Thursday, October 28, 2010

Defensive Schedule Tables part II

Many thanks for all the comments, I will respond to individual questions within the other post. In the meantime please take a glance at the tables below and see which one you like best. I am hoping to move the blog to a more 'website' feel with extra tables of data etc so I'm starting to see what will look good where, and of course, what will be most important. Here they are:

They all tell essentially the same story but top right and bottom left put a number (expected goals conceded) to the green/red rating. I think the top left and bottom right are cleaner so I am leaning towards including either of those as a quick look guide on the sidebar, and then put the more detailed table within a post for users to drill down into. As before, any comments/advice is welcomed.

6 comments:

auburn.tigers2011 said...

I like the bottom right one with the arrows the most.

Chris Oien said...

Bottom left, really like having the numbers with it.

Shedboy said...

i like the bottom left one.

Tom Marvolo Riddle said...

I prefer the bottom left too but the top left one in the sidebar with the bottom left in a post would be good too.

Ben said...

I like bottom left one too, having the numbers and clear red amber green is great. The 6 and 12 week averages are useful, but it would be a shame to only see the next 6 weeks. You need the view of all remaining weeks to pick defender or keeper combinations that work together. Perhaps the 6 week top left view on the side bar and a version of the bottom left one that shows the whole season on the separate stats page?

Excellent work as ever.

Craig B said...

Bottom left for me. I judge it to be the easiest table at a glance.