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- Bayesian aggregation of average data: An application in drug development. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2018. 12:1583-1604 .
- Using Stacking to Average Bayesian Predictive Distributions (with Discussion). Bayesian Analysis 2018. 13:917-1003 .
- Rejoinder. International Statistical Review 2017. 85:43-45 .
- Comment: Consensus Monte Carlo using expectation propagation. Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics 2017. 31:692-696 .
- Incorporating the sampling design in weighting adjustments for panel attrition. Statistics in Medicine 2015. 34:3637-3647 .
- Difficulty of selecting among multilevel models using predictive accuracy. Statistics and Its Interface 2015. 8:153-160 .
- Bayesian Nonparametric Weighted Sampling Inference. Bayesian Analysis 2015. 10:605-625 .
- Working through some issues. Significance 2015. 12:33-35 .
- Hierarchical models for estimating state and demographic trends in US death penalty public opinion. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society) 2015. 178:1-28 .
- How Bayesian Analysis Cracked the Red-State, Blue-State Problem. Statistical Science 2014. 29:26-35 .
- Statistical Graphics for Survey Weights. Revista Colombiana de Estadística 2014. 37:285-295 .
- Strength under pressure/A world without statistics. Significance 2014. 11:44-47 .
- Rejoinder to discussion of ‘Philosophy and the practice of Bayesian statistics’. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology 2013. 66:76-80 .
- Philosophy and the practice of Bayesian statistics. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology 2013. 66:8-38 .
- Inherent difficulties of non-Bayesian likelihood-based inference, as revealed by an examination of a recent book by Aitkin. Statistics & Decisions 2013. 30:105-120 .
- Two simple examples for understanding posterior p-values whose distributions are far from unform. Electronic Journal of Statistics 2013. 7:2595-2602 .
- Correction: Should the Democrats move to the left on economic policy?. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2013. 7:1248-1248 .
- Estimating partisan bias of the electoral college under proposed changes in elector apportionment. Statistics, Politics and Policy 2013. 4:1-13 .
- Charles Murray’s coming apart and the measurement of social and political divisions. Statistics, Politics and Policy 2013. 4:70-81 .
- Going beyond the book: towards critical reading in statistics teaching. Teaching Statistics 2012. 34:82-86 .
- Why tables are really much better than graphs (Pkg: p3-40). Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 2011. 20:3-7 .
- Tables as graphs: the Ramanujan principle. Significance 2011. 8:- .
- Statistical graphics: Making information clear -- and beautiful. Significance 2011. 8:135-137 .
- Open data and open methods. CHANCE 2011. 24:51-53 .
- Bayesian Statistical Pragmatism. Statistical Science 2011. 26:10-11 .
- Multiple imputation with diagnostics (mi) in R: Opening windows in the black box. Journal of Statistical Software 2011. 45:NA-NA .
- Reply to comments on ``Why tables are really much better than graphs'' (2011V20 p3-7) (Pkg: p3-40). Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 2011. 20:36-40 .
- Bayesian statistical pragmatism (Pkg: p10-20). Statistical Science 2011. 26:10-11 .
- Voting by education in 2008. CHANCE 2010. 23:8-8 .
- Adaptively scaling the metropolis algorithm using expected squared jumped distance. Statistica Sinica 2010. 20:343-364 .
- Bayesian Statistics Then and Now. Statistical Science 2010. 25:162-165 .
- Prior distributions for Bayesian data analysis in political science. .
- Comment on ``The search for certainty: A critical assessment'' (2010V5 p213-222) (Pkg: p213-236). Bayesian Analysis 2010. 5:229-232 .
- Comment on ``The future of indirect evidence'' (2010V25 p145-#57)(Pkg: p145-171). Statistical Science 2010. 25:162-165 .
- A snapshot of the 2008 election. Statistics, Politics and Policy 2010. 1:NA-NA .
- Bayes, Jeffreys, Prior Distributions and the Philosophy of Statistics (Pkg: p176-194). Statistical Science 2009. 24:176-178 .
- Comment. The American Statistician 2009. 63:114-114 .
- Comment on ``The BUGS project: Evolution, critique and future directions'' (Pkg: p3049-3082). Statistics in Medicine 2009. 28:3070-3072 .
- Handling survey case weights in model-based methods. .
- Bayes, Jeffreys, Prior Distributions and the Philosophy of Statistics. Statistical Science 2009. 24:176-178 .
- Comments on ‘The BUGS project: Evolution, critique and future directions’†. Statistics in Medicine 2009. 28:3070-3072 .
- Splitting a Predictor at the Upper Quarter or Third and the Lower Quarter or Third. The American Statistician 2009. 63:1-8 .
- A weakly informative default prior distribution for logistic and other regression models. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2008. 2:1360-1383 .
- Objections to Bayesian statistics (Pkg: P445-478). Bayesian Analysis 2008. 3:445-450 .
- Teaching Bayes to Graduate Students in Political Science, Sociology, Public Health, Education, Economics, .... The American Statistician 2008. 62:202-205 .
- A weakly informative default prior distribution for logistic and other regression models. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2008. 2:1360-1383 .
- Should the Democrats move to the left on economic policy?. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2008. 2:536-549 .
