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Grandmothers and Godmothers in analysis and analytics

The other day, I noticed this enigmatic tweet from Namita Nandakumar (link):

Godmothers of Performance Analysis (2)

Background Last week, I wrote an introductory post about the godmothers of performance analysis. In this post I present the work of Pauline Hodgson, Anna Espenschade...

Godmothers of Performance Analysis (1)

I read Eleanor Dellaway's report of an interview with Stafford Murray earlier this week. In it, Stafford refers to the inspiration he received from "the...

Anna Espenschade: notating and analysing field hockey in 1936

Introduction Anna Espenschade is rarely mentioned in the discussion of performance analysis in field hockey. I have reported her work in Clyde Street posts but in...

Pattern Recognition

Thank you for finding this page. I concluded the MailChimp email with this observation: ... the more we know about informatics and analytics processes, the more...

Celia

Earlier this week, at the Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards, Celia Brackenridge received a lifetime achievement award in recognition of her services...

Gender Divided

Introduction Jocelyn Mara, a colleague at the University of Canberra, is receiving her PhD this week in a ceremony at New Parliament House, Canberra. Jocelyn's thesis...

Distances traversed in women’s basketball: then and now

Introduction Earlier this year, Aaron Scanlan and his colleagues (2015) reported on the game demands of women's (and men's) semiprofessional basketball game play. Their bibliography includes...