MLB Run Scoring Trends Shiny App

Martin Monkman has an update to the MLB run scoring app in Shiny, just in time for spring training:

2. feather instead of csv
The app relied on some pre-wrangled csv files; these have been replaced by files stored using theĀ .feather format, which makes for a signficant performance improvement.

Martin has made a significant number of changes and it’s cool to see the full list of changes. H/T R-bloggers

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