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Hello Coders,

I take the pleasure in introducing you to Databread.

DataBread is a platform where you can see an aggregate or generalised form of your ratings from major Competitive Programming websites at one place. These currently include CodeForces, CodeChef, HackerRank, HackerEarth and TopCoder.


1. LeaderBoard

The LeaderBoard shows the users registered on this site, here you can find their Ranks, DataBread Ratings and Institution and Country name.

2. User Profile Page

It shows the Usernames and Ratings and also a pie chart showing the percentage of your performances taken while calculating the final ratings. There is also a graph showing user's last 6 performance updates.

3. User Search Page

You can input the Username or the Name of some user in the search box and see the available users with matching the query easily.

To Register Simply go to, Enter your E Mail ID and your respective Usernames.... and done.

Looking forward to see you on the LeaderBoard.


The website servers have been migrated now for better reliability.

The websites UI has been revamped completely, visit and see for yourself.

If you like it then don't forget to leave a like here. Share it with your friends and let more people join this initiative.

Have some great suggestions or found some bugs, just leave them in the comments below.

Thank You and Happy Coding. :)

asked 31 Mar '17, 12:01

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Kind of unrelated, but lol. Username "chusli" :p HAHAHAHA XDDD

(31 Mar '17, 14:01) vijju123 ♦5★

He... He... He... BTW you can check you profile too here

(31 Mar '17, 16:37) shraeyas3★

That's a nice feature you got there!

(31 Mar '17, 17:47) vijju123 ♦5★

There was a problem in graphs of some user's not displaying completely, this was a problem with the automated update script, but it has been fixed now. :)

(05 May '17, 23:15) shraeyas3★

I visited your site, those updates are cool but there is some problem with the leader board. That filter feature which you previously had was more helpful. Like now I have to find the institution name then click on it, previously just had to enter that name.

(14 May '17, 14:21) shubham_genius0★

OK, if you find it useful then I will restore it. :)

(14 May '17, 23:36) shraeyas3★
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Let me clear it once and for all :)

  1. SPOJ doed not have contest ratings.
  2. There are so many problems available on SPOJ that anyone can gain points even just by doing the easier ones and get a really good rank.
  3. Also there are tons of forums available for SPOJ, you can take help from them for almost all the problems available there.

So, SPOJ is more like a coding practice site. It does not have anything to do if someone is a great coder or not.

Thank You



answered 31 Mar '17, 19:40

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That explains it well. Thanks. :)

(01 Apr '17, 00:18) shubham_genius0★

@vijju123 thanks for asking to answer :)

For all 5 different websites firstly I have used Standard Scaling to Scale all different ratings to a single scale.

Then I have only taken those ratings into account where you are rated highest (more than the average).


answered 01 Apr '17, 10:42

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But every website has different range of their ratings. How do you cope up with that?

(01 Apr '17, 10:58) shubham_genius0★

Thanks for answering!

(01 Apr '17, 11:26) vijju123 ♦5★

@shubham_genius already said that. I am using standard scaling. This is the same thing which you are asking. If you want to know more just google for standard scaling. :)

(01 Apr '17, 11:52) shraeyas3★

Another minor bug i would report is in search feature. Suppose i search for one of my friend there, i would like to see his Databread rank (obviously), but leaderboard shows the user and "1" under rank. I think this is the Sl no. of the user (in the list of user the search returned).

I think changing it to show Databread rank would be a nice add-on.


answered 03 May '17, 14:05

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Thanks for pointing that out @vijju123

It has been fixed now.

Happy Coding :)

(03 May '17, 14:22) shraeyas3★

That was seriously quick!

(03 May '17, 14:40) vijju123 ♦5★

Just 2 lines of code XD

(03 May '17, 14:51) shraeyas3★

Nice updates, specially those graphs on the user profile page are very informative.

Keep up the good work buddy, All The Best :D


answered 31 Mar '17, 19:07

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Those updates are cool but why has SPOJ been removed? I guess it is a major competitive programming site!


answered 31 Mar '17, 19:33

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BTW, I wanted to ask, How to do you calculate Databreak rating?

Does it consider rating of all 5 sites? Or only best 2-3? (Cause in my pie chart it only shows codechef and hackerrank).

Also, is calculation of ratings a simple average/weighed mean or some other mathematical formula?


answered 01 Apr '17, 00:37

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Does Anyone have any ideas on how to make the rating system better, I mean there seem to be a lot of problems on directly using standard scaling!

So If anyone can come up with some better idea then that would be really helpful.

Please Write down your comments here or even better drop a mail to me at or PM me on facebook (here)

Thank You


answered 14 Apr '17, 13:54

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I have an idea. Please pardon me if it's really dumb :P

As far as I guess, Standard Scaling will be like fitting a STRAIGHT LINE to your given data. So what if you try to fit directly a POLYNOMIAL instead (like 3 or 4 degree polynomial)?

(14 Apr '17, 17:54) shivamiet1★

Please Elaborate

(16 Apr '17, 18:18) shraeyas3★

Find some values, make a table of the website ratings vs your ratings and fit a polynomial to it.

For e.g. if you want to do this for codechef then

x=1700 y=1500 x=1800 y=1700 x=2100 y=1900

Where x are the ratings on codechef and y are databread ratings(assumed). Now take more such values and fit a polynomial to it.

(19 Apr '17, 19:42) shivamiet1★

Thanks @shivamiet

Will definitely look into this but will have to wait till summer vacations :p

(19 Apr '17, 22:41) shraeyas3★

Thanks for your response. If you need any help then I can definitely help you out.

(20 Apr '17, 15:02) shivamiet1★

Thanks buddy! Will contact you when needed :)

(20 Apr '17, 20:24) shraeyas3★
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Just write the code for the given question...and gain the points and a good rank in the leader board


answered 16 Apr '17, 23:45

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Updates are very interesting


answered 16 Apr '17, 23:53

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Thank You!

(17 Apr '17, 09:56) shraeyas3★
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