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Performance and Analytic Narratives

I have continued thinking about performance issues raised by Craig Duncan (link), Dave Reddin and Tony Strudwick (link).

Microcontent: narratives and attention

How do online courses engage learners? Alan Levine explores this issue in...
Robin at the Graduate Office at UC handing in his thesis

Robin Poke’s PhD Submission: A Narrative History of Australian Rowing

Robing Poke submitted his PhD thesis for examination today at the University of Canberra. It is the culmination of six years assiduous research that...

Data and coherent narratives

Peter Killeen (2018), in a paper that discusses the futures of experimental analysis of behavior, observes "we must learn that data have little value...

An Introduction to Analytic Narratives for Coaches and Students

Background I received an alert to a paper today that has sent me off to revisit Donald Polkinghorne's and Philippe Mongin's discussion of narrative and...

Entangled narratives: sport performance analysis and sport performance analytics

Introduction This post explores the stories about data we share in sport performance analysis and sport performance analytics. It is an attempt to think aloud...

Narration and Narrative Form 02

This is a brief follow up post to some ideas I shared earlier this week in my Narration and Narrative Form post. My Paper.Li aggregator...

Narration and Narrative Form

I received a Twitter alert overnight from Darrell Cobner (@CPAUWIC) https://twitter.com/CPAUWIC/status/381782446309916672 Darrell and I have been exchanging ideas about performance analysis as story...

Produsing Historical Narratives

Yesterday, I wrote a post about my presentation to this year’s Sporting Traditions XIX Conference in Canberra. I have a SlideCast to share today (approximately...

Controlling the Narrative (Part 2) #Armstrong

The second part of the Oprah Winfrey interview with Lance Armstrong was televised this afternoon on the Discovery Channel. I am relieved that this part...