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The 2017 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference begins exactly a month from today. And once again the soccer analytics community will be stepping away from their computers to have a drink and attach human faces to virtual identities. The meetup location is in the same spot as in previous years: Thursday 2 March 7pm – 10pm […]
Yo soy aficionado de una multitud de deportes, entre ellos el críquet. Es un juego de bate y pelota que comparte algunos rasgos con el beísbol pero en realidad son primos distantes. En ese deporte, no es inusual que un bateador marca decenas o hasta cientos de carreras, así que es interesante averiguar cómo está marcándolas […]
I’ve been pretty quiet about this fact, but Soccermetrics — the analytics aspect of it — has always been a solo effort. I’ve gotten far enough along on projects by doing my own analysis and learning about other topics as needed, but I’ve reached a point where I’d like to be more efficient in my […]
In my previous post, I set up the math that explained the MLS draft pick valuation models. In this post I will address the second part of the post title — what decisions can be informed and what insights can be gained from the model results. Relative draft value has changed a lot since 1996Major […]
At this time last year I was reviewing a paper by Tim Swartz and his students on MLS draft pick valuation models. Much has happened since then, such a couple of presentations in Vancouver and Atlanta on my own research on draft valuations. With the MLS SuperDraft quickly approaching I’d like to summarize my work and […]