Sports Data Mining Methodology

Data Mining involves procedures for uncovering hidden trends and developing new data and information from data sources.

Robert P. Schumaker

2010

Scholarcy highlights

  • Data Mining involves procedures for uncovering hidden trends and developing new data and information from data sources.
  • These sources can include well-structured and defined databases, such as statistical compilations, or unstructured data in the form of multimedia sources such as video broadcasts and play-by-play narration.
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