Jeremy Berg has posted another great display of application outcome data for the 655 NIGMS R01 applications reviewed during the January 2010 Council. This time, he shows application outcome (awarded, not awarded) by overall impact score and percentile and PI status (ESI, new, established).
Separately, he adds a line graph of the cumulative fraction of applications by percentile in four classes: ESI, new, established Type 1 (new application), and established Type 2 (competing renewal). The latter two symbols are a bit tricky to discern on the graph, but the Type 2s are the clear winners, as expected.
And as PP points out in his comment, how did a new investigator with a 3rd percentile/impact score 11 application not get funded? Or the ESI at the 20th percentile with a 19? Hopefully neither of these symbols actually represent more than one unfunded applicant in that status with that score.