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Skill Sets Part 1

Posted on 18 March 2012 by Darren Lewis

Working as a professional performance analyst requires a range of skills that cannot necessarily be learnt from a university or college course. The skills required to fulfill this type of role range from technical ability, knowledge of your respective sport and having people skills that allow you to work in a high pressure environment with Read more [...]

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Try or No Try

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Part 3: Going Live!

Posted on 10 March 2012 by Josh Bryan

You've made it to Part 3! It's been a long journey and i'm glad you've stuck with it as the end is now in sight! For us guys on the TPE site, judgement day was upon us. The idea for the forum had been sparked after the gripping England Vs Wales match, where people felt that some referee decisions could be discussed along with the "elephant Read more [...]

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Part 2: Developing a Simple Workflow

Posted on 09 March 2012 by Josh Bryan

So, as discussed in Part 1, I created an interactive start page that would instruct all members on how to work their way around the site. As well as ensuring people could work the way around the site, the instructions were provided to ensure people used the site in a certain way. The power of the site would be in viewing video files and commenting Read more [...]

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Referee Communication Forum

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Part 1: Creating a Referee Communication Forum

Posted on 09 March 2012 by Josh Bryan

Recently, I was heavily involved in creating a specific Team Performance Exchange (TPE) website which was designed to join a group of specialist rugby people from a variety of backgrounds, including coaching, officiation and analysis. These people were being encouraged to join the Referee Communication Forum, a TPE site which would enable Read more [...]

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The Volleyball Analyst

Posted on 08 March 2012 by Hai-Binh Ly

My name is Hai-Binh Ly and I was asked by Josh Bryan to write something about my experience as a performance analyst on the Visual Performance Analysis website.  So here I am. Much of my learning experiences can be viewed on my blog (shameless plug!) so I won't bother retelling my story here.  Read more [...]

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Team Performance Exchange: Review and Experiences

Posted on 27 November 2011 by Josh Bryan

Hello, my name is Josh Bryan and I am the analyst for UWIC RFC. One of the new pieces of kit we have been using to supplement ... Read more [...]

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Live Solutions Case Study

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Live solutions get tested

Posted on 03 November 2011 by VPA

Case Study Real-time Video Feedback: Wales U16 Boys National Development Squad In August 2010, a collaboration between the Centre for Performance Analysis at UWIC and the Welsh Football Trust took place at a match in Port Talbot, South Wales. The Welsh Football Trust are a part of the Football Association of Wales (FAW) responsible Read more [...]

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Circles of Decision-Making

Posted on 17 April 2011 by Jon Moore

The circles of approach, Event decision-making: This document will illustrate how the unique interface structure within SportsCode can enhance the visual feedback given to an individual athlete. Decision making decisions are assessed through the movement in time towards the skill acquisitions, or let’s call them the individual moments, Read more [...]

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