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Matt Hudson

Interesting stuff. What fantasy league did you use? Simple enough to extract the data? Planning to share the R code anytime?

Kaiser

Matt: in the chapter, I analyzed my friend's league that is hosted at ESPN. I explained how I assembled the data set in one section of the chapter. It's not simple but can be done with a little guidance. Once I'm done with my series of charts, I will put up a dataset for those interested in visualizing the data. I can put up the R code but I'm just using basic ggplot2 here.

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