May 20, 2018 AT 6:00 am
This Algorithm Calculated the Chance of Death for 10 Key ‘Game of Thrones’ Characters
Spoiler warning upfront depending on how much you trust the algorithm. Data scientist Taylor Larkin created an in depth analysis on the likelihood of each characters death in the final seasons of GoT.
To do so, Larkin created an algorithm from a plethora of data, including qualitative readings pulled from the fan-created Game of Thrones Wiki page, to studying over 2,000 living and dead characters from George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, as well as external variables such as gender, age, family lineage, and so forth.
The results read as following:
Daenerys Targaryen – 83.77% chance of death
Jaime Lannister – 72.91% chance of death
Tyrion Lannister – 70.76% chance of death
Bran Stark – 66.02% chance of death
Cersei Lannister – 60.39% chance of death
Jon Snow – 58.99% chance of death
Euron Greyjoy – 54.95% chance of death
Sansa Stark – 50.28% chance of death
Arya Stark – 49.04% chance of death
Gendry – 39.87% chance of death
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