Past Articles from Scott Dunham
Scott Dunham (also known as @Hallies_Dad) is a professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington in Seattle. He recalls playing a game that resembled ultimate on the Stanford CroMem lawn in the early 80’s and took it up again around 2001 after moving to Seattle. These days, he plays pick-up around town and cheers on his daughter’s teams (and those of her former teammates)
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USAU Ranking Approximation: Bid Picture Emerging, Bad News For Men’s SE
Ultiworld’s Cody Mills has put together a statistical tool to approximate the USA Ultimate rankings by using publicly available score data and applying the algorithm…
Mar 8, 2016 by Charlie Eisenhood, Scott Dunham and Cody Mills in Analysis with 13 comments
We Approximated The USAU College Rankings: See The Early Bid Picture
We crunched the numbers of the USAU algorithm.
Mar 2, 2016 by Charlie Eisenhood, Keith Raynor, Cody Mills and Scott Dunham in Analysis with 45 comments
Bellingham Invite 2016: Tournament Recap
The unsanctioned tournament still offered plenty of insight into the Northwest teams.
Jan 29, 2016 by Scott Dunham in News, Recap with 5 comments
By The Numbers: Predictions for 2016 College Women’s Rankings
Building out a predictive numerical model for ranking college teams.
Jan 13, 2016 by Scott Dunham in Analysis with 5 comments
Natties by the Numbers: Statistical Facts About D-I Nationals
Here are some key statistics about the College Championships, mostly about the Women’s Division.
May 20, 2015 by Scott Dunham in Analysis with 0 comments
Understanding The Rankings: Do Underdogs or Favorites Have an Advantage?
The secrets from within the USA Ultimate ranking algorithm.
Jan 21, 2015 by Scott Dunham in Analysis with 20 comments