Terminology - IPL 5 Analysis
HW has conducted a detailed study of the player performances this season. We would also like to brag about it and say no other website has done this. In the study, we have used a few technical terms which require a brief explanation. In this section, we provide a legend to our legendary study.
1. Average Efficiency: It takes into consideration how a player has performed on the basis of average. While doing so, it calculates and compares player`s average with the total match average.
2. Strike Rate Efficiency: It calculates the entire match`s strike (including all players` strike rate) rate and matches it with player`s strike to get the strike rate efficiency of a player.
3. Player Contribution: It calculates how a player has fared (how many runs he has scored) throughout the match and compares it with total runs scored in the match. This will help to get a player`s contribution in the match.
3. Boundary Dependency: It is the percentage of runs that a player has scored in 4s and 6s in his innings.
4. Match Turnaround Potential: Any sport lauds the individuals who can handle the pressure well and perform under pressure. Turnaround potential calculates how often a player has performed amidst a pressure situation and helped the team to win the match.
5. Match Winning Efficiency: Calculates how consistently the player has performed better than the match standards in the matches where the team has won. It compares player`s average and strike rate with the respective match data.
6. Match Winning Contribution: It calculates a player`s share of runs (in %) towards the total tally of team`s runs in the matches that the team has won.
7. Consistency: How consistently a player has performed better than the match standards. It takes into consideration player`s average and strike rate then compares it with the match data that eventually defines the consistency ratio.
8. Overall Batting Performance: It compares player`s average and strike rate with the respective match data.
1. Average Efficiency: The bowling average is the number of runs the bowler gives before taking a wicket. As expected the better the bowler, the smaller the number. The average efficiency takes into account the entire match average, i.e. the total number of runs given for the total number of wickets taken and compares it with the bowler`s average. The number is a percentage. So if the Average efficiency of a bowler is above 100%, it suggests that more often than not, the bowler`s average has been better than the match average.
2. Economy Efficiency: Economy is the average of the number of runs given per over by the bowler. Similar to average efficiency, the match economy is compared to the bowler`s economy to obtain the economy efficiency. It is also a percentage and like the average efficiency, 100% = match standards, >100 = better than match standards and <100 = poorer than match standards.
3. Strike Rate Efficiency: Strike rate is the number of balls a bowler takes on an average to get a wicket. Once again the match strike rate is compared to the particular bowler`s strike rate, obtaining a percentage which is our strike rate efficiency. Same rules as above apply.
4. Wicket Taking Efficiency: In this, the bowling average and bowling strike rate are taken into consideration. Since both these parameters pertain to the wickets taken, they are compared to the match standards and a percentage is obtained. In essence it shows how often the bowler has lived up to his average and strike rate.
5. Bowling Consistency: This is a parameter which takes the bowling economy & bowling strike rate, again comparing it with the match standards. The percentage obtained is the bowler consistency.
6. Match Winning Contribution: This is the same as bowling consistency, but only the matches in which the particular bowler`s team won are taken into account.
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