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Monthly Archives: March 2014
Have you ever thought that umpires are a bit too willing to call strikes when the count is 3-0? Or, perhaps, you’ve noticed that umpires rarely call strikes when the count is 0-2? In this very clear paper, Etan Green … Continue reading
I chose to attend this because it featured Nate Silver. I am anxiously awaiting the new fivethiryeight.com, and hoped that some spoilers/ previews would leak out form the conversation: No dice. This was one of the only sports panels I … Continue reading
This debate/ panel discussion was one of the highlights of the conference for me. Both were wickedly bright, thoughtful authors who fleshed out compelling arguments for their side. As many readers of Malcolm Gladwell know, he is known best for … Continue reading
MY take on the session: I was grateful that there was at least some interest in thinking about how to teach sports analytics. The field is extremely new in academia, and currently has no real “core:” It’s a multidisciplinary field; … Continue reading