Monthly Archives: July 2011

Correlation and Partial Correlation

It’s going to be quiet around here for a little while.  I’m moving (twice) and defending my thesis in the upcoming month, and I don’t know how often I’ll be able to get a post up.  But I saw a … Continue reading

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An Interesting Problem

In my last series of posts, I looked at the predictive ability of Wins Produced, ezPM, RAPM, and APM.  It appeared that RAPM did the best.  One reason that I suggested but didn’t think was a good explanation was that … Continue reading

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