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Accesses DynastyProcess.com's database of fantasy football player IDs, which help connect nflverse to various other platforms and IDs.

Usage

load_ff_playerids()

Value

a dataframe of player IDs

See also

https://nflreadr.nflverse.com/articles/dictionary_ff_playerids.html for the web data dictionary

Issues with this data should be filed here: https://github.com/dynastyprocess/data

Examples

# \donttest{
try({ # prevents cran errors
load_ff_playerids()
})
#> ── nflverse (ffverse) player IDs ───────────────────────────────────────────────
#> # A tibble: 10,907 × 35
#>    mfl_id sportradar_id  fantasypros_id gsis_id pff_id sleeper_id nfl_id espn_id
#>    <chr>  <chr>          <chr>          <chr>   <chr>  <chr>      <chr>  <chr>  
#>  1 15691  d7f4a7fe-86b6… 23028          NA      NA     8164       NA     NA     
#>  2 15692  ef7ae1f1-4ebe… 22722          NA      NA     8160       NA     NA     
#>  3 15693  7d85e9c2-f464… 23045          NA      NA     8162       NA     NA     
#>  4 15694  55aefcf9-4dfb… 23499          NA      NA     8161       NA     NA     
#>  5 15695  NA             NA             NA      NA     NA         NA     NA     
#>  6 15696  14926860-abef… 24027          NA      NA     8157       NA     NA     
#>  7 15697  6bf35760-217c… 20080          NA      NA     8159       NA     NA     
#>  8 15698  d5aef708-ad61… 19797          NA      NA     8183       NA     NA     
#>  9 15699  5ba2c367-a293… 24170          NA      NA     8206       NA     NA     
#> 10 15700  NA             NA             NA      NA     NA         NA     NA     
#> # … with 10,897 more rows, and 27 more variables: yahoo_id <chr>,
#> #   fleaflicker_id <chr>, cbs_id <chr>, rotowire_id <chr>, rotoworld_id <chr>,
#> #   ktc_id <chr>, pfr_id <chr>, cfbref_id <chr>, stats_id <chr>,
#> #   stats_global_id <chr>, fantasy_data_id <chr>, swish_id <chr>, name <chr>,
#> #   merge_name <chr>, position <chr>, team <chr>, birthdate <date>, age <dbl>,
#> #   draft_year <int>, draft_round <int>, draft_pick <int>, draft_ovr <chr>,
#> #   twitter_username <chr>, height <int>, weight <int>, college <chr>, …
# }