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Game, Set, Match: IBM Slamtracker Data Wimbledon 2012

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The Wimbledon Championships concluded on Sunday with the Men’s Singles Final between Roger Federer and Andy Murray.

Before the Championship I posted about the data to be provided by IBM.

At the Championships as a whole in the Men’s draw the following events were recorded by IBM’s Slamtracker:

Of these, Roger Federer:

and, Andy Murray:

The result of the Final was:

The match details were:

The IBM Slamtracker offered Keys to each match.

Overall the Keys offered for the Men’s Final were:

By set, these Keys were:

Set 1

Set 2:

Set 3:

Set 4:

IBM provided Momentum graphs too.

In Set 1 this was the pattern (Andy Murray in purple):

By Set 4 (Roger Federer in green):

I am really impressed by the amount of data available for secondary analysis through IBM Slamtracker. As the data progresses in its detail it will be interesting to see how the visualisations of the data change too.

I could not find any link to IBM’s SecondSight data from the Centre Court.

Author: Keith Lyons

Clyde Street has been my WordPress blog since June 2008. I write about learning, teaching and performing.

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