06-25-2011, 06:10 PM
(06-24-2011 01:40 AM)cardariffic Wrote: [ -> ]I mean that somewhere in Beckett logs, there is the information about the subgrades stored for every card ever graded by Beckett, right? So, why not use that information? Why is that information being kept from collectors? I dont understand that at all.
The pop reports do not include subgrades. It very easily could have been something that was not entered into that database in the early years. If it's not from Day 1, you really can't just start doing it.
Im talking about The Registry, not the Pop. Count...when you enter the serial numbers off of any card graded by beckett it will tell you the subgrades as they are in your registry. So, every card graded by beckett has this information somewhere in the beckett logs of The Registry. Now what im asking is why cant this information be used in order to create listings in the population report as to how many 9.5's or whatever are actually graded 9.5 across the board or better. This would make it so that when you have a card graded with 9.5 across the board it will become more valuable according to how many there have been graded at that level. It would be easy enough to create a code that when hovering over the numbers in each grade category could bring up a list of how many there are of each of the different levels of that grade in the total population.
10, 10, 9.5, 9.5= 2
10, 9.5, 9.5, 9.5 = 25
9.5, 9.5, 9.5, 9.5 = 265
9.5, 9.5, 9.0, 9.5 = 754
These are all 9.5's that have different values because of the quality of the subgrades. With this implimented you could REALLY tell how rare your 10, 10, 9.5, 9.5 is in the general 9.5 population. It would be nice to have that information. Im sure this is something that MANY people want. I just dont understand why its not already in place...can you tell me the reason?