One thing I have trouble doing with the leaderboard is quickly scanning how many reps you need to rank in a certain percentile. This is especially true after Thursday, where droves of scores make scrolling through the leaderboard the devil.
Here - I make it easy! Thanks to Andrew, I've managed to scrape the leaderboard and plot cumulative distributions for week 3. Want to know how many reps you need for the 50th percentile? Just go to the y-axis, go to 0.5, and run your finger across until it hits the pink (Ind. Women) or Blue (Ind. Men) lines. Drop down, and then there's the target number of reps. Going from reps to percentile is also pretty easy, just reverse the process.
Caveat, this is still pretty early, so the curves could change a bit, especially at the extremes (ie near 0 or near 1). Ballpark though, I bet it'll work for most people.
Oh, the little bump on the pink line near low percentiles? That's apparently a few folks that have trouble doing a toe-to-bar. I wondered about that myself.
For those interested in the code, I've enclosed the matlab file I used to scrape the pages and organize it how I like it. It's definitely rough around the edges, so if somebody would like to use it and make it better, by all means!