Statistics searcher

Description

The function allows the statistical search of the lineups where the entered players appear.

Usage

lineups_searcher(df1, n, p1, p2, p3, p4)

Arguments

 df1 Should be a Data Frame. This parameter has to be in the format provided by the lineups_advance_stats() function. n Should be a numer. It represents the number of player to be found. p1 Should be a String. Represents the name of the first player to be found. p2 Should be a String. Represents the name of the second player to be found. p3 Should be a String. Represents the name of a player to be found. p4 Should be a String. Represents the name of a player to be found.

Details

• The function allows you to search for paint players both in basic statistics and in extended statistics.

• The values allowed by n are 1, 2, 3 and 4.The number entered in N must be equal to the number of players searched.

• The name entered in the function must be the same as the one inside the data frame.

Value

Data frame with the statistics of the lineups where the entered players appear

Author(s)

Fco Javier Cantero fco.cantero@edu.uah.es

Examples

df1 <- data.frame("PG" = c("James","Rondo"),"SG" = c("Green","Caruso"),
"SF" = c("Caldwell","Kuzma"), "PF" = c("Davis","Davis"),
"C" = c("Howard ","Howard"),"MP" = c(7,1), "FG " = c(4,0),
"FGA " = c(7,0),"Percentage FG" = c(0.571,0),
"X3P  " = c(0,0),"X3PA  " = c(2,0),"Percentage 3P" = c(0,0),
"X2P " = c(4,0), "X2PA " = c(5,0), "Percentage 2P" = c(0.8,0),
"FT " = c(1,0), "FTA " = c(3,0), "Percentage FT" = c(0.333,0),
"ORB " = c(2,0), "DRB " = c(5,0),"TRB " = c(7,0), "AST " = c(2,0),
"STL " = c(1,0), "BLK " = c(0,0),"TOV " = c(7,2), "PF" = c(1,0),
"PLUS" = c(9,0),"MINUS" = c(17,3),"P/M" = c(-8,-3))

n <- 2

p1 <- "James"

p2 <- "Davis"

p3 <- ""

p4 <- ""

lineups_searcher(df1,n,p1,p2,p3,p4)