2013 - Complementary Training

• # Playbook: Understanding MODERATION Through Simulation

Playbook: Understanding MODERATION Through Simulation Introduction I recently spoke with my college professor regarding the understanding of statistics, and I remarked that I learn the statistical concept the best (and with full comprehension) through simulation. He remarked that I might be in the minority of students (p<0.01 – see what I did here?). Not sure if this is true...

• # Interview With Mike Boyle

There are four coaches that were highly influential on my physical preparation philosophy and practice. The first one that actually started my whole journey was late Charlie Francis. Joe Kenn and Dan Baker come next. Then there is Mike Boyle.

• # How to Visualize Test Change Scores for Coaches [Part 2]

To continue the previous How to visualize test change scores for coaches blogpost, here is another way to visualize individual change scores without falling for group averages. This way we can easily see individual ranks in both pre- and post- test, along with change score (which is also color coded). Quite easy to identify the outliers.

• # Interview With Steve Magness

I have been quoting, referencing, linking and stealing (cough, cough) Steve’s material heavily in my writings and practical applications. I cannot recommend his blog highly enough for anyone interested in no B.S. approach to endurance training and understanding of energy systems and metabolism.

• # Introductory Dashboard, Dynamic Chart, CheckBox, Spin Button

By on 27/11/2013

In this educative and useful video, John Lythe is showing you how to make a dynamic chart using Form Controls (Spin Button and Checkbox).

• # No-Holds-Barred Interview with Dan Baker

I decided to interview Dan again and I hope this to be practice in the future as well (every 2-3 years J). I am more than thankful to Dan for his time and good will to answer all of my questions extensively, honestly, personally and insightfully like he always does.

• # YoYo Test Comparison Part 2 – Conditional Formatting Using Formula

By on 21/11/2013

YoYo Test Comparison Part 2 - Excellent instructional video by John Lythe - IFERROR and Conditional Formatting using a Formula.

• # Understanding Inferential Statistics Using Correlation Example

In the following R and knitr experiment/blog post I will be documenting my play with correlation and inferences. I am just reading Discovering Statistics Using R by Andy Field and I am trying to code some staff from the book, plus experiment and see how inferential statistics work.