DEMOS

Below are some demos of some of the projects I've worked on in my personal time. Some of these were born to quench a creative thirst for aids and applications. Some of these are intersections of two of my biggest interests: sports and information. All of these are projects I am constantly enjoying and improving.


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Sports Almanac

An aggregation of information from major sports leagues in the U.S. (NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, MLS). This is the evolution of a comprehensive Excel sheet into a more visually appealing Web-based application. Included for each league are pages for league standings and their respective playoff brackets. In leagues with smaller, weekly schedules (NFL & MLS) a schedule page is also accessible. The demo includes a completed season for each league. Full disclosure: when possible the sample season is one in which my favorite team won its championship. The demo does not include assets such as team imagery that are included in the local version.

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Languages: JavaScript, Python

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Virtual Trivia

This idea was born during the initial lockdowns of the COVID-19 pandemic. In lieu of the bar trivia my family and I would attend every week, I created an adaptation for us to play every week over video call. This way we could play with family and friends who otherwise could not normally attend trivia nights. The format is based off of Live Trivia as run by Challenge Entertainment in the Austin, TX area. The application is meant to be used as an aid for the host of the game, including displaying questions and tracking points recorded. This demo runs through one sample game with one set of questions.

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Languages: PHP, JavaScript

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Saints Uniform Tracker

I came up with the idea for this tool during casual discourse about the preferred pants color selection for the New Orleans Saints. I took data from as far back as 2006 and tracked jersey and pants color selections as well as peripheral information such as location, network, and opponent. The result is a tool to visualize the team's success wearing certain uniform combinations under varying circumstances. Images used are from Gridiron Uniform Database.

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Languages: JavaScript, Python

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Blaseball Advanced Stats

I became intrigued by Blaseball when the browser-based baseball simulation was introduced during the COVID-19 lockdowns (partially) as a way for fans to get their baseball fix while the MLB was out of commission. In Blaseball the fans gets to make most decisions about roster formation during the offseason. I thought it would be useful to evaluate player performances to identify areas for improvement or acquisition targets via quantifiable data (i.e. sabremetrics). This tool provides an easy way to look at all this information in one spot. This was my first real exercise in data wrangling and presentation.

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Languages: JavaScript, Python