So using statistical analysis via CHD, I’ve been able to find out quite a bit about specific Netrunner cards, strategies, and even the game itself. I’m in the midst of writing up an article that utilizes it in optimizing deckbuilding, and I was wondering if anyone else has any ideas of what I can analyze to break the game down even further.

A sample of what I was able to derive via CHD: (you may have seen me post this on BGG)

```
When accessing 1 card from R&D on the first runner turn: (49 card corp, 10 agendas)
20.41% chance of finding at least one agenda
With 1 R&D Interface: (Two card access)
36.99% chance of finding at least one agenda
3.83% chance of finding at least two agendas
With 2 R&D Interfaces: (Three card access)
50.40% chance of finding at least one agenda
10.18% chance of finding at least two agendas
0.65% % chance of finding at least three agendas
With 3 R&D Interfaces: (Four card access)
61.18% chance of finding at least one agenda
18.05% chance of finding at least two agendas
2.31% chance of finding at least three agendas
0.10% chance of finding at least four agendas
With 3 R&D Interfaces and a Maker's Eye (Six card access)
76.67% chance of finding at least one agenda
35.50% chance of finding at least two agendas
9.03% chance of finding at least three agendas
1.18% chance of finding at least four agendas
0.07% chance of finding at least five agendas
<.01% chance of finding at least six agendas
```

NBN: The World is Yours

The legend on the right identifies deck size and number of ice, respectively. NBN is blue, red is the average corp deck.