AP Central - After the Exam: Statistics Research Project

Ashley established her connection with NCAR when she was a junior at Ithaca College. Studying as a double major in Biology and Mathematics, she took on a small statistics research project about the in upstate New York using regional climate models. While preparing to present her research results for the Whalen Symposium at Ithaca College, her project advisor Dr. Tom Pfaff suggested she consider a statistics internship in CISL's SIParCS program. Dr. Pfaff knew about SIParCS through his collaboration with Doug Nychka in CISL's Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences (IMAGe). Ashley applied to SIParCS in the winter of 2009 and was selected to perform a and North American Regional Climate Change Assessment Program () data to reconstruct vertical wind profiles. Her project mentors included Dr. Steve Sain and Dr. Doug Nychka from IMAGe and Dr. Amanda Hering of CSM. Following the internship and supported by SIParCS, Ashley presented her results at the sponsored by the American Statistical Association.

MBA 8211 Data Analysis Statistics Research Project Report Outline

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Wes Johnson from the University of California at Irvine visited Geoff Jones for two weeks in December to work on the Bayesian analysis of non-gold standard diagnostic testing, in particular for multiple repeated tests. Dimitris Ballas from the University of Sheffield visited Steve, Geoff and Alasdair Noble in January to provide some input into our Official Statistics Research project linking microsimulation, multiple imputation and small-area estimation methods.

Statistical Research Projects In Project Topics For Statistics

announced the winners of two recent undergraduate-level statistics project competitions, the Undergraduate Class Project Competition and Undergraduate Statistics Research Project Competition.

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Undergraduate Statistics Research Project Competition, Honorable Mention (2014)

MATH4001, Mathematics and Statistics Research Project Part 1

The student is expected to pass the Qualifying Exam within 2 years of admittance. This examination shall consist of a term computational statistics research project supervised by a Faculty Mentor. The student will be required to prepare a written account of research work performed and its results, and offer an oral presentation before the members of the Doctoral Committee. The student will use the form entitled “Nomination of the Doctoral Committee for Qualifying Examinations for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy” (JDP 2) from San Diego State University to record the Qualifying Examination. The original form will be kept on file at CGU with a copy being kept on file at SDSU. Should a student fail the qualifying exam, one retake will be allowed.

Students to complete data collection for their statistics research project

The Undergraduate Statistics Research Project Competition (USRESP)

Winners of the Undergraduate Statistics Research Project Competition

AS3F-Statistics Research Project