Projecting league positions, part 2

This post turned out to become quite a lot related to programming. As I mentioned in the last post my idea was make my predictive table positions/points model more accurate by adding more data to it. I wanted to use my own football-data parser in order to add shots data, including TSR to all teams included in the model.

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Plotting football with Python and Plotly

Some time ago I got a question from Tom Worville, at if I could share how I create my plots. As I have mentioned before I use Plotly. In my opinion a superb visualization tool with a great api and a sound user policy. Being a Python programmer their eminent python library is of course extra appreciated.

Here is how I create a football pitch with Plotly. Meet footballpitchplot!

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