The package provides easy access to AFLW data from the AFL.com.au website. This can be accessed via the normal
fetch_ functions in the same way you would access Men’s data.
This vignette talks through the main data sources. To fully understand how the
fetch_ functions work - please read the Main Fetch Functions vignette.
Firstly, we can return the fixture for a season or particular round.
We can get the lineup for a given set of matches in a particular round.
The match results, including the teams playing, venue information and final scores are returned via
We can also get the ladder at any point with
Lastly - we have basic player stats. This will return player level statistics such as possessions, time on ground, fantasy points and a myriad of other statistics.
We have a legacy function to provide advanced AFLW stats. This is going to be deprecated in favour of a more robust solution but still works for now. The following code should show you how to use those functions. ### Match data
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Note - if this is
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We can use the
fetch_results() function to retrieve match data matches.
Note that there will be warnings if a fixture is available but no match data has been added yet. If this is the case, make sure you don’t try to request detailed match stats for these match IDs.
get_aflw_detailed_data() can be used to return more detailed data than the match data shown above. It takes a vector of match IDs as an argument. For example, let’s say we want detailed stats for the first 10 games in
match_data above. Then we would do: