RosterBot teams are able to use the Statistics feature to create, log and track as many statistical categories as they like using both the Statistics page and their team's Post-Event Reports.
First, a manager must create the categories of statistics your team would like to record at both a team and player level.
Begin setting your team's stat categories by selecting the 'Statistics' tab on the navigation bar.
Next, click the 'Actions' button >> 'Edit Team Stat Categories'
From here you will create the types of statistics your team would like to track. Commonly used statistical categories for teams are Wins, Losses, Ties & Overtime Losses and these are pre-populated into the feature. If you would like to track other statistics, or create your own, select 'Other' and then set the name, abbreviation and the type of stat this is (either a total or an average of all your events).
Above, we have created an 'Other' option called Overtime Win, with the abbreviation OTW and it's a 'total' statistic, rather than an average.
Now that you have created your Statistical Categories, you can then begin recording your team's statistics.
To record your team's statistics, click the 'Actions' button >> 'Edit Team Stats'
From here you can begin recording your team's Wins, Losses, Ties, or other types of statistics. You will first select the Statistical Category (ex. a Win), the event which you recorded this Win, how many 'Wins' you had that event and finalize this recording by clicking 'Add'.
Here we've added a Win which occurred on November 14th, for a value of 1.
You will then see your win recorded below in the 'Team Statistics History' section.
Like Team Categories, you must first create the type of statistical category you would like to keep track of for your team. Common categories are Goals, Assists, Points, Penalties/Fouls, etc.
To create your Player Categories, you will need to click the 'Actions' button >> 'Edit Player Stat Categories'
Next, begin creating the type of statistics your team's players would like to keep track of. Input the name of the stat, its abbreviation, whether this is a total or average based stat, and finally which positions this stat can be applied to.
We've created a stat for Rebounds here. Its abbreviation is RB, it is recorded as a total stat and by not selecting a specific player type, a rebound can be recorded by any player on my team.
Once you have created all the Player Statistical Categories, it's time to record your player's stats.
To record your players' statistics click the 'Actions' button >> 'Edit Player Stats'
Next, select the Player, Statistic Category, Value of that stat and the date and click 'Add'.
Here we've recorded George Fitz had 3 rebounds during the November 14th event.
As your team continues to play games and events, the best way to update your stats is via the Post-Event Report where you can more quickly input all your statistics at one time.