AtomStats: Analyzing Baseball Statistics in a New Way

AtomStats is the brainchild of two MIT sophmores, Mike Attanasio and Webb Horn. It offers an alternative way to analyze a baseball player’s value and predict the outcome of specific situations by accessing disparate data points and organizing them into combinations of “multiple splits.” An example of a “common split” would be a player’s batting average against a right-handed pitcher or left-handed pitcher. AtomStats seeks to further the information provided by a common split through the combination of unique and original splits. Use of this technology with traditional statistics as well as sabermetrics should provide new insight into analysis of baseball statistics.

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