Statistics seminars for 2013


Semester 1

Date Presenter Title Abstract
28 Feb Glen Livingstone
The University of Newcastle

Fully Bayesian analysis of regime switching volatility models [Click to show or hide]
28 Feb Sidra Safar
The University of Newcastle

Non-iterative estimation methods for ordinal log-linear models [Click to show or hide]
1 Mar Salman Cheema
The University of Newcastle

Aggregate association for dichotomous variables [Click to show or hide]
1 Mar Lucy Leigh
The University of Newcastle

Developing new analytic approaches to deal with complex missing data in longitudinal analysis: with application in the Australian Longitudinal Study of Women’s Health (ALSWH) [Click to show or hide]
22 Mar Prof Eric Beh
The University of Newcastle

On some recent advances in correspondence analysis: A Behsian approach :-) [Click to show or hide]
26 Apr Dr Frank Tuyl
The University of Newcastle

Can we please agree on this interval for the binomial parameter? [Click to show or hide]
24 May Mr Jim Irish
The University of Newcastle

Some studies of surname frequency data (PhD confirmation seminar) [Click to show or hide]
31 May Dr Paul Rippon
The University of Newcastle

Application of Smooth Tests of Goodness of Fit to Generalized Linear Models [Click to show or hide]

Semester 2

Date Presenter Title Abstract
9 Aug Dr Katherine Uylangco
The University of Newcastle

Exogenous factors and the incidence of criminality [Click to show or hide]
11 Oct Dr Patrick McElduff
Hunter Medical Research Institute

Causal diagrams mediate variable selection in regression models [Click to show or hide]
25 Oct Prof John Rayner
The University of Newcastle

Extended analysis of partially ordered multi-factor designs [Click to show or hide]
25 Oct Prof John Rayner
The University of Newcastle

Smooth Tests of Fit for Gaussian Mixtures [Click to show or hide]
29 Oct Shanjeeda Shafi
The University of Newcastle

Mathematical Methods for Molecular Drug discovery and biomarker identification: towards new paradigms of drug efficacy and safety [Click to show or hide]
22 Nov James Totterdell
The University of Newcastle

Bayesian Hidden Markov Model for Homogeneous Segmentation of Heterogeneous DNA Sequences [Click to show or hide]

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