Keith A. Baggerly

Assistant Professor of Statistics

Ph. D. (1994) Rice University

Nonparametric Likelihoods, Experimental Design, Information Theory, Monte Carlo methods, Resampling.

My primary research interests are in the area of computationally intensive statistical methods, which allow for more accurate inferences at the cost of greater amounts of increasingly cheap computer time. Prior to joining the faculty at Rice, I was a member of the Statistics Group. of the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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  • Stat 310:Probability and Statistics (Fall 99)
  • Stat 410:Statistical Computing and Linear Models

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