What will we unlearn next? The implications of Lopez (2020)

Samuel L. Ventura 1
  • 1 Department of Statistics and Data Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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JQAS, an official journal of the American Statistical Association, publishes research on the quantitative aspects of professional and collegiate sports. Articles deal with subjects as measurements of player performance, tournament structure, and the frequency and occurrence of records. Additionally, the journal serves as an outlet for professionals in the sports world to raise issues and ask questions that relate to quantitative sports analysis.

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