Combine this movement data with NBA play-by-play data (players, plays, fouls, and points scored — data sadly no longer made available by the NBA), and you have a rich data set for analysis. Naturally, you can read these data files into R, and Rajiv Shah provides several R scripts to facilitate the process.
September 27, 2015 March 26, 2017 Ed Maia Sport, Visualisation Basketball, NBA, R A while ago I found this fantastic post about NBA shot charts built in Python. Since my Python skills are quite basic I decided to reproduce such charts in R using data scraped from the internet and ggplot2 .
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Dataset NBA_table is a dataframe contains a point-by-point analysis of a basketball match. Each row corresponds to a point scored. Each row corresponds to a point scored. The first column is the time of the score, the second is the number of points scored, the third shows which team had possession at the start of play, and the fourth shows which team scored.
Data Source. basketball-reference offers a big variety of data for the NBA. But it is not only its data richness what makes it our source. It is particularly interesting due to its non-flashy simple format, which is always good if you want to scrape data (“The less fancy a page, the easier to scrape”).
Dataset. As mentioned above, the SpaceJam Basketball Action Dataset was used to train the R(2+1)D CNN model for video/action classification of basketball actions. The Repo contains two datasets (clips->.mp4 files and joints -> .npy files) of basketball single-player actions. The size of the two final annotated datasets is about 32,560 examples.
However, in my internet searching I didn’t come across any free easy-to-use datasets. The website Basketball-Reference.com is an excellent compendium of all the data I would want, but it was embedded within the webpage, not made available in an analysis-ready format. (Or at least, I couldn’t find it, or it wasn’t free.)
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ncaahoopR is an R package for working with NCAA Basketball Play-by-Play Data. It scrapes play-by-play data and returns it to the user in a tidy format, allowing the user to explore the data with assist networks, shot charts, and in-game win-probability charts. For pre-scraped schedules, rosters, box scores, and play-by-play data, check out the ncaahoopR_data repository.