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I never said anything about publishing only studies with a positive outcome. Therefore saying my comment is ignorant and harmful is out of place.
I said that the extent of the dataset made it impossible to have a positive outcome in the first place, therefore I don’t find a reason to report that there was indeed no positive outcome.
Your practical applications section has a direct and decisive statement about the methodology not being useful, not about the data. The data limitations are discussed afterwards and aren’t put front and center as the main cause of low predictive power. In my opinion, that statement and the way it’s structured is wrong and conveys a message that creates distrust in using advanced data science in sport.