Nice post on SI.com mentioning StatDNA from yesterday.
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There has been a great deal of hubbub surrounding Swansea City Football Club lately. The Welsh team sits a comfortable 9 points above the relegation zone whose confines they were widely tipped to finish within. Now they are media darlings, champi… Read more ›
A nice case study written up about us in SportsPro’s March edition, attached in PDF format.
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“We had so many chances in the game, so many opportunities to get a shot on target. I was starting to wonder if it was going to be one of those days.” — Manchester United’s Michael Carrick, after his side’s 2-0 victory away to QPR in December
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I read a tweet a few weeks ago from a Liverpool fan about how opposing goalkeepers always seem to play their best match against Liverpool, and citing the fact that five opposing goalkeepers had been selected Man of the Match this season. S… Read more ›
StatDNA is very excited to announce that onfooty.com’s Sarah Rudd has joined us as Vice President, Analytics and Software Development. We couldn’t think of a better addition to our team, Sarah’s obviously well known for her soccer analytics acu… Read more ›
This is the final guest post from the research competition and was submitted by Eric Parziale, an undergraduate student and Dr. Philip Yates, a faculty member, both from the Department of Mathematics at the St. Michael’s College in Colchester… Read more ›
The following guest post is from Andres G. Abad, Ph. D of the Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral (ESPOL), Ecuador.
Soccer, just like any other interesting game, is a game of possibilities. More specifically, it is a gam… Read more ›
This guest post if from StatDNA Soccer Analytics Research Competition Winner Sarah Rudd. Sarah blogs regularly on her soccer and statistics work on the On Football blog and is an employee of Microsoft.
Charlie Adam, a fantastic player who,… Read more ›
The following guest post is the third from our research competition and is based on the research of Justin Yates and Sergiy Butenko, professors in Texas A&M’s Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
With this research, we wanted to … Read more ›