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August 14, 2013

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One small point: "what Europeans know as football (and the rest of the world calls soccer)" - actually the rest of the world calls it football. Football is only "soccer" in Australia and the US. It is certainly "football" in Asia, Europe, Africa and South America.

Otherwise, thanks for the post!

Hey David,

Thanks for the link. As you rightly point out, virtually all of the heavy lifting for the matterofstats site is done via R and, now, with ggplot2 around, most of the charting is too.

I hope the site was able to convey just how much fun it is to apply stats and data analytics techniques to AFL football.

Thanks again,

Tony
Owner of the matterofstats website and co-owner of its mascot

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