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At Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, presenters frequently need to convince others that their conclusions were valid.

Chris Gorski, Editor

New research shows that there's not much difference between the best kicker in the NFL and one who is average.

Chris Gorski, Editor

Drafting is not always a matter of taking the best player available, which is where strategy comes in.

Chris Gorski, Editor

The conference is now concluded, but it's likely that a lot of the research presented here will have a longer-lasting effect.

Chris Gorski, Editor

Friday was the first day of the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference and a fascinating day.

Chris Gorski, Editor

Today I found myself awash in new ways to look at sports.

Chris Gorski, Editor

I'm in Boston to attend the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, taking place March 2-3.

Chris Gorski, Editor

It may take a hot goalie to win the Stanley Cup, but evaluating his true skill requires deep statistical analysis and plenty of data.

Chris Gorski, Editor

Early study puts a number on the extraordinary dominance of Tiger Woods.

Chris Gorski, Editor

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