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Sport Informatics and Analytics by Mind Map: Sport Informatics
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Sport Informatics and Analytics

Welcome to this open online resource. We have structured the resource with four themes. We encourage you to explore this resource in whatever way interests you. The Introductions theme provides a context for the course and we recommend that you start with this theme. Thank you for finding us.


This theme explores our approach to open sharing in and through this course. We present an overview of people, perspectives, products and processes. We draw attention to the Informatik tradition and its links with Informatics. We introduce the emerging field of Sport Analytics.

Our Approach

People, Perspectives, Products, Processes, Biographical Accounts, Platforms, Cowbird, Medium, Examples, Room to Read (2015), Going Viral, My first Internet, Six Degrees of Inspiration, Networks without Networks (2014), YouTube, Ignite, People, Michael Lewis, Beyond Hello, Dean Shareski (2014), Kristi Blakeway (2014), Andrew Watts (2015), Peter Vint, Darrell Cobner, Stafford Murray, Josh Bryan (2015), Jacquie Tran, Sketchnotes, Prediction model (2014), Bruce Old, Carl Bialik (2014), Dean Smith, Darren O'Shaughnessy, Charles Brakley, Mark Cuban, Chikara Miyaji, Michael Schuckers, Louis Van Gaal, Max Reckers, Background, Daniela Walker (2015), Ernie Adams, Malte Siegle, Adam Hewitt, Justin Zormelo, Ian Donnelly, Ben Alamar, ESPN (2015), Jamie Coles (2015), Dene Hills (2015), Hardware and Software, SportsTech, Anna Mayes (2014), API, Tutorial (2012), Edge 10, AirDrop, Gridiron Moe, Babolat, Occupational Culture, Continuing Professional Learning, Community of Inquiry, Publications, Literature, Weinberg and Arond (1952), The Occupational Culture of the Performance Analyst (2010), Adam Cullinane (2014), Surveillance, Williams and Manley (2014), Gloucester (2012), MCG (2015), Learning in a Digital Age, Connecting, cMOOCs, PLENK2010, Aggregate, Remix, Reporpose, Feedforward, CCK11, Data, Analytics and Learning, Innovation in open online courses, MOOC, Sabermetrics 101, Game Theory II, Artificial Intelligence Planning, Statistical Inference, Introduction to Computer Science, Visualising Postwar Tokyo 1, Foundations of Data Analysis, Jeremy Knox (2014), Liljegren & Trombetta (2014), Stanford 2015, Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Introduction to mathematical Thinking, Machine Learning, Mining Massive Data Sets, Literature, Barry Wellman (2012), Grainnne Conole (2013), Patricia Arnold et al. (2014), Keith Lyons (2013), Alan Levine (2014), Alan Levine (2015), Doggles, The You Show, #ds106, Connected Courses, Grainne Canole, Online Interactions (2011), Balthas Seibold (2014), Tony Bates (2014), Teaching in a Digital Age, The Tactics of Collaboration (2014), Jason Thaw (2014), James Mazoue (2014), Harold Jarche (2014), Chris Kennedy (2014), Elisa Schreiber (2014), Harold Jarche (2014), George Siemens (2013), Stephen Downes (2014), Stephen Downes (2015), Francis Heylighen (2014), Challenge Propagation, Stephen Downes (2015), Tom Spiglanin (2014), Paul Boag, Meireles and Cendon (2015), Morten Fjeld et al (2015), Learning and Performance Support, Ecosystems, Conversations, Lyons (2014), Networked Sociality (2009), Networked Individuality (2015), Hypervoice, 2025, Report, Evidence of Learning, Tyton (2015), Pedagogy, Joanne Orlando (2014), Jesse Stommel (2014), Downes (2014), Innovating Pedagogy (2014), Making MOOCs social, Ten Trends, Peter Ellerton (2014), Educational Technology, Ruben Puentedura (2014), Webl, TPACK, David Jones (2015), Knowledge Sharing (2014), Digital Habitats, Mediated Youth Cultures, The Place (UNSW), Web Literacy, Doc Searls and David Weinberger (2015), danah boyd (2015), Networked Teens (2014), Metadata, Produsing, Jeroen de Boer (2014), Clyde Street, Blended Learning, Open Access, Peter Suber, Open Access (the book), Open Knowledge Society, Open Definition, Our digital future (201$), Martin Weller (2014), Wikipedia Editing, Andrew McMillen (2015), Mutualism, Jordan (2014), Discovery and Data Quality, Electronic Content Discovery, How to tame the flood of literature, The Library and Discovery, Data Sharing, Predictive Analytics, Design, Howard and Gray (2014), Instructional Design, Sahana Chattopadhyay (2014), Enterprise Knowledge Mapping, EIS, Inside the Bodleian, Evernote, Thomas Honeyman, Knowledge Discovery, Fayyad, Piatetsky-Shapiro and Smyth (1996), A Data Miner's Story (2007), Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, Interestingness, Silberschatz and Tuzhilin (1995), Unexpectedness, Padmanabhan and Tuzhilin (1999), Surprising Patterns, Kuo et al (2014), Creativity, Grace and Maher (2014a), Grace and Maher (2014b), Roddick and Rice (2001), Sahar (2003), Byttner et al (2013), McGarry (2005), Geng and Hamilton (2006), Big Data, Data Driven Business Models (2014), Cynthia Rudin (2014), Papers, Fox-Brewster (2014), Brust (2014), Kaggle, Data Mining, Texts, Data Mining with Rattle and R (2011), Rattle: A Data Mining GUI for R (2009), Introduction to R, Doing Data Science (2013), Max Manchi and Jim Albert (2013), Literature, Chen, Han and Yu (1996), Behnke and Dobinson (2000), Kurgan and Musilek (2006), Ferrari and Mamei (2013), Hirsch et al (2014), Adlakha et al (2014), RDMS Tools, Hive, Thusoo et al (2010), Big Data Analytics, Hadoop, White (2012), Shvatchko et al (2010), Talatttinis et al (2010), Data Science, Larry Dignan (2014), Cloud Analytics Playbook, Drew Conway (2010)), Informatica Wourld (201$, Venn Diagram, Sensor Data, Through the Lens of Social Science (2014), Mike Gualtieri (2013), Ferris Jumah (2014), Mathematical Mindset, Common language, Computer Science and Software Engineering, 10 Resources, Machine Intelligence, The Turk, Shivon Zilis (2014), Artificial Intelligence, Kevin Kelly (2014), Statistics, Will Hopkins, SportScience, Hand (1999), Borwein and Rose (2014), Matosin and Engel (2014), Models, Game of Thrones, Physics aXiv (2014), Richard Vale (2014), simplystats, awesome things (2014), R markdown, STAT545, Jennifer Bryan, Maths in Sport, Notre Dame (2015), Mixed Methods, Cresswell (2003), Camerino, Castaner and Anguera (2014), Philosophical Issues, IEEE SSIT, Lewis (2014), Soltanzadeh (2012), Holbrook (2014), Solis (2014), Crotty (2014), Williams and Manley (2014), Shilton (2012), Human-Data Interaction, Sedl (2014), Coutts (2014), Wright, Carling and Collins (2014), Julia Angwin (2014), Inge de Waard (2015), Andrew Keen, Robin James (2015), Contemporary algorithmic culture, Kate Crawford (2014), Jill O'Neill (2015), Virkki and Chan (2013), Enserink and Chin (2015), Gambling, The Ghost Game, Other Literature, Cornell University Library, The Conversation, Pickering and Byrne (2014), Saville et al (2014), Borwein and Bailey (2014), Trudglan (2014), Glance (2015), Smart Creative, Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg, David Winer, Outliner, Maria Popova (2014), Seeing, Perceiving, Al Seckel, McLeod (2007), Farnan (2012), Conferences, Sports Performance and Tech Summit (2014), Sportsdata and Performance Forum 2014, Asia Pacific Sports Technology 2015, Services, Lear, Navitas, Krossover, Communities, Australia, AIS, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, SMART developments, Miyaji (2011), Miyaji (2014), Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Antonio Lopes, Qatar, United Kingdom, United States, Societies, IACSS, IJCSS, ISPAS, IJPAS, World Congress (2014), Mike Hughes, Peter O'Donoghue, Blogs, Cricket Clarity, The Sotdoc, sport techie, 2014 Changes, Video Examples, Wearables: Adidas, Technology in Sport, Ice Hockey

