One of SABR’s earliest and most influential research committees has started a brand-new website. Check out the Statistical Analysis Committee’s forum, which launched this week, at sabrstatanalysis.blog.
Led by committee chairs Phil Birnbaum and Chris Dial, the SABR Statistical Analysis site will include essays and articles, new and old, from the committee newsletter, By The Numbers, the Baseball Research Journal, and other SABR publications; links to articles at popular sabermetric websites such as FanGraphs, Baseball Prospectus, or Beyond the Box Score; as well as original, new content from SABR committee members and other contributors.
You can also follow along with the Statistical Analysis committee on Twitter at @SabrStat.
Check out some featured articles below:
- The Future Of Defensive Analysis, by Chris Dial
- The Length of World Series Games, by Dan Levitt
- How Baseball-Reference Calculates WAR, by Sean Forman
- The Sabermetric Manifesto, by David Grabiner
If you are interested in helping to curate the website or want to learn more, please e-mail Mark Armour. New articles with original sabermetric analysis will follow SABR’s standard editing and peer review process; please click here to read SABR’s Publication Guidelines or contact committee chairs Phil Birnbaum or Chris Dial if you are interested in submitting an article.
Originally published: July 27, 2018. Last Updated: July 27, 2018.