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The 2015 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference is a month away, but it’s not too early to start thinking about the pre-Conference meetup and drinkup for soccer analysts and aficionados attending. The SSAC is at a different location this year but the drinkup location is the same as in previous years: Thursday 26 February 7pm […]
A couple of months ago, OptaPro — Opta Sports’ professional services branch — announced a call for proposals for its Analytics Forum in early February. Over 100 proposals were submitted, including a couple of mine. I am pleased to announce that one of my proposals was one of ten accepted for presentation at the Forum — […]
A few months ago, I was trying to convince myself that attending this year’s Sloan Sports Analytics Conference was still worth the money, and after writing down the specific features of the conference I was able to do so. In the meantime, tickets for the Conference were selling at such a rate that the event […]
The theory and practice of sports analytics has grown exponentially over the last eight to ten years, and a number of conferences, symposia, and journals have formed to fill the demand for an exchange of information. I found out about one such journal that launched very recently called the Journal of Sports Analytics. The JSA was founded […]
Continuing from my previous post, I present the impact of Japan’s second-division clubs on the amount of effective playing time relative to the average in J-League Division Two (J2). Here’s some summary data on playing time in J2: The mean effective playing time in J2 during the 2014 season was 52 minutes 30 seconds. This […]