How do you know that a prediction is bad if you haven't seen the movie?
Depending on IMDB rating,thats all we do.
The IMDb rating is an average of the ratings of all the users. There are some movies with a very good IMDb rating that I don't like, and there are others with a poor rating that I quite enjoyed. For example, I hate most musicals: "West Side Story", "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg", etc... But there are a few that I quite liked, for example "Grease". Well, the prediction engine is supposed to pick up those subtleties, and provide recommendations that are personalized to your own special taste, independently of what the average Joe thinks on IMDb.
When a movie doesn't have any predicted rating, then the IMDb rating is your only way to decide if it's worth watching. But if you get a predicted rating, this information should be even more important than the IMDb rating, because it's personalized to you.
Yesterday I saw an episode of "Attack on Titan" an anime you suggested.It was amazing.
Thanks a lot
But I didn't find this title on the prediction list.
The recommendations that you receive depend on the ratings that you gave to the movies you've seen. It's very important that you rate accurately. You could miss great recommendations if you give ratings that don't closely reflect how much you like a movie. It's probably worth it to review all your ratings to finely tune them.http://www.coollector.com/help.html#movies
Glad to hear that you are working really hard to improving the predictions.
I've made a terrible discovery. There was a nasty bug that was undermining all my efforts to improve the predictions. Now that I've fixed this bug, hopefully the predictions will truely become the great feature that it was supposed to be.
I have to delay the release of the new version of Coollector by a few days, because there are many things that I still have to check. But it'll be worth the wait, and you should like the result