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To make a good schematic, copy, adapt, and refine

Scientific papers are built by taking existing ideas, applying them in new ways, adapting them to fit new situations, and improving them over time. Yet when it comes to drawing a schematic, many people start from scratch or never even start. 470 more words

Academia

Progress Update - 2017.08.13

I’ve got an idea for a pet project to practice on now – analysing the data exported from my Fitbit account. The data is quite basic and is perfect for my ability at the moment. 166 more words

Datascience

All-NBA Predict #18 - Exploration of Historical NBA Players (Part VIII, WS & VORP)

Let’s get right into it. Last post, I looked at, well, really I learned what PER, BPM, VORP, and WS were. Basketball-reference’s blurbs now make… 6,621 more words

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All-NBA Predict #9 - Exploration of Historical NBA Players (Part I)

Alright. So we’ve looked at some of the teams. I have a sense of what a “good team” looks like, and what a “bad team” looks like. 2,377 more words

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All-NBA Predict #8 - Exploration of Historical NBA Team Rating Margins

This will be a quick post where I’m just curious to see which teams in history had the largest ORtg – DRtg margin. Theoretically, these were… 2,694 more words

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All-NBA Predict #5 - Exploration of Historical NBA Team Efficiency (Part IV)

Ok, let’s try to focus back here. For the past two posts, I’ve been looking at rebounds per game and turnovers per game. I’m trying to correlate this to ORtg which is a… 3,342 more words

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