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ESPN Fantasy Football API

Using ESPN's Fantasy Football private API, this package interfaces with ESPN Fantasy Football to gather data from any public league. A good way to mine data without webscraping for data manipulation projects.

Getting Started

These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.

Installing

With pip:

pip3 install espnff

With Git:

git clone https://github.com/rbarton65/espnff

cd espnff

python3 setup.py install

Basic Usage

This gives an overview of all the features of espnff

Downloading a public league

>>> from espnff import League
>>> league_id = 123456
>>> year = 2016
>>> league = League(league_id, year)
>>> league
League 123456, 2016 Season

Viewing teams in a public league

>>> from espnff import League
>>> league_id = 123456
>>> year = 2016
>>> league = League(league_id, year)
>>> league.teams
[Team(Team 1), Team(Team 2), Team(Team 3), Team(Team 4),
Team(Team 5), Team(Team 6), Team(Team 7), Team(Team 8)]
>>> team1 = league.teams[0]
>>> team1
Team(Team 1)

Viewing data for specific team

>>> league.teams
[Team(Team 1), Team(Team 2), Team(Team 3), Team(Team 4),
Team(Team 5), Team(Team 6), Team(Team 7), Team(Team 8)]
>>> team1 = league.teams[0]
>>> team1.team_id
1
>>> team1.team_name
Team 1
>>> team1.team_abbrev
T1
>>> team1.owner
Roger Goodell
>>> team1.division_id
0
>>> team1.division_name
Division 1
>>> team1.wins
5
>>> team1.losses
1
>>> team1.points_for
734.69
>>> team1.points_against
561.15
>>> team1.schedule
[Team(Team 2), Team(Team 3), Team(Team 4), Team(Team 5), Team(Team 6), Team(Team 7), Team(Team 8),
Team(Team 2), Team(Team 3), Team(Team 4), Team(Team 5), Team(Team 6), Team(Team 7), Team(Team 8)
>>> team1.scores
[135.5, 126.38, 129.53, 126.65, 114.81, 101.82, 1.15, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0]
>>> team1.mov
[32.12, 24.92, 45.97, 34.17, 41.74, -5.39, 1.15, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0]

Viewing league settings

>>> from espnff import League
>>> league_id = 123456
>>> year = 2016
>>> league = League(league_id, year)
>>> settings = league.settings
>>> settings
'Settings(League Name)'
>>> settings.reg_season_count
14
>>> self.final_season_count
16
>>> settings.undroppable_list
true
>>> settings.veto_votes_required
4
>>> settings.team_count
8
>>> settings.playoff_team_count
4
>>> settings.id
123456
>>> settings.keeper_count
3
>>> settings.tie_rule
'Most Bench Points'
>>> settings.playoff_seed_tie_rule
'Head to Head Record'
>>> settings.roster
{'RB/WR/TE': 1, 'BE': 7, 'QB': 1, 'D/ST': 1, 'RB': 2, 'TE': 1, 'K': 1, 'WR': 2}
>>> settings.trade_deadline
2016-11-16T17:00:00.000Z
>>> settings.name
League Name
>>> settings.status
playoffs
>>> settings.year
2016
>>> settings.server_date
2016-12-08T21:06:53.087Z

Viewing power rankings

>>> from espnff import League
>>> league_id = 123456
>>> year = 2016
>>> league = League(league_id, year)
>>> league.power_rankings(week=5)
[('31.85', Team(Team 1)), ('25.60', Team(Team 3)), ('25.60', Team(Team 6)), ('22.45', Team(Team 2)),
('20.70', Team(Team 8)), ('18.20', Team(Team 7)), ('18.20', Team(Team 4)), ('18.10', Team(Team 5))]

Viewing scoreboard

>>> from espnff import League
>>> league_id = 123456
>>> year = 2016
>>> league = League(league_id, year)
>>> league.scoreboard() # grab current week
["Matchup(Team(Team 2), Team(Team 7))", "Matchup(Team(Team 1), Team(Team 11))",
"Matchup(Team(Team 6), Team(Team 9))", "Matchup(Team(Team 12), Team(Team 4))",
"Matchup(Team(Team 10), Team(Team 3))", "Matchup(Team(Team 8), Team(Team 5))"]
>>> scoreboard = league.scoreboard(week=12) # define week
>>> scoreboard
["Matchup(Team(Team 2), Team(Team 7))", "Matchup(Team(Team 1), Team(Team 11))",
"Matchup(Team(Team 6), Team(Team 9))", "Matchup(Team(Team 12), Team(Team 4))",
"Matchup(Team(Team 10), Team(Team 3))", "Matchup(Team(Team 8), Team(Team 5))"]
>>> matchup = scoreboard[1]
>>> matchup
"Matchup(Team(Team 1), Team(Team 11))"
>>> matchup.home_team
"Team(Team 1)"
>>> matchup.home_score
7.05
>>> matchup.away_team
"Team(Team 11)"
>>> matchup.away_score
45.85

Running the tests

Automated tests for this package are included in the tests directory. After installation, you can run these tests by changing the directory to the espnff directory and running the following:

python3 setup.py test

Versioning

This library uses SemVer for versioning. For available versions, see the tags on this repository