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Part 2: Visualising Analysis with Excel

Posted on 27 April 2012 by Mark Davies

In this week’s blog we will be looking at an example using a downloadable, interactive spreadsheet filled with real data.   Readers, please click here to download the locked spread sheet. Lounge members, you can download the unprotected spread sheet from within the lounge.   Example Data Most of the data I use is Read more [...]

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Part 1: Visualising Analysis with Excel

Posted on 25 April 2012 by Mark Davies

  Hi there ……… so you’re interested in analysis? What’s your specialist subject? I’m guessing a sport – rugby, football or hockey perhaps? But of course you could equally be in banking, property or perhaps in sales? Either way I bet you will probably have a pile of data on your subject, so much so that you don’t Read more [...]

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outside-the-box

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Product simplicity with complex thought processes

Posted on 18 April 2012 by Darren Lewis

Currently the market holds a vast array of products that support the performance analysis industry, from timeline based analysis products to online athlete management tools. Each product from either of these categories will be unique in its own way but will still have similar characteristics and features to the other products that are available Read more [...]

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Ashgrove Music Day anon

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Analysing Emergent Performance

Posted on 13 April 2012 by Wendy Keay-Bright

  Two events have provided us with compelling data for analysing emergent qualities of performance. Firstly at Ashgrove Special School music day, where Darrell and Adam set up 2 cameras and a VPA system, capturing engagement with Somantics from a dual perspective. Secondly, at the Touch Trust where we relied on a single camera Read more [...]

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WBL (AC Blog2 Update)

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Part 2: My Journey Through Work Based Learning

Posted on 11 April 2012 by Adam Cullinane

This is the 2nd part of a blog series sharing my journey through WBL (Read Part 1). Having progressed through academic programmes at both UG and PG level, undoubtedly my journey will draw similarities with others who have chosen to pursue a career in performance analysis. Which WBL experience is the best? As a reflective practitioner, Read more [...]

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Part 1: My Journey Through Work Based Learning

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Part 1: My Journey Through Work Based Learning

Posted on 03 April 2012 by Adam Cullinane

    Like many other vocationally driven professions, the importance of experience is immeasurable. After reading the recent blogs by Darren Lewis on skill sets, this brought to the fore the importance Work Based Learning (WBL) holds in performance analysis. Many of the key traits Darren highlights are not taught in a traditional Read more [...]

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