Sports Data Query Language (SDQL)
The Sports Data Query Language (SDQL) allows you to check past performance of sports teams in virtually any situation.
Click here to use the SDQL to explore MLB data.
Click here to use the SDQL to explore NFL data.
Click here to use the SDQL to explore NBA data.
Sports data are typically published online and in newspapers as box scores. Box scores contain a numerical view of a sporting event and are of interest for sports betting, fantasy sports player and stat-hungry fans. While box scores contain a wealth of information they are impractical for performing research.
The sports data query language gives easy access to box score data allowing users to ask questions such as How do the Cubs do after their starter got knocked out in the third? and How do team do after playing extra innings the night before?
KillerSports.com has published a quick two-page overview of the Sports Data Query Language. Click here to download.
Want to try it out? Go to SportsDataBase.com or KillerSports.com.
Want to find master SDQL handicappers? Go to KillerCappers.com