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I’ve spent much of the last year studying draft and payroll data in Major League Soccer, from the founding days in 1996 to the present. I’m starting to get a picture of who plays and who doesn’t as well as the values attached to draft selections by future performance and the market. The second part is really […]
The MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference has made its call for papers for the 2017 conference.As has been the case since 2011, research paper selection is done in a two-round process. In the first round, applicants submit abstracts of their research. Those who pass through the initial cull are invited to submit full papers, from […]
I’ve written about the Joint Mathematics Meeting on this blog over the last four years. It is the largest mathematics conference in the world and draws researchers, educators, and other interested people on a full range of topics in mathematics and mathematics education and societal impact. One session of interest to the sports analytics community […]
Bill Gerrard is a professor of Sport Management and Finance at the Leeds University Business School and has spent decades on sport club valuation and the development of actionable sports analytics. He has worked with a number of professional football teams, branched out to baseball (and a partnership with Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane), and […]
On Friday the organizers of the Cascadia Symposium on Statistics in Sports (CASSIS) finalized the event schedule. Here it is: Here’s the program for the 2016 Cascadia Symposium on Statistics in Sports, held in Sept. https://t.co/Bqkk8ZYwGkpic.twitter.com/hfWQElU7Ke— Michael Lopez (@StatsbyLopez) July 15, 2016It looks to be an interesting conference covering a variety of sports with speakers […]