Informatik, Informatics

Alan Turing, 1936 Paper, Lyons (2015), Jack Copeland (2013), Avaragado (2012)

Grace Hopper

Gordon Moore, Steven Levy, Gordon Morre (2010), 1965 Paper, Computer History Museum

Mark Weisser

Critical Engineering, Courses, Julian Oliver, Gordon Savicic, Danja Vasiliev, Art of the Exploit (2013)

Background, Karl Steinbuch, Jurgen Perl, Martin Lames, Daniel Link, Arnold Baca, Wolfgang Coy

Computer Science in Sport

Dewey Classification for Informatics

Quantum Computing, Pollock and Modi (2015), Zu et al (2014)

Open Access Repositories (2015)

Information Systems, Shirley Gregor (2006), Juhani Iivari (2007), Jom hall and Lucia Rapanotti (2015)

Geoffrey Hinton, Deep Learning (2007), Hinton (2013), Steven Levy (2015), Bolzmann Machine, Salakhutdinov and Hinton (2009), Hinton (2010), Steven Levy (2015), Ballan et al (2009), Tran et al (2014), Johard et al (2011), Sachan et al (2013), Deep Mind, Steven Levy (2015)

Text, John Gammack, Valerie Hobbs and Diarmuid Pigott (2007)

Pedagogy, Goodman and Dekhtyar (2014)

Sport Analytics


Literature, Chris Anderson and David Sally (2013), Football Intelligence, Paine (2014), Bill Gerrard (2007), UTS (2014), Rob Carroll (2014), Blog Posts, Dan Altman (2013), Mike Goodman (2014), Carl Bialik (2014), Harvard Sports Analysis Collective, Player Movement in the NBA, Silicon Republic (2014), Tim Lines (2014), Beyond the Box Score, MVP Selections (2014), Hardball Times, MLEs, Sounder At Heart, Deep Data (2014), Forbes (2013), SQL (2014), Microsoft Video, Ice Hockey, Corsi, Boston Globe (2014), Colin Horgan (2014), Nick Rojas (2015), Bryce Dyer (2014), Corsi v Tango (2014), Tom Tango, Wiki, Simon Fraser Basketball, Raptors, 2012, Alex Rucker, Nick Rojas (2014), Richard Whitall (2014), Soccer Analysts, Richard Whitall (2014), Sports Analytics, Maple Leafs, Maple Leafs (2014), James Mirtle (2014), FiveThirtyEightSports, Ian Cooper (2014), Sumit Prasad (2014), analytics fc, worville 11 (2014), Elaine Burke (2014), Taylor Soper (2015), SAP and Panasonic (2014), Germany, micoach, JR Eskilson (2015), Oliver Gage, Sam Gregory (2015), Possession with Purpose, Tim (2015), Chris Gluck, Peter King (2015), Pro Football Focus, Ed Feng, University of Toronto, Introduction, Sports Discvery, Snowboarding, Bret McCormick (2015), Bickerton (2015), John Burn-Murdoch (2013), Lucey et al (2013), Game Theoretic Analysis, Bates et al (1998), Bates et al (2000), Arias (2012), Mongin (2009), David Romer (2002), Punting (2012), Analyticbridge, Sports Performance and Tech (2013), Howard Hamilton (2011), Journal of Sports Analytics, Ben Alamar, Stephen Shea and Christopher Baker (2013), Gareth Morgan (2012), Predictive Analytics, Interviews, Bill James, Kirk Goldsberry, Billy Beane, Super Bowl XLIX, Jason Belzer (2015), numberFire, Alissa Johnson (2015), Lauren Brousell (2015), Lucas Mearian (2015), Roger Groves (2015), Plus Aziz (2015)

Predictions, Bing, Google

Services, Infostrada, The Sports Analytics Institute, Ice Hockey, Modelling Performance, CISCO, Real Time Analytics, Gain Line, Prozone, SAP Sailing Analytics, Perduco, Presentation (2014), In game analysis, Advanced Sports Analytics, Revolution Analytics, MapR, Hadoop, SAP CRM, Extreme Networks (2015), Global Soccer Network

Conferences, KDD Large-Scale Sports Analytics (2014), Gyarmati, Kwak & Rodriguez (2014), The Economist (2014), Duch et al (2010), Narizuka et al (2013), Sports Analytics Innovation Summit 2014, Sports Analytics (2015), Sloan Sports Analytics Conference (2015), Sports Analytics Innovation Summit (2015), Sport and Entertainment (2015), Basketball Analytics Summit (2015), Competitive Data: Innovation in Sport (2015), #SportsConf (2015), Speakers

Coaching, Mike Hesson (2014), Nick Mercandante (2014), Ben Strang (2014)

Videos, Brad Null (2014), Billy Beane (2011), Roger Noll, Muthu Alagappan, David Stern, NBA Statistics, SportVU, Movement Animations, Smartbase, Repository

News, Genn DuPaul, Victoria University PhD

Sabermetrics, SABR, Bill James (2014), Bill James (2013), Neyer (2013), Marchi (2013)

Basketball, Duke University, Stephen Shea, Spatial Tracking (2014), Basketball Analytics, Blog

Coursera Courses, Data Analytics, Statistical Inference, Data Science, R

Analytics Vidhya

Courses, RMIT

Gambling, dwo7

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