Tomorrow, on Friday, 12 January, Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munchen will kick off the second part of the Bundesliga season. Few weeks ago I published an article with stats on promising Leverkusen’s striker Leon Bailey.
From today, you can analyze the data yourself via my Shiny app. You can group and filter the data as you like. Let me know if you discover interesting findings in the data.
All Kicker playerratings since 1997/1998 in the three major German leagues are added to the app.
Story telling in case of climate change is very important. And visualizations tell more than data alone. Here you can find my visualization based on KNMI data. KNMI (The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute) is the Dutch national weather service.
Days with a temperature above 25 degrees are regarded as a hot day by KNMI. In the graph the number of hot days are counted in periods of ten years since 1908 in de Bilt, a town in the centre of the Netherlands. In the visualization it is shown that in the last 30 years the number of hot days are increasing.
The graph is interactive. You can set the threshold of 25 degrees to a lower or higher temperature. Also you can see the data of four other locations in the Netherlands. It is worth to have a look at Maastricht.
Also I have looked at the daily amounts of rain, see the precipitation tab. Here the data is available of the last 60 years, so I have set the periods to five years. This visualization is also interactive and to play with.
Let me know if you find some interesting facts in this visualization.
With the help of LastFM, Youtube and Songkick api’s I have created a Youtube playlist with live videos of the bands who will play in Utrecht in the coming week.
This playlist will always be up-to-date with the latest gigs in Utrecht.
See more info on youtube
I was looking for a ‘simple’ way to rate football players with the use of available data. The website Kicker rates all players in the matches in the Bundesliga, 2. Bundesliga and 3. Bundesliga. Currently I have scraped all historic matches of the current players in the three major German leagues. As visualization tool I have chosen Dash, made by Plotly. Currently this app is offline. I will relaunch the app soon as a Bokeh Plots app.