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One of the applications of match event data is to compare the reported pre-match formation of a team with the formation indicated by their on-field involvements. Many analysts who work with such data have created maps of player positions and passing networks, so the following plots are hardly original, but I did want to see […]
I know that I have a reputation of being hard to please when it comes to the Soccer Analytics panel, so I’ll just come out and say what I thought of today’s event.It did not suck.Not only that, this was the best Soccer Analytics panel in the history of the SSAC.I know that for some, that […]
Hello from Boston, where I’ve been covering the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. It’s time for the Soccer Analytics panel and I’m cautiously optimistic about its prospects.Here’s how the session went down. These are paraphrased comments and they’re created during the moment, so 100% coverage and accuracy are not guaranteed. The panelists:Hendrik Almstadt Daniel Stenz […]
The Soccer Analytics panel at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference has been hit-or-miss since it was included in 2011, but the organizers have made an effort to improve the quality of the panel with better selection of the facilitator and panelists. In my opinion they’ve continued to make positive progress with this year’s panel.Returning […]
A couple of nights ago I gave a preview of the SSAC Research Paper competition. I’ve meant to give a preview of the Research Poster competition in previous years but didn’t follow through. I’m following through this year.The Research Posters presented at SSAC are works that advanced to the second round of the Research Paper […]