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The Fields Institute at the University of Toronto is organizing a two-day Fields Sports Analytics Workshop in about two months’ time — 24-25 May. The objective of the conference will be to disseminate current methods, practices, and research in sports analytics, and in particular the role of advanced techniques in mathematics, statistics, and computer science.The […]
On May 7 and 8 there will be a Conference on Predictive Inference and its Applications at Iowa State University. Predictive inference, as best as I understand it, is different from more traditional views of statistical inference in that while most inference seeks to predict model parameters, which are then used to predict the future, […]
In my most recent post, I presented some technical adjustments to my Expected Saves model which resulted in much more interesting (and meaningful) results than the previous version. Last August I used the previous version of the model to evaluate goalkeeper performance in last season’s Primera División. I’m anxious to see how the findings change […]
Last August, I wrote something about my expected saves model and used it to assess goalkeeper performance in Argentina’s Primera División. To be honest, I was deeply unsatisfied with the model. It yielded a very optimistic expectation of saves made and as a result the expected goals allowed was extremely low. Every goalkeeper in the list […]
The Major League Soccer panel at the 2018 SSAC was organized at very short notice, but the discussions over the fifty-minute session were engaging and helped to illuminate the tension between analytics research and practice at MLS’ member clubs.This year’s panel was made up of MLS performance and data analysts from the last two league […]