I’ve gotten around, if you know what I mean. If you don’t, I mean that I’ve been fortunate enough to write papers with many different people about many different topics using many different methods. In case you’re interested and have a sports-related research itch that’s turning into a rash, I listed them all below, along with links to the papers (in chronological order):
- Piette, J., Anand, S., and Zhang, K. (2010). Scoring and Shooting Abilities of NBA Players. JQAS. 6: 1, 1.
- Piette, J., Braunstein, A., McShane, B., and Jensen, S. (2010) A Point-Mass Mixture Random Effects Model for Pitching Metrics. JQAS. 6: 3, 8.
- Piette, J, Pham, L. and Anand, S. “Evaluating Basketball Player Performance via Statistical Network Modeling,” in Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, (Boston, U.S.A.), March 2011.
- Braunstein, A., McShane, B., Piette J. and Jensen, S. (2011) A Hierarchical Bayesian Variable Selection Approach to Major League Baseball Hitting Metrics. JQAS. 7: 4, 2.
- Piette, J and Pham, L. “The value of teamwork: Estimating individual performance via a statistical network algorithm.” NESSIS 2011. Slides and video.
- Baumer, B., Piette, J. and Null, B. (2012) Parsing the Relationship between Baserunning and Batting Abilities within Lineups. JQAS. 8: 2, 8.
- Piette, J and Jensen, S.T. (2012) Estimating Fielding Ability in Baseball Players Over Time. JQAS. 8: 3, 7.