4 New Features on MTG Analytics

August 5, 2013 | Posted by Dee

I added four new features on MTG Analytics that I think you’ll find useful.

First, I partnered with TCGplayer to gain access to their pricing data. You can now see the card prices and total decklist price on the decklist pages (example). To calculate the total decklist price, I use TCGplayer’s average card price. If you click “Price Breakdown View”, you’ll see a list of all the average card prices of the decklist (example).

Second, I used the TCGplayer prices to create an average decklist price for each archetype. Check it out.

Third, you can see the average card quantity for each archetype. For example, currently Jund Midrange plays 2.90 main deck copies of Scavenging Ooze and 3.78 main deck copies of Bonfire of the Damned. To see this data for other archetypes, click the bar chart icon next to the archetype name on the deck metagame page.

Fourth, I added the card metagame. This feature shows you which cards are seeing the most play. Learn more about the card metagame by visiting the about page.

2 Responses to “4 New Features on MTG Analytics”

  1. thg on August 6th, 2013 8:41 am

    Cool stuff!

    A couple questions: 1) How can I look at decks in recent blog posts in the cost format (like this http://mtganalytics.net/decks/id/934 but for Kibler’s deck, for instance); and 2) instead of linking individual cards to TCG, could you link a whole deck (I think there is a way to put a whole deck into TCG at once)?

  2. Dee on August 6th, 2013 4:27 pm


    Those two things you mentioned are upcoming features. I’m not sure when they’ll be done but it will probably take a while. I just got a new job so I can’t spend as much time on MTG Analytics as before.