Hearing the Oracle

Home » Posts tagged 'NFL stats'

Tag Archives: NFL stats

GGPLOT Graphics for NFL Stats

GGPLOT2 is a package developed for producing graphics within the R statistical tool. It utilizes a layering metaphor for gradually adding visual details to the desired output. R can support datasets with millions of rows for various aggregation and analysis operations, but it can be slow, unwieldy to code in, and has memory limitations.     Continue…

Advertisements

Layering in R for Oracle Data

NZ kiwi #1

NZ kiwi #1

The GGPLOT2 package for R, developed by Hadley Wickham, is preferred by many for it’s greater flexibility and range of graphing options. Here’s a tutorial explaining it’s capabilities and here’s the online documentation for the package.     Continue…

NFL Nerds 2013 : Week 3

speedy & elusive. credit: tim hawk/south jersey times

speedy & elusive. credit: tim hawk/south jersey times

My imagination as to how a weekly tracking of the course of the 2013 NFL (American football) season, in graphics, analytics, and R code, might look — in my imaginary copious spare time. The data is stored in one or more simple Oracle database tables. New visualizations will be added as the season progresses.     Continue…

NFL Nerds 2013 : Week 1

credit: tim rasmussen/the denver post

credit: tim rasmussen/the denver post. click me!

My imagination as to how a weekly tracking of the course of the 2013 NFL (American football) season, in graphics, analytics, and R code, might look — in my imaginary copious spare time. The data is stored in one or more simple Oracle database tables. New visualizations will be added as the season progresses.     Continue…