Tom Leonard - The Life of a Bayesian Boy    

 

KEY WORDS AND PHRASES
 

History of Statistics, History of Bayesian Statistics, Rev. Thomas Bayes, David R. Cox, Sir Ronald Fisher, Fisherian, George E.P. Box, Owen Davies, Agnes Herzberg, Anne F.S. Mitchell, Jim Douglas, Adrian F.M. Smith, Allan Birnbaum, Jack Good, shrinkage estimators, cryptanalysis, Grace Wahba, Jim Berger, Likelihood Principle, Wing Wong, Kam Wah Tsui, John S.J. Hsu, Tom Y.M. Tsui, Christian Ritter, Dennis V. Lindley, Mervyn Stone, Patricia M. E. Altham, Mike Titterington,  Hirotugu Akaike, Michael Goldstein, Linear Bayes estimates, Colin J. Stevens, Kalman filter, P. Jeffrey Harrison, Catastrophe theory, Christopher Zeeman, Isaac Dyner, Peter R. Freeman, Rodney Brooks, Experimental Design, Egon Pearson, Karl Pearson, Florence David, Ralph Bradley, skewed-normal distribution, Frank Edgeworth, Abimbola Sylvester Young, Ben Torsney, Jim McNicol, Derek Teather, Daruish Haghighi-Talab, convolution semi-groups, William J. Feller, Markov Decision Processes, Sheldon Ross, Stochastic Control Theory, Masanao Aoki, Bayes’ tomb. James M. Dickey, Jim Zidek, Jim Press, Jim Bondar, Jim Low, Jay Kadane, Bruce Hill, Louis Broekhoven, Arnold Zellner, Bayesian Econometrics. Bradley Efron, bootstap, Irwin Guttman, Carl Morris, Nan Laird, EM algorithm, Wen Chen Wen, Bob Hogg, Art Dempster, George Tiao, David De Mets, Biostatistics, Jose Bernardo, Bayesian Valencia conferences, Peter Green, Robin Reed, Mike West, Bayesian forecasting, Tony O’Hagan, J. Keith Ord, Janice Derr, Granville Tunnicliffe-Wilson, Jack Butterworth, Richard L. Johnson, Norman Draper, Sue Leurgans, Doug Bates, Toby Mitchell, James Wendelberger, Joanne Wendelberger, Steve Stigler, Alan Agresti, Alan Izenman, STATLAB, Colin Aitken, Crystal Donnelly, Bruce Worton, David V. Hinkley, Robert B. Miller, Jim Hickman, Frank Baker, Frank M. Lord, Melvyn R. Novick, Robert J. Mislevy, Educational Testing Service, Paul Jackson, Nick Polson, Toby Mitchell, Brian Yandell, Dennis Lin, Sharon Lohr, Finbarr O’Sullivan,  KyungMann Kim, J.J. Shiau, Taskin Altigan, Gouri Bhattacharyya, Jim Q. Smith, A. Philip Dawid, James A. Koutsky, Angelika van der Linde, ISBA, Orestis Papasouliotis, Mohamed Madi, Rob Kempton, John C. Duffy, Jan Ondrich, Elizabeth Rose Sanders, Neil Gandal, Tim Read, George Barnard, Peter J. Lenk, Daniel Thorburn, Jeff C.F. Wu, Richard L. Brown, Terry Speed, Bruce Weir, O.J. Simpson, Ian Evett, British Forensic Science Service, prior informative density estimation, prior likelihood, non-homogeneous Poisson process, Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process, Pelican crossing data, chondrite meteor data, Laplacian approximations, smoothing splines, matrix exponential, matrix logarithmic model, multiple time series in econometrics, spatial processes in econometrics, M-group regression, Robin Plackett, ridge regression, Hoerl and Kennard. Bayesian categorical data analysis, logit/ first stage normal prior approach, semi-parametric logistic regression, contingency tables, shrinkage estimators, Dirichlet-Dirichlet, Dirichlet Process, Bayes factors, AIC, DIC, David Spiegelhalter, Mark Steel, Deborah Ashby, MCMC, Alan Gelfand,  psychometrics, item response theory, halibut, Philip J. Smith, Pacific Halibut Commission, fetal metabolic acidosis, intrauterine growth retarded babies, Wisconsin substance abuse questionnaire, conjoint substance abuse questionnaire, animal breeding, Daniel Gianola, genetics, factor analysis, Shin Ichi Makeyewa, paternity testing, Jim Crow,  radial basis networks in A.I., Mark Orr, statistics in geophysics, earthquakes and oilwells, Ian Main, Kes Heffer, geology, Mid-Continental Rift, Jon Nyquist, geological layers, Dennis Kerr, meta-analysis, acute otitis media, contralateral otis media, Madison colon cancer data, obstructive sleep apnoea, bipolar disorder, MORSE, ICI, BP, Army Math Research Center, MRC, Michael Hamada, nuclear silos, John Nohel, gay discrimination in the military, Koutsky’s hypothesis, forensic statistics, BIOSS, DNA evidence, De Finetti axioms, coherence, inductive modelling, Savage axioms, Maurice Allais, Sure thing principle, Amazing Coincidences, Alan Vaughan, Gravity’s Rainbow, Thomas Pynchon.

 
 
 
 
 
  © Thomas Hoskyns Leonard, 2012 - 2013