Statistics in Sports is seeking papers on predicting NCAA tournament game outcomes. I am a big tourney fan and fill out my own brackets every year so this is quite appealing and interesting to me. I find it fascinating that some people would use statistics to formulate decisions in selecting teams for their tourney brackets. In addition to this there are conferences all over the world relating to Math and Computers in Sport. It is very fascinating to me that one conference is in its 12th year and I have never heard of it!
The math.yorku website and statpages.net are mind boggling-there is so much information on these pages- so many links to any statistical topic you can think of! I never knew how revered statistics is!
Brightstat was an interesting site to visit. Their webpage is BRIGHT alright! They have a lot of useful features for data analysis, data manipulation, and for me the graphical output was a big plus. The graphs are customizable-one can chose different line, symbols, or bar styles, colors are adjustable , and you can format labels and titles. They have video tutorials to walk you through everything contained on their site. It is a very user friendly site.