# Half Time Statistics

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1. ## Pro Rodrigo Grundig

Interesting, but how would you know for what team those statistics are from? Not really sure what the shoe and the whistle are exactly (fauls?)

I have a good reference for this for you. Will edit as soon as I find the link :)

Edit: Here is the Reference.

2. ## Al ☯ Power

I think you are over complicating it. I dont have a clue what Im looking at to be honest.

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3. ## Pro spovv

@Rodrigo Grundig,@Al ☯ Power , statistics shows:
corners, shoe icon means shots, yellow arrow means "in, red means "out, whistle icon means fauls, yellow cards, injury, red line means offside, ball position :)

4. ## Al ☯ Power

Im actually doing something very similar at the minute but am just doing a standard table view for it. We did alot of user research and the best way to display stats is to just list them out. Even the bar charts didnt test well.

5. ## Pro spovv

Actually, I want to show a general statistic for one of the teams, without much details like your "reference @Rodrigo Grundig, good job!

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6. ## Pro Thibault Rouquet

I really love football... And I understand that the whitsle means "foul" but... This is really complicated to look at and I think you lose the meaning of design... It doesn't seems functional & understandable...

7. ## Pro spovv

I appreciate your point of view @Thibault Rouquet, I like football too.. It's just a small part of the function of this statistic, soon there will be more shots.

8. ## Pro Rodrigo Grundig

@spovv I see what you mean and where you wanna go, and I think using a field to demonstrate data is really nice :)

Sometimes it can get a bit ambiguous though. For example, I noticed you divided those columns to give the perception of what happened more (2 fauls vs 3 kicks in the first column, for example = 2/5), however, it may also mean at first, where in the field those events happened. Using the same example, two fauls in the upper left part of the field.
I'm just trying to help you get an even nicer way to showcase the data from the bench hehe :P I'm really into soccer (brazilian here, so you can tell why), it would be a pleasure to share thoughts if you'd like :)

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9. ## Pro spovv

@Rodrigo Grundig, I separated half of stadion in 3 parts - first one is "penalty area, second is betwen "penalty area and "centre circle and last one is "centre circle. Statistic shows in each part how many shots, fouls, injures... there were. The 3 columns ( with yellow line on top of each) show in which field (penalty area, middle and centre cirle) players have played more, how often the ball has been in the corresponding field - ball position statistic.
It will include one more screen with total details.

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Cool man!

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12. ## Pro harwen

Great!

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