Sports Analytics: Analysis, Visualisation and Decision Making in Sports Performance
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Employing an approach-based structure and integrating problem-based learning throughout the text, the book defines the difference between analytics and analysis and goes on to explain and illustrate methods including: Interactive visualisation; Simulation and modelling; Geospatial data analysis; Spatiotemporal analysis; Machine learning; Genomic data analysis; Social network analysis.
Jayal, A., McRobert, A., Oatley, G., O’Donoghue, P. (2018) Sports Analytics: Analysis, Visualisation and Decision Making in Sports Performance. London: Routledge
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