It looks like you’re using the correct formula but maybe with a mistake of what the “p” in the formula means so that your scores on questions where the result was “false” are incorrect.
I think you maybe used ln(probability put on “true”)-ln(.5) and then multiplied the result by −1 if the actual answer was false?
The formulation Scott used was ln(probability put on the correct answer)-ln(.5)
So for q3 for example the calculation shouldn’t be
but should be
That looks right to me. If so, and if I’ve done the calculations right, the actual score should be (not +3.34 but) −1.89, just a little bit better than Bucky’s score according to Scott. (Except that #18 -- whether Scott went back to working in the office—seems to be missing; perhaps you didn’t bother predicting on that one because it seemed too Scott-specific? So comparison against others who did predict that one will be misleading unless you remove it from their score. Scott, Zvi and Bucky all lost quite a few points on #18.)
Yeah, I didn’t actually answer q18 either (possibly knite maybe used my list as a basis?) for exactly that reason. Scott just put me in as the same as him for that question for the purposes of making an apples-to-apples comparison which seemed fine—no idea what I would have put if I had answered!