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Link to Google Sheets Spreadsheet
The spreadsheet above ranks ceiling/floor values for each position in the 2019 season. For those interested, the above spreadsheet was generated using the code below and 2019 weekly data available in our "Data Sets" page.
The code generates a range of values a player could have been expected to score within with 95% confidence. Players with a larger range are considered more "boom or bust", and those players with a lower range were more consistent and thus easier to predict throughout the season. The "low" columns represents a player's floor. The higher that column value, the higher a player's floor was throughout the season. Likewise, the "high" column represents a player's ceiling.
Link to Google Colab notebook