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Müller, S; Kapadia, M; Frey, S; Klinger, S; Mann, RP; Solenthaler, B; Sumner, RW; Gross, M (2015)
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We introduce a framework to infuence and analyze player collaboration in Minecraft. The framework consists of a telemetry system and several tools to influence player behavior and provide value to server administrators to increase adoption. The data collection includes almost every aspect of gameplay and can be used for analysis beyond player collaboration.1 We started collecting data from several Minecraft servers in March 2015. Most data will be made available to researchers upon request.2 We have also demonstrated the use of our framework to statistically analyze player behavior in Minecraft. More details can be found [1].
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    • [1] Mu¨ller, Kapadia, Frey, Klingler, Mann, Solenthaler, Sumner, and Gross. Statistical analysis of player behavior in minecraft. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Foundations of Digital Games, FDG '15, To Appear.
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