johnramey

Don't think. Compute.

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My name is John Ramey, and I am a Ph.D. student in Statistics at Baylor University. You can view my departmental profile here. My research interests are statistical pattern recognition, machine learning, computational statistics, and high-dimensional statistics.  I’m also very interested in some areas of “pure mathematics”, specifically modern linear algebra. My background also includes computer science and software development.

This site’s focus is on mathematics and statistics with a primary emphasis on my research interests. Many posts also will be made about R as well as more routine data analyses. These include Bayesian and classical statistics methods. The goal here is to increase my exposure to topics that either we did not cover in class, ignored in class (due to say a professor’s personal bias towards a method), or that we glossed over with little depth. Feedback on my analyses is much appreciated because I am trying to increase my experience and to improve my trade.

My personal website is located here. I use it primarily as a platform to stay in touch with my family and friends.

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December 26th, 2010 at 4:29 am

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