LOS.EXE is a simple command line tool (operation by single character keys) that will read the PGN of your matches and stores the overall information in a text-based database called los.txt whereafter your browser will start and show you the results.
When using 6 Fruit and 2 Stockfish matches we get [ link ]
Changing to database mix.txt we get [ link ]
We can sort databases on match score | number of games | LOS | Time control | date | match | and parameter usuage or match description.
Double click Match Control or type LOS from the command line.
You are offered 7 choices - (H)tml | (P)gn | (S)ort | (D)atabase | (E)quilibrium | (G)ame Split | (M)atch
• Press "H" (or "h") will produce the HTML;
• "P" will prompt you for the PGN to be added;
• "D" allows you to change (or create a new) database;
• "S" moves you to the sort menu;
• "G" splits the PGN in parts defined by "G" making the match development visible, see last chapter;
• "E" Test an engine when it reaches Equilibrium in self-play,see last chapter;
• "M" Match Overview;
• "Q" will exit the program.
Note - All input is lower | upper case independent.
Note - When prompted for the PGN then the extension ".pgn" is not required. Simply type "all" instead of "all.pgn".
The sort menu offers you 7 sorting possibilities, see links above for results.
Sort on ?
(S)core | (G)ames | (L)os | (T)ime | (D)ate (M)atch | (P)aram | (E)xit