Category Archives: Permutations

How much the league tables can change, 19-22 Oct 2018

These graphics combine two different views of how the league table can change. The current order of the league table is shown on the left, and in each club’s row there is a hollow colour-coded strip showing how far they are mathematically capable of moving during the next round of fixtures, while inside the strip is a little minimalist column

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How much the league tables can change, 5-7 Oct 2018

These graphics combine two different views of how the league table can change. The current order of the league table is shown on the left, and in each club’s row there is a hollow colour-coded strip showing how far they are mathematically capable of moving during the next round of fixtures, while inside the strip is a little minimalist column

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How much the league tables can change, 2-3 Oct 2018

These graphics combine two different views of how the league table can change. The current order of the league table is shown on the left, and in each club’s row there is a hollow colour-coded strip showing how far they are mathematically capable of moving during the next round of fixtures, while inside the strip is a little minimalist column

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How much the league tables can change, 28 Sep – 1 Oct 2018

These graphics combine two different views of how the league table can change. The current order of the league table is shown on the left, and in each club’s row there is a hollow colour-coded strip showing how far they are mathematically capable of moving during the next round of fixtures, while inside the strip is a little minimalist column

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Weekly permutations: 21-23 Sep 2018

Now that the league tables have settled down a bit, it’s time for me to switch the weekly permutations graphics back on. Previously there were two graphics for each division: one showing how far it was mathematically possible for each team to move and another showing what my ratings model thought was likely. Towards the back end of last season

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Weekly permutations: 14-17 Sep 2018

Now that the league tables have settled down a bit, it’s time for me to switch the weekly permutations graphics back on. Previously there were two graphics for each division: one showing how far it was mathematically possible for each team to move and another showing what my ratings model thought was likely. Towards the back end of last season

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What’s still possible: 22 April 2018

Here’s the weekly update of what’s still mathematically possible – and likely – this season. The way the graphics work is pretty straightforward – I just took the version I created a few years ago, which have a bar stretching between each club’s highest and lowest possible finishes, and nested a minimalist chart of my latest model predictions inside each bar.

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