#MFL10 Live App

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ADP Risers

ADP Fallers

How it works

This tab displays #MFL10 ADP data for filtered positions past the 'After Date' filter on the left-hand column. It will also allow you to filter ADP data by a minimum number of required drafts. Why is this important? In short, it allows you to filter outliers from your data set in smaller sample sizes.

ADP Distro Filters

How it works

This tab displays visual #MFL10 ADP data for players selected in the left-hand column. You can narrow down the player list with the position filter.

After selecting the desired players, click the Go! button. ADP data (a table & plot) will render quickly.

The red line aligns with the player's current ADP. The dark blue shaded region represents one standard deviation (sd) from ADP, which equates to roughly 68% of that player's total selections. The light blue shaded region represents two standard devations from ADP, which equates to roughly 95% of that player's total selections.

Want to copy or save the rendered plot? Simply right-click! Plots are rendered as PNG, and ready-made for blog posts, Twitter, or other formats.

ADP Evolution Filters

What is ADP Evolution?

ADP Evolution displays ADP & draft distribution growth (evolution, if you will) over a period of time.

How it works

This tab displays visual #MFL10 ADP Evolution data for players selected in the left-hand column. You can narrow down the player list with the position filter.

After selecting the desired players, click the Go! button. ADP data (table & plot) will render in a few seconds.

The black line represents with the player's ADP as drafts progress. The grey lines represent one & two standard deviations (sd) from ADP at the most recent date in your filter, and signify roughly 68% and 95% of that player's total selections, respectively.

Want to copy or save the rendered plot? Simply right-click! Plots are rendered as GIF, and ready-made for blog posts, Twitter, or other formats.

League Filters
Current Pick
Target Pick
ADP Filters
Viz Filters
Player Filter

What is Draft Probability?

Draft Probability shows you the chances of a player being available at a future draft pick.

How it works

This tab displays probability data (Z) based on options you choose in the left-hand column for Target Round/Pick & Position. You can further refine your search by limiting ADP and/or setting the minimum chance of availability.

After selecting the desired players, click the Go! button. ADP & Probability data will render quickly.

The ADP Data tab displays general ADP data for the selected filters, similar to the ADP Data tab. The Set Probability tab will combine the Z percentages for each chosen player, perform some calculations, and present you with the chance of one or more players being available at the future draft pick.

Want to copy or save the rendered plot? Simply right-click! Plots are rendered as PNG, and ready-made for blog posts, Twitter, or other formats.

Player Popularity Filters
Current Pick
Target Pick
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How it works

This tab displays visual #MFL10 draft data for a given pick range and date range, which you set in the left-hand column.

After selecting your desired pick range and date range, click the Go! button. ADP data (a table & plot) will render quickly.

You can sort the plot three different ways: ADP rank (lowest to highest), number of picks in the screen (highest to lowest), or percentage of a player's total picks in the screen (highest to lowest). You can also toggle whether each position is colored individually, or if all bars are the same color.

Would you like to change the dates, the pick range, or the sort? Simply make the changes and click the Go! button once you're ready to re-screen the data.

Want to copy or save the rendered plot? Simply right-click! Plots are rendered as PNG, and ready-made for blog posts, Twitter, or other formats.

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