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Old April 19, 2011, 05:54 AM
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bump. sorry for neglecting this thread. I will try and find time to write a small code to do all this calculation and then use it to do some neat analysis.
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Old April 19, 2011, 11:09 PM
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Neel now that I have had a chance to think about it your weights are too linear and giving extra 0.2 to Not Outs can wrongly enhance a batters value. Take Junaid's performance against Pakistan in the last Asia Cup. If he had remained not out, what would your rating say?

I am thinking the answer would be more segment the 50 overs and then look at the scoring outcome per delivery. In just doing IK's SR analysis the other day I realized how misleading strike-rate can be to proving the effectiveness of a batsman. Honestly what I'm thinking of we need an OLAP dealio rather than Excel.

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Old April 20, 2011, 12:24 AM
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perhaps a NO bonus only if

a) batting first
i) score > 75% of innings avg (runs scored by team/wkts lost) AND SR > (80% of innings SR)

b) batting second
i) as in (a)
OR
ii) team wins

re: 'weights are too linear'
kindly elaborate a bit ?
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Old April 20, 2011, 03:08 AM
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Limited Overs Individual Batting performance Evaluator v1.1
(this is a slightly modified and simplified version of my earlier system)
M.P or Match Point is the score allotted to each batsman after a match (a batsman who doesn't bat is not scored). The score can be positive or negative depending upon his performance.


M.P is the sum of 3 factors,
a) HRS or Hit and Run Score
Which tells you how much a batsman scored and how quickly.



b) QOTS or Quality of Opposition Team Score
Which evaluates the quality of the bowling faced by the batsman and rewards him for performing against good bowling opposition.


where,


and



c) GCS Ground Condition Score
This factor takes into account difficult batting conditions, so that a batsman making a match winning 75 in a low scoring match doesn't get the raw end of the statistical deal when compared to someone scoring a 100 on a 350 pitch.



where,



and

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