This is my fourth post about Valeij and his coaching career. The posts combine three of my passions: coaching; analysis and analytics; life history.https://keithlyons.me/blog/2017/11/14/valerij-anatolij-and-dynamo-kyivs-golden-years/
#cssia17 resources (11 August): Seventeen Ways to Map Data in Kaggle Kernels: Tutorials for Python and R Users http://blog.kaggle.com/2016/11/30/seventeen-ways-to-map-data-in-kaggle-kernels/; Kobe Bryant shot selection https://www.kaggle.com/arjoonn/preliminary-exploration; exploring incident data https://www.kaggle.com/njitram/exploring-the-incident-data; Tidy time series analysis (1) http://www.business-science.io/timeseries-analysis/2017/07/02/tidy-timeseries-analysis.html; (2) http://www.business-science.io/timeseries-analysis/2017/07/23/tidy-timeseries-analysis-pt-2.html; (3) http://www.business-science.io/timeseries-analysis/2017/07/30/tidy-timeseries-analysis-pt-3.html
Mara Averick has some excellent R shares this week: Timelines https://timelinesrevisited.github.io/; Shiny http://zevross.com/blog/2016/04/19/; data animations http://www.data-imaginist.com/; R Markdown http://nickstrayer.me/RMarkdown_Sites_tutorial/; neural nets https://medium.com/@iliakarmanov/neural-networks-from-scratch-in-r-dcf97867c238; reproducible research https://github.com/benmarwick/rrtools; tidyverse https://github.com/Cascadia-R/; Stats and data science https://github.com/mine-cetinkaya-rundel/
A longer message about my shot quality and expected goals project. I have been fascinated and awe struck by the communities of practice that write about shot quality and expected goals in ice hockey and association football. Immersing myself in the literature has enabled me to appreciate the insights shared away from academic peer review in journals and the vibrancy of ideas and practices shared. My project is partial. It is a modest attempt to share some of the insights from the communities.
Enjoyed reading @qinaliu's thoughts about Mastodon https://medium.com/@qinaliu/what-i-wish-i-knew-before-joining-mastodon-7a17e7f12a2b (via @Downes)
My first accessibility aware post on Clyde Street in eight years. http://keithlyons.me/blog/2016/12/08/connecting-curating-and-contemplating/
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