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"Luck is not involved.
Our strategy in Australia was based on statistical data and the calculation of the probabilities.
And it turned out to be right."
Sebastian Vettel, 2018





 
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 WHAT WE DO
In last half century most of sports have changed substantially, because there are more technologies available, more needs from sport lovers, more attention from Sponsors, more availability to spend money for sports, to watch them or to bet.

We are communicators about Quantitative Methods used for descriptive analytics (upgraded situations during a match or a race or Championships, better evaluation of the performance) and advanced models (strategies for better results).

We are developing ways of raising public knowledge in particulary
for the benefit of researchers, teachers, scholars, students.

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Resources
Hundreds of academic papers available for you.
The first repository of the world of papers related to sport.

INFO AND NEWS

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8th November - 13th December 2018
SPORT ANALYTICS LAB Università di Torino Designed by: quant4sport.com - Economics and Statistics Departement "Cognetti de Martiis" - Management Departement, SME School of Management and Economics.   
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 WHO WE ARE
gian

GIANLUCA ROSSO
Statistician, risk specialist and scholar on extreme value theory, game theory, POT Peaks Over Threshold, simulation and risk management tools from banking and finance applied to non-deterministic algorithms, for example sport strategies.
Full Member at SIS Società Italiana di Statistica in Rome, he was also GradStat at the RSS the Royal Statistical Society in London.


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LUCA MALFATTI
Chartered Accountant and Chartered Auditor, developing a wide experience in anlysis and interpretation of accounting issues concerning the application on IAS/IFRS. Adjunct Professor at University of Turin - Department of Management - Master of Science in Accounting Professions. 
Graduate in Economics at University of Turin.

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 Doing the best with numbers...

Topics include...

... player evaluation, game strategies, sports business,
data visualization, physics in sports, draft analysis,
coaching evaluation, technology in sports, rule changes,
referee analytics, health and injuries, sports records, ...


The global sports analytics market valued at USD 83.56 million in 2015 is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 39.86% to reach USD 447.23 million by 2020.

Sports analytics help sports teams to improve in various aspects like game strategies, analyzing data, player performance, and team performance. According to recent reports, the usage of analytics in sports like baseball has increased to more than 90%, football more than 50%, basketball more than 75%. Analytics platform has a mere penetration of 20% and shall witness substantial growth in the future.
(WhaTech Channel, December 2016)

Basketball

Uncover the value of players, manage your stats,
analyze world-wide profiles, share the talent,
stay up to date with every new game,
take a look of incredible analytics.

Soccer and Tennis

Softwares that serves the needs of sport federations,
leagues, clubs, broadcasters and media companies.


Motorsport



Hi-tech systems for engine control and
data acquisition (ECUs, injectors, sensors etc.),
telemetry systems, electro-hydraulic systems for gear box automation and control.

MODELS IN SPORT

regression
REGRESSION
(Green, Zwiebel, The Hot-Hand Fallacy...)
game tree
GAME TREE
(Rosso, Assess the risk of pit stopping...)

movement vectors
MOVEMENT VECTORS
(Gyarmati, Hefeeda, Analyzing In-Game Movements...)

dendrogram
CLUSTER ANALYSIS
(Kovalich, Ingram, Measuring the mental game in tennis)
trajectories
PHYSICAL CLUSTERING
(Wei et al, The Thin Edge of the Wedge)
Neural Network
NEURAL NETWORKS

zonevalues
ZONE RATINGS
(Bojinov, Bornn, The Pressing Game)
Geospatial Analysis


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