Over on F1DataJunkie, 2011 Season Review Doodles…

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Things have been a little quiet, post wise here, of late, in part because of the holiday season… but I have been posting notes on a couple of charts in progress over on the F1DataJunkie blog. Here are links to the posts in chronological order – they capture the evolution of the chart design(s) to date:

You can find a copy of the data I used to create the charts here: F1 2011 Year in Review spreadsheet.

I used R to generate the charts (scripts are provided and/or linked to from the posts, or included in the comments – I’ll tidy them and pop them into a proper Github repository if/when I get a chance), loading the data in to RStudio using this sort of call:


gsqAPI = function(key,query,gid=0){ return( read.csv( paste( sep="",'http://spreadsheets.google.com/tq?', 'tqx=out:csv','&tq=', curlEscape(query), '&key=', key, '&gid=', curlEscape(gid) ), na.strings = "null" ) ) }


qualiResults2011=gsqAPI(key,'select *',sheet)

If any other folk out there are interested in using R to wrangle with F1 data, either from 2011 or looking forward to 2012, let me know and maybe we could get a script collection going on Github:-)

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