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Statsketball Roundup: Statistics is Changing the Game

With NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament right around the corner, there’s no better way to prepare than to participate in our Statsketball challenge. Are you ready? In preparation of the competition, dive into these five articles...

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What’s Going on In This Graph?

ASA and The New York Times Learning Network have released March’s “What’s Going On In This Graph?” On Tuesday from 9 a.m. ­–2 p.m. ET, an ASA moderator will be in the comments section of...

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Statsketball: 5 Great Resources to Get Started

Statistics play a huge role in the strategy, assessment and business of modern sports, both as a scientific discipline and through the data. The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is no exception—in fact, with the complexity of...

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Police Data Challenge: Winner Recommendations

Police Data Challenge: Winner Recommendations

The Police Data Challenge contest brought talented high school and undergraduate students across the nation to show their passion for the good statistics can do. With the Police Foundation’s efforts to make the information available, the 70 teams used...

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Statsketball is Back: Bolster Your Brackets with the Power of Statistics

“I have warned many times about the guaranteed dangers of betting with your heart instead of your head…but every once in a while you get a fair chance to have it both ways, and the...

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