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Now supporting ATP events...
http://tennisvisuals.com/Tournaments/
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Pondering Point Patterns
Pondering Point Patterns
tennisviz.blogspot.com
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Refactoring the codebase and releasing source.  The application of the "Universal Match Object" to validating match data and analyzing "Patterns of Play".
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GameSetMap's GameTree now live with data from the Match Charting Project...

"Game Tree" is a depiction of Point Progression for a selection of games within a tennis match or across a series of tennis matches; it is a Sankey Diagram and possesses the "Markov property", meaning that the set of future "states" that are possible are constrained by the current "state", the point score at any moment in a game.
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At the base of every tennis statistic there are Shots; many Shots. And every shot has a multitude of attributes that can be captured. Using a frequency-based visualization in combination with time-series views makes it possible to create collections of data elements (Shots) and visualize their distribution throughout a Tennis Match.
Shot Explorer: Parallel Sets
Shot Explorer: Parallel Sets
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The Match Radar is intended to provide a compact visual comparison of the key statistics for players of a tennis match. This is in contrast to the Points-to-Set, Horizon and Radial Horizon charts which aim to depict the dynamics of a match with respect to the scoring of each set.

The Match Radar enables a quick assessment of whether and how one player dominated another, whether a match was lob-sided, and where players differed on key statistics.
Match Radar
Match Radar
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The logical conclusion of my exploration of Horizon and Corona Charts.  I've searched and can find no other examples on the "internets" of a radial Horizon Graph, so perhaps this is a first!
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