“How do you calculate thefield in the solution statistics?”
All solution sets listed on this site are scored according to the rules of the daily online New York Times Spelling Bee. Each four-letter word is worth one point. Longer words are scored based on their lengths, with five-letter words scoring five points, six-letters words scoring six points, and so on.
If a word is a pangram, it receives a score equal to its length plus a seven-point bonus. For instance, the pangram whippoorwill is twelve letters in length, which makes it worth 19 points (12 + 7).