Season-Wise Performance Analysis of the Gujarat Giants Team in the Pro Kabaddi League

Published: 27 November 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/8pn8sd64bf.1
Ragini Adhikari


For the purpose of doing an appropriate analysis, this is a collection of data that was gathered from open source on the official website of the Pro Kabaddi League and sorted appropriately. We hypothesised that the Gujarat Giants team's performance in the Men's Pro Kabaddi League would undergo a significant change from the fifth season to the first season. Because of this, it is quite probable that all of the Kabaddi game's performance parameters, including total raids, successful raids, raid points, and raid success percentage, as well as total tackles, successful tackles, tackle points, and tackle success rate, will change from one season to the next. Simply said, the data is described in terms of scores or the points that were obtained. Information of a fundamental nature, such as the number of times the team has won, lost, or tied, has also been provided.


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The following is a compilation of data that was obtained from open sources on the official website of the Pro Kabaddi League and then sorted for the purpose of doing proper analysis. The statistical analysis was carried out with the assistance of SPSS Statistics version 27, which was produced by IBM Corporation in Armonk, New York, United States of America. Least Significant Difference (LSD) was utilised in conjunction with an Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) to do the analysis on the data. In order to determine whether or not there was a statistically significant difference in the means of performance scores over the course of multiple seasons, the Post-Hoc Test was evaluated. After determining the individual scores based on the performance requirements of each season, the first step was to map out the overall status of the squad. And then to analyse each performance parameter in terms of attacking and defending skills. This was done across all of the seasons.


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