ESPN Crincinfo is the best site for cricket data (you can see an earlier detailed post on the database here https://decisionstats.com/2012/04/07/cricinfo-statsguru-database-for-statistical-and-graphical-analysis/ ), and using the XML package in R we can easily scrape and manipulate data
Here is the code.
library(XML) url="http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/stats/index.html?class=1;team=6;template=results;type=batting" #Note I can also break the url string and use paste command to modify this url with parameters tables=readHTMLTable(url) tables$"Overall figures" #Now see this- since I only got 50 results in each page, I look at the url of next page table1=tables$"Overall figures" url="http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/stats/index.html?class=1;page=2;team=6;template=results;type=batting" tables=readHTMLTable(url) table2=tables$"Overall figures" #Now I need to join these two tables vertically table3=rbind(table1,table2) Note-I can also automate the web scraping . Now the data is within R, we can use something like Deducer to visualize.
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