Use get_squiggle_data to access the Squiggle API. See instructions at

get_squiggle_data(query = c("sources", "games", "tips", "ladder",
  "standings"), ...)



A text string. The main query to use with the API. Must be one of sources, games, tips, ladder or standings


(optional) An optional argument provided to the Squiggle API. See details for more info.


A dataframe, with the resultant data that matches the query specified in query, as well as any optional filters.


The optional arguments to squiggle can be one of the following.


  • year: an integer specifying the year to return data from, e.g. year = 2018

  • round: an integer specifying the round to return data from, e.g. round = 12

  • game: an integer specifying the game ID to return data from, e.g. game = 10

  • source: an integer specifying the ID of the source to return data from, e.g. source = 1

For full instructions, see


# Return a list of the sources, with ID's sources <- get_squiggle_data("sources")
#> Getting data from
# Get tips for Round 1, 2018 tips <- get_squiggle_data(query = "tips", round = 1, year = 2018)
#> Getting data from;round=1;year=2018
# Get tips from Squiggle squiggle <- get_squiggle_data(query = "tips", source = 1)
#> Getting data from;source=1