This package enables those interested in Fantasy Premier League to perform detailed data analysis of the game, using the FPL's JSON API. The fplscrapR functions help R users collect and parse data from the Official Fantasy Premier League website. (by wiscostret)

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  • FPL ML Data - R Studio -> Google Sheets?
    reddit.com/r/FantasyPL | 2021-06-25
    I’ll be using Anaconda since it’s free. I’ve Googled around and found some older posts for Python like this which I imagine is similar but I got some errors just trying to get started. I found this GitHub page but couldn’t get the package to load. Then I decided to just try to get data into a Google Sheet using this, but kept getting #REF error.
  • Is anyone successfully using xG to pick their FPL team?
    reddit.com/r/FantasyPL | 2021-05-11
    https://github.com/wiscostret/fplscrapR is a package for easily getting data from the FPL website into R.
  • Where to start learning out how to pull data from the FPL API's?
    reddit.com/r/FantasyPL | 2021-04-02
    It depends on what languages you're most comfortable with. I've written my code in R, as that's most useful to me in my work, but most people seem to prefer Python - I think that's easier to find existing code for online in general. If R is what you'd want to use, there's an R package (not created by me) available here: https://github.com/wiscostret/fplscrapR


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