution" in a couple of different ways. Then we can look at who is ranked well in each category. There are I chose two ways of looking at that combination -- minimum combined vector distance (who's closer to rank 1 in both) or a linear average of the two ranks. Using Saints in our Book, here's a look at the top 30 each way:

Top 30 Saints-in-our-Book by Combined Rank (also see a chart of this with a few monks highlighted)

XP RankNameXpW RankWpM RankAverage RankCombo Rank
44brian_d_foy1094577.0117.9
17grinder859891.5129.7
3Ovid1313382.0135.1
161wfsp120114117.0165.5
15Corion15963111.0171.0
56valdez99143121.0173.9
39rob_au132115123.5175.1
64rinceWind129131130.0183.9
62kvale147119133.0189.1
63liz17965122.0190.4
5Zaxo19418106.0194.8
51borisz18469126.5196.5
61FoxtrotUniform144138141.0199.4
41strat64193128.5203.3
73vek134154144.0204.1
40footpad79189134.0204.8
30mirod18787137.0206.2
95eyepopslikeamosquito117172144.5208.0
10dws20734120.5209.8
186saintmike173120146.5210.5
11jeffa20837122.5211.3
25broquaint20462133.0213.2
100tbone184204144.0220.6
93blokhead148166157.0222.4
203jbrugger21558136.5222.7
94PopcornDave163153158.0223.6
65samtregar20296149.0223.7
32hsmyers50219134.5224.6
117Enlil154169161.5228.6
54jmcnamara192128160230.8

Top 30 Saints-in-our-Book by Average Rank

XP RankNameXpW RankWpM RankAverage RankCombo Rank
44brian_d_foy1094577.0117.9
3Ovid1313382.0135.1
17grinder859891.5129.7
5Zaxo19418106.0194.8
15Corion15963111.0171.0
161wfsp120114117.0165.5
10dws20734120.5209.8
56valdez99143121.0173.9
63liz17965122.0190.4
11jeffa20837122.5211.3
39rob_au132115123.5175.1
51borisz18469126.5196.5
41strat64193128.5203.3
64rinceWind129131130.0183.9
62kvale147119133.0189.1
25broquaint20462133.0213.2
40footpad79189134.0204.8
32hsmyers50219134.5224.6
19adrianh24426135.0245.4
203jbrugger21558136.5222.7
30mirod18787137.0206.2
31TStanley52229140.5234.8
27gmax37244140.5246.8
61FoxtrotUniform144138141.0199.4
21davido26814141.0268.4
22pg26422143.0264.9
73vek134154144.0204.1
100tbone184204144.0220.6
95eyepopslikeamosquito117172144.5208.0
186saintmike173120146.5210.5

(Some names got compressed to eliminate whitespace in intermediate processing. Apologies.)

-xdg

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