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The Soccer Analytics panel at the 2015 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference was not a waste of attendee’s time and I hope that future panels follow this year’s example. On the panel were the following: Michael Niemeyer (analysis coach for first and youth teams, FC Bayern Munich), Angus McNab (Opta Sports/PERFORM Group), Ravi Ramineni (performance […]
The MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference has always been more of a sports business conference through the years, but since 2010 the conference has had tracks in which presentations on various topics in sports analytics have been presented. This year the Research Paper competition returns to the SSAC, but this time with tracks for publications on Baseball, […]
Later this week, I will attend my fifth MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, which encompasses the transition of the conference from a one-day meeting of academics and sport insiders to a two-day cultural event on sports analytics and sports business. I have attended all of the conferences in which there was a dedicated panel […]
The presentation at the OptaPro Analytics Forum has just finished, and now it is time to display the slide deck to the public. You can see the slide deck below, with reformatted slides and an additional results slide. As I said yesterday, the objective of this talk is to present at a high level the objectives […]
As you might have noticed, I have not written much analytics content over the past month to five weeks. The reason is that I’ve been preparing for a talk that will be presented at the 2015 OptaPro Analytics Forum in London on Thursday. It’s been a lot of work, but presentation day is almost here. […]