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Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath, Bath, BA2 7AY UNITED KINGDOM
I got my B.A. in Mathematics (1982) and Diploma in Mathematical Statistics (1983) from the University of Cambridge. I have a PhD in Statistics (1987) from the Department of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley. I used to work at the Department of Statistics, University of Michigan (1987-2006).
I’ve written some books:
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My research is on the interface between the theory and application of Statistics. I have worked on a wide range of statistical problems ranging over astronomy, athletics, concrete, cosmetics, fungicides, fuel filters, marketing of cars, obesity and schizophrenia. I have also served as a consultant to industry on statistical issues.
Changes in peak river flows in Great Britain. Expect more flooding!
When small data beats big data. More is not always better.
Confidence bands for smoothness in nonparametric regression. You can read about why the standard confidence bands are not so helpful and look at some confidence bands for smoothness
Read about classifying light curves in astronomy
Does data splitting improve prediction? - yes, sometimes it does!
I’ve worked on functional data analysis for applications in ergonomics and biomechanics. These methods have been used in vehicle and workplace design.