Archive for Category: "Performance Analysis"
Are you really a Performance Analyst? This is something I have grappled with myself in different teams & situations. I also had a recent conversation with a couple of people on twitter on the problem with Video Editors v Performance Analysts. There are a lot of people and organisations who consider themselves as having or […]
Last week I received my Blackmagic H.264 Pro Recorder, for anybody who hasn’t come across this device before it is a Video Encoder. Effectively it takes a camera feed converts it (in this case to H.264, currently one of the most commonly used formats for the recording, compression, and distribution of high definition video) and provides […]
Back in early 2011 I formed a data analysis business here in Ireland. Although the national sports here (Gaelic Football & Hurling) are hugely popular, because of the amateur nature of the sports and the possible job prospects after university, very little academic research is ever conducted (or published). This is starting to change, but […]
An Experts Guide To Performance Analysis E-Book. Firstly you can get the Ebook by signing up on the right hand side of this page by clicking this link Since thevideoanalyst.com was founded in 2008 there have been over 150 articles and blogs published on the site. Many have stood the test of time (some have not) […]
This is a guest post by Will Jones, Prozone’s Head of Performance Analysis. Will is both an employee of the industry but also an employer, both internally for Prozone analysts, internships, placements & work experience students, but also for the clubs whom often ask Will to send on CVs, provide shortlists of students/potential analysts that he […]
Earlier this year I wrote quite a short piece questioning if all Coaches Should be Analysts. Despite its length ( or perhaps because of it), it proved to be quite a popular piece. Subsequently Mike Christie, Performance Intelligence and Analysis Advisor to Own The Podium (Canadian Sport), asked me would a write an extended version for their […]
This is by no means a definitive list – if you know of a course offering Performance Analysis please email email@example.com and this table can be updated.
At the beginning of March, Boston played host to the 7th Annual MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. The conference attracted analysts, team executives, sports journalists and many more from the sporting world. Having originally been based on discussing analysis and issues surrounding America’s favourite pastime, baseball, the conference has developed massively into a global sports […]
On Friday last the mainstream media ran a couple of articles, here and here, discussing the internships currently advertised by some Premier League Clubs. In one particular tweet David Conn tweeted a link to the jobs advertised on this site. If I can take that as a sample – it is startling the effect traditional […]
Andy Elleray has written a number of articles for this site so with the launch of his new book I thought we could do a quick catch up and find out all about it. RC: Writing a book is no small task – what made you want to do it in the first place? AE: […]