Last year I predicted the top 3 results in order in Triple J’s hottest 100. This year I’m back at it again, however, now with a webpage and a Spotify playlist.
Results are collected, optimised, and processed multiple times per day. Instagram images tagged with #hottest100 and a few others are included for counting.
You can read about the process last year here. However, vote collection is a fair bit more accurate this year.
- A computer science nerd has predicted triple j’s Hottest 100 results (inthemix)
- A Computer Science Grad May Have Figured Out How To Predict The Hottest 100 (Junkee)
- This Dude’s Hottest 100 Prediction Method Is Pretty Damn Good (Stoney Roads)
- We Could Be Looking At One Of The Biggest Hottest 100 Upsets In Years (Tonedeaf)
- Has the Triple J Hottest 100 2016 Result Been Predicted? (Chattr)
- Oddschecking The Triple J Hottest 100 (Oddschecker)
- Triple J Hottest 100: Computer geek predicts the 2016 countdown (The New Daily)
- Amy Shark Opens Up On The Pressure Of Being A Hottest 100 Favourite (The Music)
- Who will win triple j’s Hottest 100 for 2016? (The Standard)
- Triple J Hottest 100 crib notes: up-and-coming artists set to sweep the countdown (The Guardian)
- Do We Already Know The “Hottest 100” Winner? (Student Edge)
- Hottest 100 Experts On Who They Predict Will Top This Year’s Countdown (Music Feeds)
- Could Amy Shark Or Flume Reach No 1 On This Years Hottest 100 (Daily Telegraph)
Edit: Woohoo, the Spotify playlist now has just over 1200 followers, and the website has had over 30,000 hits! That’s massive, thanks everyone!