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    184 @ 19.51 not too shabby.

    Curious to see what your 'peak' analysis reveals about others to see how many come close or better than this. Half of Waqar's wickets came in this period. Such a gun.
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    Yep, 184 wickets in 31 matches. 19 5 wicket hauls, 4 10WM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    184 @ 19.51 not too shabby.

    Curious to see what your 'peak' analysis reveals about others to see how many come close or better than this. Half of Waqar's wickets came in this period. Such a gun.
    What I'm hoping to do is code it in such a way that allows the program to automatically find a player's peak - it'd have to be a set number of course like 20 Tests or 75 wickets or something like that but I still think it'll be interesting. Still a while off though. I'll basically have to StatsGuru every single innings ever and put them all in Notepad. Tediousness FTL.
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    Yeah especially when you have so many other things we want you to do.

    This is really excellent work though. Clearly not perfect but so much better than straight stats. Vettori dropping a point is also fairly interesting since so many consider him to be a minnow basher.

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    One of the more interesting ones of modern players yet to take 75 wickets is Ojha, whose 30 wickets @ 41.60 standardises to 30 wickets @ 31.83.

    Some of the really recent bowlers seriously plummet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    One of the more interesting ones of modern players yet to take 75 wickets is Ojha, whose 30 wickets @ 41.60 standardises to 30 wickets @ 31.83.

    Some of the really recent bowlers seriously plummet.
    Because the standardisation is only based on 1 year of opponent's strength rather than 10 years so it's distorted.
    Edit: for recent players that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by centurymaker View Post
    Because the standarisation is only based on 1 year of opponent's strength rather than 10 years so it's distorted.
    Hmm. True.

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    Interesting stats.

    I guess many of todays over 50 averaging batting brigade will see theirs reduce dramatically then.

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    Biggest Winners

    Code:
    		Wts	Avg	St Avg	Perc
    
    I Sharma	76	37.41	30.61	81.82
    DJ Bravo	83	39.40	32.83	83.32
    M Dillon	131	33.57	28.55	85.05
    Mohammad Asif	106	24.37	20.99	86.13
    WJ O'Reilly	144	22.60	19.65	86.95
    CL Vincent	84	31.32	27.35	87.32
    Shakib Al Hasan	75	32.13	28.17	87.68
    A Flintoff	226	32.79	28.88	88.08
    Mohammad Sami	84	50.74	44.91	88.51
    JE Taylor	82	35.65	31.69	88.89

    Biggest Losers

    Code:
    		Wts	Avg	St Avg	Perc
    
    GA Lohmann	112	10.76	16.97	157.71
    FR Spofforth	94	18.41	26.60	144.49
    GE Palmer	78	21.51	30.82	143.28
    R Peel		101	16.98	23.20	136.63
    J Briggs	118	17.75	23.76	133.86
    JV Saunders	79	22.73	29.11	128.07
    A Cotter	89	28.64	36.54	127.58
    G Giffen	103	27.10	34.56	127.53
    MA Noble	121	25.00	31.39	125.56
    WW Armstrong	87	33.60	41.93	124.79
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    184 @ 19.51 not too shabby.

    Curious to see what your 'peak' analysis reveals about others to see how many come close or better than this. Half of Waqar's wickets came in this period. Such a gun.
    Waqar and Botham are the same in my opinion.Their careers were in two parts.The time when they were brilliant and then the ridiculous number of years when they picked on reputation which made their remarkable stats suffer because the selectors had stupid hopes that they could rekindle former glories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    Interesting stats.

    I guess many of todays over 50 averaging batting brigade will see theirs reduce dramatically then.
    Yousuf for example goes from 52.29 to 45.65.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Biggest Winners

    Code:
    		Wts	Avg	St Avg	Perc
    
    I Sharma	76	37.41	30.61	81.82
    DJ Bravo	83	39.40	32.83	83.32
    M Dillon	131	33.57	28.55	85.05
    Mohammad Asif	106	24.37	20.99	86.13
    WJ O'Reilly	144	22.60	19.65	86.95
    CL Vincent	84	31.32	27.35	87.32
    Shakib Al Hasan	75	32.13	28.17	87.68
    A Flintoff	226	32.79	28.88	88.08
    Mohammad Sami	84	50.74	44.91	88.51
    JE Taylor	82	35.65	31.69	88.89

    Biggest Losers

    Code:
    		Wts	Avg	St Avg	Perc
    
    GA Lohmann	112	10.76	16.97	157.71
    FR Spofforth	94	18.41	26.60	144.49
    GE Palmer	78	21.51	30.82	143.28
    R Peel		101	16.98	23.20	136.63
    J Briggs	118	17.75	23.76	133.86
    JV Saunders	79	22.73	29.11	128.07
    A Cotter	89	28.64	36.54	127.58
    G Giffen	103	27.10	34.56	127.53
    MA Noble	121	25.00	31.39	125.56
    WW Armstrong	87	33.60	41.93	124.79
    Lol'n at Lohmann being the hardest hit and still having the best average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    Waqar and Botham are the same in my opinion.Their careers were in two parts.The time when they were brilliant and then the ridiculous number of years when they picked on reputation which made their remarkable stats suffer because the selectors had stupid hopes that they could rekindle former glories.
    I really need to learn more about Botham, I know of his peak but I haven't read about it much at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    Waqar and Botham are the same in my opinion.Their careers were in two parts.The time when they were brilliant and then the ridiculous number of years when they picked on reputation which made their remarkable stats suffer because the selectors had stupid hopes that they could rekindle former glories.
    To a certain extent, that happens to almost every great cricketer. Look at Dravid and Ponting. It's a sign of a truly remarkable player to keep a world-class standard over their whole career.

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