In the first of a two-part series, I revisit the Soccer Analytics forum at this year’s MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference.
As most of you found out this afternoon, I wasn’t able to liveblog the Soccer Analytics panel on the site because of connectivity issues in the main venue. I did take notes of the discussions in the Soccer Analytics panel and I’m reproducing them here.
For what it’s worth, I finally got online and the Soccer Analytics panel is three-quarters gone. I am adding the summary later, but I’ll liveblog the remainder, for what it’s worth.
In the last post of the multi-part preview of the 2013 MIT SSAC, I look at the panel for the Soccer Analytics forum.
Continuing the multi-part preview of the 2013 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, I look at the Evolution of Sport session for a soccer analytics perspective.
In the first of a multi-part preview of the 2013 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, I take a look at the eight finalists of the Research Paper Competition.
Tom Markham has done some insightful research on manager sackings in the English game. We talk to him about his various research projects in our Soccermetrics Interview series.
We are proud to announce the initial release of ResultsPage, our first web application that uses Soccermetrics APIs to serve league results and tables.
In this post, I revisit front-office efficiency from the 2012 MLS season and introduce player availability to the metric.
We receive a number of enquiries from people who are interested in working with us, even if we have no job postings on the site. Here’s some advice on how best to get our attention.