Visualizing Team Stats

Click the play button and watch the churn of team records from year to year. Team wins are on the vertical axis and offensive pass efficiency is on the horizontal axis. Notice how strong the linear correlation is between passing and winning. Change the horizontal axis to offensive run efficiency and note how the correlation isn't nearly as strong.

In fact, play around with any of the parameters, including colors, circle sizes, etc. I've set up this motion chart with several "core" stats, including passing and running efficiency, and turnover rates. Click on a team (or several) to highlight it and follow it through the past 6 seasons.

A larger version is here.

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3 Responses to “Visualizing Team Stats”

  1. Anonymous says:

    that was very cool.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Very cool

  3. Jason says:

    Philly had two 12 win seasons with relatively lower then average pass eff. Conversely, they had much better seasons with a higher run eff.

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