|Charles Reid bd82b99a01||6 years ago|
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|AllTeams.py||7 years ago|
|AthleticsABKDE.py||7 years ago|
|CombineEverybody.py||7 years ago|
|HRVariance.py||7 years ago|
|LICENSE||7 years ago|
|MultivariateTeamWins.py||6 years ago|
|NullHypothesisBattingStats.py||6 years ago|
|README.md||7 years ago|
|Regression.py||7 years ago|
|TeamWins.py||6 years ago|
|Wins.py||6 years ago|
|ols.py||6 years ago|
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This repository contains some scripts and data for sabermetrics
(analysis of baseball statistics.)
I am using these scripts to write a series of Octopress blog posts.
These are listed here, along with the scripts that correspond to
AthleticsABKDE.pygenerates KDEs for at-bats, analyzed in this first post.
AllTeams.py generates univariate and multivariate KDEs for multiple batting stats, for all teams
HRVariance.py contains variance and correlation plots for home runs and how they change, or are correlated with other variables
I’ve put together some data files, contained in the
This consists of batting statistics for individual teams, plus
a master batting stats file that contains batting statistics for all teams.
The data are all in CSV format and come from Baseball-Reference.com
CombineEverybody.py combines data for all teams into the master batting stats file.