First the table of stats.
|Mean||Standard deviation||95% max||95% min|
The 95% min and max are the limits between which, statistically, 95% of results will form.
Now the graphs showing how shots are distributed within games. Firstly total shots
Then separating the performance of home and away teams
And finally a plot showing the how often home and away teams took at least a defined number of shots*
Yet again, home teams are seen to outperform their opponents which really isn’t a surprise.
*The way to read this plot is as follows. If, for example, you want to know how often a home team take 10 or more shots. Start by finding 10 on the x-axis and tracing straight up until you meet the line for the home team. Then trace from that spot directly left to the y-axis to find the frequency (the proportion of games where the home team takes 10 or more shots). Multiply the frequency (~0.75 in this case) by 100 and you have the probability as a percentage (~75%).