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End of Season Numbers
Discussion started by Faithful_City , 07 October, 2020 13:56
End of Season Numbers
Faithful_City 07 October, 2020 13:56
This year I have introduced an end of season numbers page where we can compare all the seasons since 2004 at the completion of each season.

The link is above in the Forum Header.

And HERE for the mobile users

In comparison it has been a pretty good season and the last three have seen a gradual improvement to that elusive 6th Place(Mid-Table)

JP

Re: End of Season Numbers
centrethere 08 October, 2020 21:11
Fantastic presentation of stats again FC

Re: End of Season Numbers
Faithful_City 09 October, 2020 06:20
If there is another stat, comparison or way of displaying just ask as I may be able to produce?

JP

Re: End of Season Numbers
ARFC Warrior 09 October, 2020 13:52
Something wrong in the Win Rates graph. Exeter have 0% for home wins and Warriors don't appear.

Re: End of Season Numbers
Faithful_City 09 October, 2020 14:34
We've never beaten them at home but beaten them once away 5:6

JP

Re: End of Season Numbers
ARFC Warrior 14 October, 2020 11:10
Sorry, misunderstood what the graph was showing me. I thought it was the individual clubs win rates, e.g. Falcons win 75% of their home games against all opposition. Might be a graph you could include,

Perhaps the heading should have been something like "Warriors Win Rates against Clubs"

Re: End of Season Numbers
lokicrichtonfan 17 October, 2020 18:54
The advertising of the 9th place finish- highest since 2006, really does say it all


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