Game Data Analysis - Should be a simple question


#1

I have what should be a simple question.

How can you get a list of all the games you played in this year?

I know you can use the api from the blue alliance to grab the data, but I am wondering if there is a simpler way.

At this point this is an end-point. I just need a list of the events/games that my team participated in this past year (2018pnw).

Let’s see what people come up with.


#2

Why not use the TBA API? It is very simple to use.


#3

What format do you need the list in?

https://www.thebluealliance.com/team/997 does seem to have a nice human readable list that I think fits your criteria?

Some creative copy-paste could get it into an easier-to-use format.


#4

I know OP asked for alternatives, but I think this is really the simplest answer.

To prove it, I ran an experiment. I have never accessed the blue alliance API before.

I created a profile, an auth key and retrieved my team’s events within 15 minutes following only TBA online instructions.

I used https://apitester.com/ to do it all online, without writing a single line of code

Querey URL:
https://www.thebluealliance.com/api/v3/team/frc1736/matches/2018/simple

TBA then dumped a bunch of JSON containing info about every match we were in this year.

OP - can you clarify what " simpler way " means to you?


#5

http://frclinks.com/t/997

Event/team specific details, including each event match, awards won, and district ranking:
https://frc-events.firstinspires.org/2018/team/997


#6

I don’t know of a way to automate this, but I’m 2018pnw, 997 only played one game: Power Up


#7

Big if true.