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The Pro Yakyu Report Vol. 1.12 - Visualizing Velocities Part IV

Discussion in the Bayside West: Yokohama forum
The Pro Yakyu Report Vol. 1.12 - Visualizing Velocities Part IV
Alright, this is the final installment of the d3.js velocity tracking how-to. This time I:

1. Get rid of those innings that have no pitch data.

2. Add a custom "tick" to each inning's display denoting pitch counts.

3. Explain perspective of a twisted element.

4. Do a short analysis of Ma-kun's four years of velocity tracking.



Resources:

d3.js documentation
D3 Tips and Tricks by Malcolm Maclean
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