Articles from plusandminus

  1. Philosophy of hockey sabermetrics: Can hockey accurately be measured?

    I find a problem with basically all studies here (including my own) in that they require a lot of work and time. There are usually many hours of boring research to have to be done, in order to learn and know about many factors leading up to the end results. There also seem to basically always be factors "biasing" things, including (of course) "randomness" or "circumstances".
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