lineups_separator {AdvancedBasketballStats} | R Documentation |
The function allows to separate the extended statistics of the lineups. Therefore, you can obtain the statistics of the lineups or the rival with respect to the lineups for later analysis
lineups_separator(df1, n)
df1 |
Should be a Data Frame. The parameter has to be in the format provided by the lineups_data_adjustment() function. |
n |
Should be a number. it Represents the statistics we want to obtain. |
The function only works with the extended statistics of the lineups. The supported values for n are as follows:
If n takes the value of 1, the function will return the statistics of the lineup.
If n takes the value of 2, the function will return the statistics of the rival with respect to the lineup.
Data frame with the statistics separated in the format of the basic statistics of the lineups.
Fco Javier Cantero fco.cantero@edu.uah.es
Juan JosĂ© Cuadrado jjcg@uah.es
Universidad de AlcalĂˇ de Henare
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(6,0), "OppFG " = c(6,0), "FGA " = c(10,0),"OppFGA " = c(9,0), "X3P " = c(2,0),"Opp3P" = c(1,0),"X3PA" = c(4,0),"Opp3PA" = c(3,0), "X2P" = c(4,0),"Opp2P " = c(5,0), "X2PA " = c(6,0),"Opp2PA " = c(8,0) , "FT " = c(0,0),"OppFT " = c(1,0), "FTA " = c(0,0),"OppFTA " = c(1,0), "OppRB " = c(2,0),"OppOppRB " = c(1,0), "DRB" = c(4,0),"OppDRB" = c(1,0), "TRB" = c(6,0),"OppTRB" = c(2,0), "AST " = c(5,0),"OppAST " = c(4,0), "STL " = c(1,0),"OppSTL " = c(3,0), "BLK " = c(0,0), "OppBLK " = c(1,0), "TOppV " = c(5,2), "OppTOppV " = c(3,2),"PF" = c(1,0),"OppPF" = c(3,0), "PLUS" = c(15,0),"MINUS" = c(14,3),"P/M" = c(1,-3)) n <- 1 lineups_separator(df1,n) n <- 2 lineups_separator(df1,n)