VizTables: visually shows distance between teams in leagues

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  1. Blue Til Death

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    Stoke will be lucky if they get another 6.8 points, never mind 68..
     
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    I came to this thread hoping to find "two fat slags"
     
  3. Swordfish7

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    Our win at Newcastle made us mathematically safe from the drop.
     
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    The lads put a lot of work into that.
    Show some respect!
     
  5. the--dud

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    Update version 1.1

    The site will now automatically decide number of panels to show, depending on your screen width.

    I also added a couple more leagues.
     
  6. Metalartin

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    Quite interesting that in the top four leagues there's a ten point gap from first place to second apart from Italy where the top 2 are almost tied and then there's a big drop off(8 points). It's not just the PL that's seeing a one or two horse race this season.

    Despite how competitive we like to say the PL is, the pattern looks the most similar to La Liga this season, Bundesliga's pattern suggests a closer league(although 5 less games is quite significant) with lots of teams bunched together from 2nd to 11th. I suppose this is not a typical season in the prem though, or La Liga to be fair looking at Real's position.
     
  7. the--dud

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    Yeah, even if you look at the Norwegian league (which is finished now) it appears more competitive than the Premier League right now. Which is crazy because Rosenborg BK has won the Norwegian leauges 19 times in the last 26 years!

    To be fair though Bayern has dominated in Germany for ages. As have Barcelona and Real Madrid in Spain. The Premier League has usually been very competitive but not so much this year lol
     
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  9. mancity1

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    Its mathematically impossible to get relegated with 62 points.

    If you think about it you don't need to know too much about simple arithmetic to establish what the highest number of points you can possibly secure and still relegated
     
  10. BerkshireBlue

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    Good work.

    One bug the mobile version cuts off the table quite dramatically. Android phone
     

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