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Increasing Awareness of the Importance of Physical Activity and Healthy Nutrition: Results From a Mixed-Methods Evaluation of a Workplace Program

Denny Meyer, Madawa W. Jayawar, Samuel Muir, David Ho, and Olivia Sackett

missing data are addressed using inverse probability weights and hierarchical linear models fitted using maximum likelihood procedures. In the qualitative analysis, we use text mining to analyze the results of an open-ended description of the VPGC program, and then, using machine-learning tools, we

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Through the Perilous Fight: A Case Analysis of Professional Wrestling During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Nicholas P. Davidson, James Du, and Michael D. Giardina

WWE’s latest video game release (#WWE2k20 and #Gaming). Figure 1 —Text-mining results of Twitter contents. Figure  2 displays the results of a sentiment analysis, measuring the extent to which the eight emotional themes (i.e., anger, anticipation, disgust, fear, joy, sadness, surprise, and trust

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An Investigation Into the Reasons Physical Education Professionals Use Twitter

Stephen Harvey and Brendon Hyndman

this current study to support the findings from the open-ended questions asked in the final section of the survey. Qualitative data The Leximancer text mining software was utilized to assist researchers in analyzing data generated from the final section of the survey about why the PE professionals used

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Chapter 7: An Investigation Into Sports Coaches’ Twitter Use

Stephen Harvey, Obidiah Atkinson, and Brendon P. Hyndman

Purpose: To investigate sports coaches’ Twitter use. Methods: Coaches (N = 310) from 22 countries and a range of sports completed an online survey. Quantitative survey data were analyzed descriptively and triangulated with qualitative data using Leximancer (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia) text mining software. Results: Most participants reported using Twitter for ≥3 years and accessed the platform multiple times per day. More than half participants agreed that using Twitter had positively impacted both their own confidence as a coach and their athletes/players/team’s performance. The strongest overall themes from the qualitative data revealed that Twitter helped sports coaches improve their practices through the sharing of information, connecting with other coaches, and building positivity into their interactions when supporting players. Discussion/Conclusion: Sports coaches perceive Twitter to be a highly valuable platform to network, collaborate, gain access to information, and share ideas and resources.

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Applied Sport Business Analytics

Wanyong Choi

, general topics from foundations of analytics for sport managers to natural language processing (NLP), and text mining with practical sport industry examples. Chapter 1 takes the reader through an explanation of the analytics background by discussing the economic and business foundations of sport analytics

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What Do Our Words Say? An Analysis of IJSPP Titles

Sophia Nimphius

version of topic modeling, a text-mining term-frequency analysis, provides initial insight and reflection on what our words say about the research we’ve done and the research still left to do. Figure 1 —A lollipop plot of the 20 most frequent words used in titles in IJSPP over the entire history of the

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Using Artificial Intelligence to Detect the Relationship Between Social Media Sentiment and Season Ticket Purchases

Nels Popp, James Du, Stephen L. Shapiro, and Jason M. Simmons

detect and identify the taxonomy and salience of social media sentiments. NLP is considered as a special extension of AI innovations ( Wanless et al., 2022 ).The technique is a derivative of several text mining strategies with the ultimate goal of streamlining the process of extracting underlying meaning

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Machine Learning in Sport Social Media Research: Practical Uses and Opportunities

James Du, Yoseph Z. Mamo, Carter Floyd, Niveditha Karthikeyan, and Jeffrey D. James

manual . CreateSpace . Wang , H. , Hong , J. , & Guo , Y. ( 2015 , September 7–11 ). Using text mining to infer the purpose of permission use in mobile apps [Proceeding session]. ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing—UbiComp ’15 , Osaka, Japan . https

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How the Lack of Content Validity in the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy Is Undermining Quality Physical Education

Dean Dudley and John Cairney

assessment of physical literacy: Manual for test administration second edition . Hyndman , B. , & Pill , S. ( 2018 ). What’s in a concept? A Leximancer text mining analysis of physical literacy across the international literature

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A Social Media Analysis of the Gendered Representations of Female and Male Athletes During the 2018 Commonwealth Games

Elaine Chiao Ling Yang, Michelle Hayes, Jinyan Chen, Caroline Riot, and Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore

). NoSQL refers to “not only Structured Query Language (SQL),” which supports not only relational data but also unstructured data, such as the unstructured Twitter data in this study. MongoDB uses a rich declarative query language to perform text mining, which facilitates the extraction of useful data