Prior to the start of MLS season he was appointed Director of Analytics at Inter Miami , where he supports front office, technical staff and coaching staff in recruitment, performance analysis and sport science. The work of William Spearman was chosen for presentation at the Forum for two successive years. After delivering a presentation on pitch control in , William returned in with another project which applied event and tracking data to assess the likelihood of a pass being completed, allowing clubs to better evaluate passing skill.
The project looked to identify pressing triggers, based on different scenarios when the opposition team had possession, taking into account various different contextual possession factors. Based on his experiences of presenting at the Forum, he has the following advice for anyone who is interested in sending in a submission for next year:. His presentation highlighted how analysing sequences, using a combination of an auto-encoder and T-SNE, can allow their categorisation using their location within latent space.
Joe was one of two presenters in who were already working in full-time positions at clubs when their work was selected by the judges for presentation, demonstrating how the event was by now attracting a growing number of submissions from industry practitioners alongside the wider analytics community. Based on those insights, he then outlined strategies for breaking the low-block through a combination of horizontal and vertical movement, across different pitch zones, in the attacking half.
After delivering this presentation, Vignesh was chosen to present again at the Forum in Five months later, he was recruited by Ligue 1 side Stade Rennais as a data scientist. Focusing on pass and carry prevention and shot prevention, Aditya built on existing pitch control modelling work with the aim of identifying how well defending teams and individual defenders perform in particular situations during a game, identifying weaknesses and lapses in the defensive system and picking up on other unusual occurrences.
If you are interested in following in the footsteps of these presenters and would like to submit a proposal for the Forum, please visit the Pro Forum event page where full details are listed. For more information on the Pro Forum, please contact proforum statsperform. NEW Features RunningBall Ultrafast Data. Opta Player Betting Data. Historical Data. I don't usually defend Calabash, he can take care of himself just fine.
I just let him do his thing and occasionally criticize him and more often thank him for his comparison videos and for demonstrating the features on the detectors he videos. This time I think he did a fair and skillful comparison which came to similar conclusions that I have made in similar testing. Yes, he could put the Nox in 15 kHz but it would still detect deeper. So would the 14 kHz Kruzer I did that comparison too. Both are much hotter detectors gain wise than the AT Pro.
That's why they made the AT Max and added all metal mode. The Noxes and the Kruzers are much faster detectors. Their recovery speed, target separation, discrimination and unmasking are only second to the XP detectors.
Add in all of the other features and for the extra money it is no contest. The AT Pro is a very good, dependable detector down to about 9", nothing wrong with that and it is tried and true USA technology. Mine didn't leak but the entire control box broke off of the shaft after mine was out of warranty.
I was able fix it. I haven't had anything break or leak on either of my Noxes yet. I am glad you caught the nail test. Seems like that flies right over some peoples head and they dont get what that test is showing them. It means they are leaving a lot of stuff in the ground IF their hunting in iron Why in the world would I handicap the Equinox when comparing it to the pro? The whole point of the video is to show how outdated the Garrett tech is It makes deep iron sound good??
QUESTION which detector in the video gives you the best odds of digging deep silver on the first pass or even the deep low conductive target? Thank you calabash, keep doing what you do, love the videos and am always excited when a new one comes out! My point is of course a machine running at a lower frequency with a larger coil will do deeper.
I don't like apples and orange comparisons. And yes the newer machines do have faster recovery speeds. I tend to swing my machines slower and take my time so maybe I don't notice the recovery speed as being an issue. I take my time because the areas I hit have been hit for decades and are still constantly pounded yet I still get good finds. Keep in mind the AT Pro is running on almost decade old design, and their MAX is a drastically improved relic hunter but does lack features found in the newer generation of machines like the Nox running in single frequency and Amphibio, Kruzer and XP's.
I found the comparison a little bit of a stretch on this one and less informative as I would have liked to see especially when comparing the technology of an older device to something far newer. If Minelab came out with the Nox and it wasn't better than a 9 year old machine I would really question the engineers and marketing people at Minelab. I don't know if the Tarsacci can stay underwater for any period of time but it is a machine I have been keeping my eye on though a little pricey I would love to take one out relic hunting.
For me and the areas I hunt the AT Pro has and still serves me very well. Knowing the machines abilities as any machine will make the difference if you dig or not more so than glossing over a target. Newer machines have made picking through trash much easier and have become more precise but that's technology for you. I do enjoy your videos but I think you don't serve yourself justice product and manufacturer bashing.
Peoples brand loyalty is a toxic subject much like politics and religion and no matter what side you choose it will only inflame someone. I'm not making any personal attack on you but would love to see videos of you showing the features of a product and showing in action rather than one machine vs another. Seeing a machine in action helps others make choices and doesn't pollute the reputation of a manufacturer. I hear you as far as what you perceive as manufacturer bashing. I don't like it either.
In this case however, John is just trying to show anyone who chooses to view his video that there are things that the AT Pro simply cannot do iron unmasking and depth deficiencies with similar sized coils as well as another detector and if someone is looking for their next detector they might want to consider these factors when they shop for a detector that might meet their needs instead of just going by brand loyalty, advertisements or recommendations from other users.
I am old enough to realize that my days of digging really deep holes are coming to an end soon. I may have to turn the sensitivity down on my Nox so I won't have to detect deep targets!!!!! Hopefully, Calabash's videos, our posts here and on other forums and the advancements by other detector manufacturers will push Garrett to improve their products. I think that is all John is trying to do here. But comparing machines of roughly the same current price and purpose is entirely fair. Thats the nature of true competition though.
I saw a pattern against a particular manufacturer across several comparisons and all had miss matched coil and frequency combinations. If anyone is going to compare machines it should be more precise. There are big differences between my AT Pro at 15khz and my Tejon at That 2.
Comparing ANY machine with a round coil to ANY machine with an elliptical coil for depth the round coil will go deeper. Elliptical coils fair better in higher mineralized soils as the signal is less dispersed from the Tx to Rx. Lower frequencies go deeper and are less sensitive to lower conductors and why many beach mode machines just run at 6khz and less.
I learn more watching a machine in action in the field in a real world environment than some sort of detector trick test bed. I have seen people complain the Orx can't see certain objects yet the Deus could but where the settings exact? Did they use the same coil? Of course not so it was a bogus slam of one product to another. I wonder what kind of damage that did to XP because someone was too ignorant to do precise comparisons.
I just seen too much of the garbage tests on Youtube. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
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