Minute-by-minute: top flight tables

Minute-by-minute: top flight tables

Following on from yesterday’s successful test (read: no significantly hurtful abuse received) and today’s Football League versions, I’ve built animated GIF versions of minute-by-minute tables for the Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A: The way these work is as follows: Each graphic cycles through every club in a division in descending order of their … Continue reading

Minute-by-minute: Football League tables

Minute-by-minute: Football League tables

Following on from yesterday’s successful test (read: no significantly hurtful abuse received), I’ve built animated GIF versions of minute-by-minute tables for all 3 Football League divisions. The way these work is as follows: Each graphic cycles through every club in a division in descending order of their current league position (on an infinite loop with … Continue reading

An experiment: minute-by-minute league table

An experiment: minute-by-minute league table

A few seasons ago I tried to explore how league tables would look if matches finished earlier, and ended up putting together an animated league table which cycled through each scenario from a 1st minute to 90th minute finish. The problem was that having 90 frames of animation made it quite a ponderous experience and there was … Continue reading

Attack & Defence: Eredivisie

Attack & Defence: Eredivisie

Having recently updated my scatter graphics for the Football League and Conference, I thought I might as well run them for some other divisions in a series of quick posts. There are three graphics here for the Eredivisie: the first shows overall dominance (or lack of), the second attacking performance and the third defensive performance. All … Continue reading

Attack & Defence: Ligue 1

Attack & Defence: Ligue 1

Having recently updated my scatter graphics for the Football League and Conference, I thought I might as well run them for some other divisions in a series of quick posts. There are three graphics here for Ligue 1: the first shows overall dominance (or lack of), the second attacking performance and the third defensive performance. All … Continue reading

Attack & Defence: Serie A

Attack & Defence: Serie A

Having recently updated my scatter graphics for the Football League and Conference, I thought I might as well run them for some other divisions in a series of quick posts. There are three graphics here for Serie A: the first shows overall dominance (or lack of), the second attacking performance and the third defensive performance. All … Continue reading

Attack & Defence: La Liga

Attack & Defence: La Liga

Having recently updated my scatter graphics for the Football League and Conference, I thought I might as well run them for some other divisions in a series of quick posts. There are three graphics here for La Liga: the first shows overall dominance (or lack of), the second attacking performance and the third defensive performance. All … Continue reading

Attack & Defence: Bundesliga

Attack & Defence: Bundesliga

Having recently updated my scatter graphics for the Football League and Conference, I thought I might as well run them for some other divisions in a series of quick posts. There are three graphics here for the Bundesliga: the first shows overall dominance (or lack of), the second attacking performance and the third defensive performance. All … Continue reading

Attack & Defence: Premier League

Attack & Defence: Premier League

Having recently updated my scatter graphics for the Football League and Conference, I thought I might as well run them for some other divisions in a series of quick posts. There are three graphics here for the Premier League: the first shows overall dominance (or lack of), the second attacking performance and the third defensive performance. … Continue reading

Conference update: 17 Jan 2015

Conference update: 17 Jan 2015

Following Saturday’s matches I’ve updated my scatter graphics to see how each of the four divisions below the Premier League are looking. For each division there are three graphics – the first shows overall dominance, the second attacking performance and the third defensive performance. All are based on shot data and give a high-level view … Continue reading