There are multiple options for individuals who are looking to subscribe to the DataHub Pro. Details on each option is found below:
All of these options can be found by going to store.sportsinfosolutions.com and signing into your DataHub Pro account.
If you have any additional questions on pricing or other products we offer, including inquiries from Pro or College Teams, media, or other enterprises, please email email@example.com
Our data collection process is the most rigorous in the industry. We start with a meticulous Video Scout hiring process, all of whom have a demonstrated background in football, many as former players or team managers. They go through football knowledge tests as well as multiple levels of interviews.
Once the class of Video Scouts is brought in, they go through a multi-week training session to learn our charting process, practice using our proprietary software, and receive feedback from senior staff members.
Each game goes through multiple rounds of both automated and manual data quality audits performed by senior staff. We take data accuracy very seriously.
The DataHub Pro does supply playoff data. It is accessible through selecting the "Include Playoffs?" checkbox under the Time Filters.
This depends on the type of subscription you have:
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If you are interested in more in-depth data or something you can’t find using the DataHub Pro, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with whatever you are looking for. Someone will be in touch with all of your options!
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This depends on your subscription type. There are multiple options to choose from when deciding to subscribe to the DataHub Pro. From monthly and annual options, to NFL, College, or both! Please see question 1 for a more in-depth explanation of this.
Cancelling your subscription is very simple. All you have to do is email email@example.com with your name and account information, and we’ll take care of the rest! Your subscription will end at the conclusion of the current subscription month.
If you’re having technical issues, have a question about the site or our data, or have anything else that you need help with, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will reach out to help.
Leaderboards are all downloadable! All you have to do is click the “Download” button at the top left of each leaderboard. This will download the leaderboard as a CSV that you can easily open in Excel or load into a statistical software like R!
Our data is also available to be delivered via API (just like the API that powers the DataHub). If you’re interested in learning more about our API and how to utilize it, please email email@example.com for more information.
All you have to do is make sure the “All” option is deselected. This will allow you to select from the various options in the list.
Don’t worry, this is normal! Trial accounts only return top 20 leaderboards. For access to larger leaderboards, purchase a subscription (see question 1) and you will see the top 200 players in each leaderboard!
There are 5 different filter types that you can apply to any query. Details on each filter type can be found below:
When this happens, it usually means that you’ll need to clear your internet browser’s cache. This is done differently depending on the browser you are using. Searching on Google for your browser and how to clear the cache is the easiest way to fix this problem.
If this does not fix your problem, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance.
You can use this filter to choose where on the field you would like to conduct your research. When looking at offensive stats, the “Own” option will be for plays that started on the offense’s side of the field, while the “Opposite” option will be on the defense’s side of the field.
To find Red Zone stats, select Opposite 20 to Opposite 0. This will return stats from plays that started between the opponent’s 20 and their endzone.
You can select the different coverage types from the “Advanced Filters” section. This allows you to see what coverages WRs and QBs excel playing against, and the coverages DBs excel playing in.
Typical Man Coverages include: Cover 0, Cover 1, and Man Cover 2.
Typical Zone Coverages include: Cover 2, Cover 3, Cover 4, and Cover 6.