PLAYER ENCODER - sql query
- The file I have uploaded should help those people who
write about players, and would like to insert a link
to their favorite stats site (br-com, retrosheet, BP,
baseball-almanac) pointing to that player.
Just create an Access query, and this sql will
generate the HTML code for any player (the a href tag,
the player's name, and the closing tag) that you can
insert into your document.
I only tested it with Hank Aaron, and I hope I used
the correct ID fields for each of the 4 websites. If
I made an error, then whoever is responsible for those
sites, let me know, and I'll correct it with the
proper ID field.
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> File : /onlineDBlist.txt
> Uploaded by : tangotiger <tmasc@...>
> Description : SQL query that will generate the
> HTML text to link to players on b-r.com, retrosheet,
> BP, and baseball-almanac.
> You can access this file at the URL
> To learn more about file sharing for your group,
> please visit
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File : /socialMedia_master.csv
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Description : Twitter account names for 2014 rosters
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