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The modernization of the Soccermetrics data models continues. Early this morning I made a soft release of the Marcotti repository on GitHub, and I’d like to write a few words about that now.Marcotti is a snazzier name for what used to be called FMRD — the Football Match Result Database. This is the original data […]
Last month I gave a progress report on analytics projects and software under development. Today I’m pleased to announce that Marcotti-Light — the light version of Soccermetrics’ match database schemas — has been open-sourced on GitHub.Marcotti-Light is used to create databases that track full-time scorelines in all types of competitions and matches that involve either […]
With the end of the 2015 MLS regular season, it is time to generate a new edition of the Front-Office Efficiency table. As with last year, the table will be displayed as an infographic on this page and the Soccermetrics SlideShare page, and as twenty individual panels on the Soccermetrics Twitter feed.The calculation of the […]
The 2015 Major League Soccer regular season concluded last Sunday. It’s time to engage in that exercise in humility in which I look back at projections made at the start of the season and assess them.Here is what was projected at the beginning of the season – first by conference:And then the single table:The final […]
About a month or so ago on Twitter, I wrote that it was past time for me to provide an update on some ongoing projects. Unfortunately that will have to wait a while as some projects have been submitted as proposals to the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference and the OptaPro Analytics Forum. I know […]