machine-learning NBA Playoffs Update 5 (5-4) This is the sixth post in my series on predicting the NBA playoffs with an algorithm. After the Boston loss in their last game, the algorithm is now 5-4 in the playoffs. Hopefully it is correct tonight! Open Sourcing the Code I have had

machine-learning NBA Playoff Predictions Update 4 (5-3) This is update 4 to my original post about predicting the NBA playoffs with R. With the Thunder beating the Spurs and the Heat losing to the Celtics, the algorithm went 1-1 on predictions, making it 5-3 so far. Making some improvements I have

machine-learning NBA Playoff Predictions Update 3 (4-2) This is my third update to my original post on predicting the NBA playoffs with an algorithm. Here are updates 1 and 2. The algorithm correctly predicted a Boston win, but missed on the Spurs/Thunder game, so it is currently 4-2. Haven’t

machine-learning NBA Playoff Predictions Update 2 and Results (3-1) This is my second follow-up to my previous two posts which were about predicting NBA games with an algorithm, and my first update to the algorithm. The algorithm’s record is now 3-1, as it correctly predicted Boston and Oklahoma City as winners of

machine-learning Predicting NBA Playoff Games - Results and Update 1 Game Results I recently made a post about developing an algorithm to predict the NBA playoffs, and I concluded with 2 predictions. Although Miami beat the Celtics to make my algorithm 1-0 in terms of predictions, it fell to 1-1 when the Thunder beat

predict Predicting the NBA Finals with R This is the initial post about the algorithm. See updates 1, 2, and 3 for more. The algorithm is currently 4-2 in the playoffs! Overview I was struck by Martin O’Leary’s recent post on predicting the Eurovision finals, which led me to