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It's not an "average", it's the sales ranking of the top 100 discs. It would be computed the same way they compute the ranking for a single disc or the top 10 discs. "Average" is your terminology, since you seem to think they just averaged the rankings of the top 100 discs.

http://www.eproductwars.com/dvd/

**fa8362**It's not an "average", it's the sales ranking of the top 100 discs. It would be computed the same way they compute the ranking for a single disc or the top 10 discs. "Average" is your terminology, since you seem to think they just averaged the rankings of the top 100 discs.

http://www.eproductwars.com/dvd/

You still don't seem to get how it works. It is an average sales ranking for those top 100. What do you think a number of 4100 means? Do you think that is a rank of 4100 compared to groupings of 100 other titles? Do you think the number for the top 100 is computed with a different methodology than the number for top 10? Add up the individual rankings for the top 10 and then divide by 10 and you get the number they give there for the graph of the top 10. Do you see that?

--Darin