Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports
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|Benjamin C. Alamar, editor|
|The Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports (JQAS) deals quantitatively with a wide variety of sports subjects, such as tournament structure, frequency and occurrence of records, and the optimal focus of training for decathlons. Popular articles have included "Dynamic Effort, Sustainability, Myopia, and 110% Effort"; "Uncovering Europe's Best Goalscorers from the 2009-2010 Season"; "Perception ≠ Reality: Analyzing Specific Allegations of NBA Referee Bias"; "NFL Prediction using Committees of Artificial Neural Networks"; "An Extension of the Pythagorean Expectation for Association Football"; "Dependence Relationships between On Field Performance, Wins, and Payroll in Major League Baseball"; "Optimal Targets for the Bank Shot in Men's Basketball"; and "Reconsideration of the Best Batting Order in Baseball: Is the Order to Maximize the Expected Number of Runs Really the Best?" An official journal of the American Statistical Association published quarterly since 2004, JQAS "serves as an outlet for professionals in the sports world to raise issues and ask questions that relate to quantitative sports analysis."|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College, Research|
|Math Topics:||Statistics, Sports|
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