MGoUFRVisualization still around

Submitted by mikegros on September 21st, 2017 at 2:16 PM

Hey everybody, 

Have you ever wondered how the Offensive Line's UFR scores are trending through the years?

Have you ever wondered how Hurst compares with Mike Martin in UFR?

Or how Offensive RPS is trending by year?

Perhaps you are Brian, Ace, or any of the other amazing writers at MGoBlog and you are looking for a graphic to show in an upcoming post or preview regarding how freakin' awesome our mad squirrel LB is in comparison to a previous bringer of havoc:

 

Or maybe you want to see the top/bottom 10 games or seasons in UFR for a particular position group. Or just look up a table of the UFR numbers for someone. 

Well head on over to https://mikegros.shinyapps.io/ufr_analysis

As long as the UFR posts keep up their consistent format and URL naming scheme, it will automatically update after new posts. 

I don't really have time to post often, but I like to make sure people know it's there. Someday I plan to improve it, as life allows. 

Comments

mikegros

September 21st, 2017 at 5:15 PM ^

and Brian switched back to one big table for the offensive plus/minus instead of separate tables for OL and Backs/Receivers, which screwed up the web scraping script. It was a small tweak to fix it and now it should work for automatically updating in both cases.

fergusg

September 24th, 2017 at 6:15 AM ^

Is if we had a dashboard for ufr stats that highlight percentile peformance (vs history), where green is top quartile performance...red is bottom quartile performance).

Check out my site - www.godolphinmetrics.com for an example from a completely different perspective. Not trying to get traffic, just think this would be a neat weekly dashboard to add to Brian's UFR