Your score is calculated by an algorithm that takes as its input one or several data entries for the metrics that are being tracked.
The two main ranking algorithms used by rise.global scorecard managers are:
a traditional ‘cumulative total’ algorithm where the raw data entries are simply added together to get a final score. Sometimes, these data entries will be weighted by different factors, thus prioritising some metrics over others. E.g. a tweet may be worth 1 point while a retweet may be worth 2 points.
a relative weighted algorithm where your score is given out of 100 based on how well you rank in each metric relative to the other players on your board – if you were first in every metric you would get all 100 points.
This Help Center article has more information on Rise’s Absolute and Relative scoring algorithms.