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How I Built an Interactive Dashboard Web App to Visualize Boxing Data

by Emmanuel Sibanda11mNovember 27th, 2019
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For one of my Capstone projects I decided to build a web app that would show the end user probabilities of different fight outcomes depending on the fighters selected. I acquired a list of 3843 boxers, each with a URL to their profile. I was particularly interested in win rates between different age groups and fighting stances. I also wanted to get a clear view of the amount of wins boxers in my dataset had attained. I wanted to build an interactive dashboard with visualizations related to my questions. The interactivity would allow me to use one’s weight class/division and gender as filters tailoring the visualizations.

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