This latest update of GooglyPlusPlus2021 includes new controls which allow for granular analysis of teams and matches. This version includes a new ‘Date Range’ widget which will allow you to choose a specific interval between which you would like to analyze data. The Date Range widget has been added to 2 tabs namely
b) Overall Performance
This change is applicable to all T20 formats and ODI formats that GooglyPlusPlus2021 handles. This means you can do fine-grained analysis of the following formats
a. IPL b. Intl. T20 (men) c. Intl. T20 (women)
d. BBL e. NTB f. PSL
g. WBB h. CPL i. SSM
j. ODI (men) k. ODI (women)
Important note 1: Also note that all charts in GooglyPlusPlus2021 are interactive. You ca hover over the charts to get details of the data below. You can also selectively filter in bar charts using double-click and click. To know more about how to use GooglyPlusPlus2021 interactively, please see my post GooglyPlusPlus2021 is now fully interactive!!
You can clone/download the code for GooglyPlusPlus2021 from Github at GooglyPlusPlus2021
Try out GooglyPlusPlus2021 here GooglyPlusPlus2021
Here are some random examples from the latest version of GooglyPlusPlus2021
a) Team Batting Scorecard – MI vs CSK (all matches 2008-2013) – Tendulkar era
Tendulkar is the top scorer, followed by Rohit Sharma and Jayasuriya for Mumbai Indians
b) Team Batting Partnerships (MI -CSK) – Tendulkar’s partnerships
Partnerships for Tendulkar with his MI team mates
c) Team Bowler Wicket Kinds (Opposition countries vs India in all matches in T20)
d) Win vs Loss India vs Australia T20 Women (2010 – 2015)
Australia won all 3 matches against India
e) Win vs Loss India vs Australia T20 Women (2015 – 2020)
Between 2016-2020 the tally is 3-2 for Australia vs India
f) Wins vs Losses – MI vs all other teams 2013 – 2018
g) Team Batting Partnerships Head-to-head Australia vs England ODI (Women)
Partnerships of Australia women EA Perry and AJ Blackwell for Australia
Go ahead give GooglyPlusPlus2021 a try!
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