Tuesday, September 5, 2017

College Football Play Individual Play Statistics Now Available at Snoozle Sports

At the sister site to Dr Wag picks, individual play statistics are now available per game at Snoozle Sports, with NFL individual plays coming soon. The stats are available in CSV and XML formats. This will allow football stat heads to break down the performance of individual play and make more nuanced prediction models.

Monday, July 10, 2017

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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Blue Jays Picked to Win in AL Wild Card Playoff Game

Snoozle Sports gives the Blue Jays a 60% probability of beating the Orioles in the 2016 AL wild card playoff based on its Monte Carlo model simulation. Also, Snoozle Sports predicts there is a 67% chance of the score going over 8.5. Toranto pitcher Marcus Stroman has 57% of winning the game according to the site's model.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

College Football and NFL Game Stats for 2016 in CSV Available

The 2016-2017 football season stats in CSV for NFL and FBS are now available. These statistics will be updated weekly.

On my sister site, Snoozle Sports, you can get custom downloadable statistics in CSV and XML formats as well download player statistics.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

MLB Game Outcome Simulator Open Source Beta

I have a released the open source beta of my MLB simulator on GitHub.com.

This simulator uses real, up-to-the-date lineups and player stats though the database API on Snoozle Sports. It uses a Monte Carlo approach and give predicted game outcomes for both probable winners and over/under predictions. Against both money line and over/under my predictions have beaten Las Vegas books in simulated seasons for both 2015 and 2016. The results also have predicted hitter performance which will give you an advantage in setting the lineups for your fantasy baseball teams.

In the current state, the open source code uses the same algorithm as the free web predictions I show on Snoozle Sports.

Monday, June 27, 2016

Monte Carlo MLB simulator Available for Predictions

I've come up with a baseball predictions algorithm I'm pretty proud of. This algorithm uses a Monte Carlo simulation of 10,000 games using the latest day's games lineups, current hitting and pitching statistics and some basic assumptions to fill in the rest. I have my predictions posted at my web site, Snoozle Sports.

The predictions are updated every day at 7:00 AM PDT based on the project lines up from ESPN and odds from Westgate Superbook.

I also posted an open source version of my MC baseball simulator code on Github. The simulator is exactly the same as the one used for the site, but the API connectivity needs some work so the code is still in its infancy. Please contact me if are interested in being a collaborator, or if you would like for me to post more code please star my project.

Sunday, April 3, 2016