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John Buonaccorsi, Erin Conlon, Krista J Gile, Joseph Horowitz, H. K. Hsieh, Daeyoung Kim, Michael Lavine, Anna Liu, John Staudenmayer
Faculty in statistics have a range of interests from theoretical, to methodological, to applied. We regularly consult and collaborate with our colleagues throughout the university and participate in multidisciplinary research. We offer a statistics concentration for undergraduate math majors, a Masters degree, and a statistics specialization for PhD students. The Monday afternoon statistics seminar features both theoretical and applied talks and internal and external speakers.Research Areas
Bayesian statistics: Erin Conlon, Michael Lavine
Bioinformatics and biostatistics: John Buonaccorsi, Erin Conlon, Anna Liu, John Staudenmayer
Computational statistics: Krista J Gile, Daeyoung Kim
Estimating equations: Daeyoung Kim
Finite mixture models: Daeyoung Kim
Foundations: John Buonaccorsi, Krista J Gile, Michael Lavine
Linear models: John Buonaccorsi, H. K. Hsieh
Measurement error models: John Buonaccorsi, John Staudenmayer
Mixed models and smoothing: Daeyoung Kim, Anna Liu, John Staudenmayer
Network Analysis and Sampling: Krista J Gile
Quantitative ecology: John Buonaccorsi, Michael Lavine
Reliability and survival analysis: H. K. Hsieh
Social Science Statistics: Krista J Gile
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Statistical Consulting and Collaboration Services
Who we are
SCCS provides statistical consulting and collaboration to researchers at UMass, the Five Colleges, and elsewhere, through individual meetings and support for interdisciplinary research projects. The SCCS staff are statistics faculty and students at UMass and the Five Colleges.
SCCS welcomes researchers who have collected data and would like help finding effective analyses. However, SCCS strongly encourages collaboration early in the planning stages of a research project whenever possible.
Who we serveWe serve researchers from UMass, the Five Colleges, local governments, non-profits, and external, for-profit entities. We serve both faculty and students who are conducting research. We do not assist students with homework.
Our ratesOur rates depend on the type of researcher.
Group A: from UMass, the Five Colleges, local governments, non-profits.
Group B: from external, for-profit entities.
Our rates also depend on the type of statistical collaborator.