Predicting Injuries Using Banister Model – The Addendum

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  • 14/10/2016 at 10:19 #18687

    Predicting Injuries Using Banister Model – The Addendum A year ago I tried to use Banister model to predict injuries, but I recently realized I made a
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    19/01/2017 at 21:14 #19081

    Hi Mladen,

    First, congrats for the post, is it such a great job. I´m starting with data analysis so I really appreciate your help.

    One time you change variables and instead of “RPE”, “Odometer” and “HS distance” you may use “Acute TL”, “Chronic TL”, “Ac:Ch” for example. How could you calculate the threshold number for the link function?. In the workbook is using 10 and -10 for those variables. How can you estimate threshold when using diferent variables?

    Thanks

    Hugo Salazar

    20/01/2017 at 02:31 #19084

    Hi Hugo,

    Thanks for the message. To be honest I am not sure what do you refer to? I have standardized the values for the solver to converge easier, you can use the raw numbers but the search might take forever

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