Background This post what I think Mark Upton calls a fragment. It is my attempt to pull together some strands in a debate I need to explore. It is a debate about valuing people not pricing them. I have an apology to make at the outset. In a post written yesterday, I mentioned that I … Continue reading Price and Value as a Performance Analyst
Foreword I am delighted that the Clyde Street blog will host three guest posts written by Jamie Coles. I was introduced to Jamie during his undergraduate course at Cardiff Met. He is now a Masters student in performance analysis and is exploring practitioner effectiveness. I have followed Jamie’s work with great interest. One of the … Continue reading Jamie Coles Guest Post 1: What Makes the Perfect Sport Performance Analyst?
It has been a feast of delight this week on Clyde Street. I have been following up on the ideas shared by David Zeevi and his colleagues about personalisation and prediction. One part of the paper has stayed with me: Dietary interventions based on our predictor showed significant improvements in multiple aspects of glucose metabolism, … Continue reading Precision