Having featured radars heavily in the previous few posts, they received very positive feedback. So I’ve put a bit of effort in, and now have much more accurate data that gives values I’m happy with.
One of the main pieces of feedback was that it was too easy to reach the outer boundary of each stat. I’ve tried to rectify this somewhat whilst still keeping with the initial data collection methods.
Each boundary represents [roughly] 5%/95% of the total population. This was previously the top three leagues in Europe, but it now contains two seasons worth of the top six leagues.
Old vs new example: Jay Rodriguez, 2015-16:
Whilst that not seem like a massive difference, it really is. The first radar suggests Rodriguez is world class, whereas the new values signify that he’s a good player who had a really good season.
Old vs new example: Morgan Schneiderlin, 2015-16:
Similar changes here: previously very good, now good.
How to make them
1. Go here: http://kyleboddy.com/radars/radars.html
2. Click the template you want (either DM/CM or AM/FW)
3. Make the stat names and min/max values the same as mine.
More to come from my Southampton save shortly.
If you do use these, please do let me know. I’m more than happy to share any changes I make to them publicly, but if no-one’s interested then I just won’t bother. Ta.