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The Pro Yakyu Report Vol. 1.09 - Visualizing Velocities Part I

Discussion in the Bayside West: Yokohama forum
The Pro Yakyu Report Vol. 1.09 - Visualizing Velocities Part I
I make a big break from covering Pro Yakyu news this week.

Instead, I start a tutorial/project that creates visualizations of velocity charts that do not conform to the "norms." It is an exploration of the d3.js JavaScript library. If you create web pages, have some skills with JavaScript, and have always wanted to turn tables into graphs and charts, this might be of interest. If you're looking for Pro Yakyu news, this and the next few may not be for you - check back in a month.

I do hope that what I'm starting with this series gets picked up by other baseball bloggers, so you'll perhaps come across the results in the near future.



Feedback about what you'd like to see me cover is always welcome. The Pro Yakyu Community on Google+ or Bayside West: Yokohama blog on JapaneseBaseball.com are the best places to provide that feedback. I look forward to hearing from you.

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Resources:
npbtracker.com
plus.google.com
seattlesportscentral.com
d3js.org
japanesebaseball.com

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