A showcase of some of the best data analysis from across the web.
. @GarryGelade correlates spatial location of defensive activity with opponents' chances of scoring bit.ly/1pQn7HT. Anchor.
. @sofwannaim uses a Network Analysis approach to Australia's passing at the 2014 Hockey World Cup. bit.ly/1pQn7HT. Triangles.
An interview with #LFC Head of Opposition Analysis Chris Davies via @paul_tomkins. bit.ly/1tqu2wD. Prepare.
Insightful piece from @colinttrainor on analysing goalkeeping performance. bit.ly/1yeAU05. Repeatability.
We've written a blog for the @premierleague website, on last season's top PL passers: premierleague.com/en-gb/news/new…. Threaded.
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Garry Gelade explores how spatial location of defensive activity correlates with opponents' chances of scoring.
Sofwan Naim takes a Social Network Analysis (SNA) approach to understanding Australia's passing patterns at the 2014 Hockey World Cup.
Bob Pearce and Mihail Vladimirov interview Liverpool FC Head of Opposition Analysis, Chris Davies, for The Tomkins Times.
Colin Trainor analyses goalkeeper performance and the significance of 'repeatability' in evaluation.
Detailed Opta stats show Arsenal playmaker the most productive passer in the 2013/14 campaign
Colin Trainor creates a metric to look at the contribution of players to their teams' attacking play and looks at the players who contribute most.