- Comment on ``Weighting and prediction in sample surveys'' (Pkg:p147-194). Calcutta Statistical Association Bulletin 2008. 60:168-169 .
- Scaling regression inputs by dividing by two standard deviations. Statistics in Medicine 2008. 27:2865-2873 .
- Should the Democrats move to the left on economic policy?. The Annals of Applied Statistics 2008. 2:536-549 .
- Using Redundant Parameterizations to Fit Hierarchical Models. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 2008. 17:95-122 .
- Rejoinder. Biometrical Journal 2008. 50:1096-1097 .
- Estimating Incumbency Advantage and Its Variation, as an Example of a Before–After Study. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2008. 103:437-446 .
- Reply to comments on ``Objections to Bayesian statistics'' (Pkg: P445-478). Bayesian Analysis 2008. 3:467-478 .
- Diagnostics for multivariate imputations. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 2008. 57:273-291 .
- Objections to Bayesian statistics. Bayesian Analysis 2008. 3:445-449 .
- Comment: Bayesian Checking of the Second Levels of Hierarchical Models. Statistical Science 2007. 22:349-352 .
- Rejoinder: Struggles with Survey Weighting and Regression Modeling. Statistical Science 2007. 22:184-188 .
- AVERAGE PREDICTIVE COMPARISONS FOR MODELS WITH NONLINEARITY, INTERACTIONS, AND VARIANCE COMPONENTS. Sociological Methodology 2007. 37:23-51 .
- Weight loss, self-experimentation, and web trials: A conversation. CHANCE 2007. 20:59-63 .
- Letters to the editor. CHANCE 2007. 20:6-7 .
- Evaluation of multilevel decision trees. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 2007. 137:1151-1160 .
- Struggles with Survey Weighting and Regression Modeling. Statistical Science 2007. 22:153-164 .
- A catch-22 in assigning primary delegates. CHANCE 2007. 20:6-7 .
- Comment on ``Bayesian Checking of the Second Levels of Hierarchical Models'' (Pkg: p322-367). Statistical Science 2007. 22:349-352 .
- An Analysis of the New York City Police Department's "Stop-and-Frisk" Policy in the Context of Claims of Racial Bias. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2007. 102:813-823 .
- Reply to comments on ``Struggles with Survey Weighting and Regression Modeling'' (Pkg: p153-188). Statistical Science 2007. 22:184-188 .
- Manipulating and summarizing posterior simulations using random variable objects. Statistics and Computing 2007. 17:235-244 .
- Weighted Classical Variogram Estimation for Data With Clustering. Technometrics 2007. 49:184-194 .
- The boxer, the wrestler, and the coin flip: A paradox of robust Bayesian inference and belief functions. The American Statistician 2006. 60:146-150 .
- How many people do you know in prison?: Using overdispersion in count data to estimate social structure in networks. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2006. 101:409-423 .
- Validation of software for Bayesian models using posterior quantiles. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 2006. 15:675-692 .
- Comment on article by van Dyk et al. Bayesian Analysis 2006. 1:237-240 .
- Comment on ``A comparison of Bayesian and likehood-based methods for fitting mutilevel models" (Pkg: p473-550). Bayesian Analysis 2006. 1:515-534 .
- Bayesian measures of explained variance and pooling in multilevel (hierarchical) models. Technometrics 2006. 48:241-251 .
- Prior distributions for variance parameters in hierarchical models (comment on article by Browne and Draper). Bayesian Analysis 2006. 1:515-534 .
- The difference between "significant" and "not significant" is not itself statistically significant. The American Statistician 2006. 60:328-331 .
- Multilevel (hierarchical) modeling: What it can and cannot do. Technometrics 2006. 48:432-435 .
- A course on teaching statistics at the university level. The American Statistician 2005. 59:4-7 .
- Comment: Fuzzy and Bayesian P-values and U-values. Statistical Science 2005. 20:380-381 .
- Analysis of variance—why it is more important than ever. The Annals of Statistics 2005. 33:1-53 .
- Multiple imputation for model checking: Completed-data plots with missing and latent data. Biometrics 2005. 61:74-85 .
- Probabilistic feature analysis of facial perception of emotions. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 2005. 54:781-793 .
- R2WinBUGS: A package for running WinBUGS from R. Journal of Statistical Software 2005. 12:1-16 .
- Direct data manipulation for local decision analysis as applied to the problem of arsenic in drinking water from tube wells in Bangladesh. Risk Analysis 2004. 24:1597-1612 .
- Using image and curve registration for measuring the goodness of fit of spatial and temporal predictions. Biometrics 2004. 60:954-964 .
- 55,000 residents desperately need your help!. CHANCE 2004. 17:28-31 .
- Bayesian analysis of serial dilution assays. Biometrics 2004. 60:407-417 .
- Measures of explained variance and pooling in multilevel models. .
- Parameterization and Bayesian modeling. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2004. 99:537-545 .
- Exploratory data analysis for complex models. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 2004. 13:755-779 .
- Regression modeling and Meta-analysis for decision making: A cost-benefit analysis of incentives in telephone surveys. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 2003. 21:213-225 .
- A Bayesian Formulation of Exploratory Data Analysis and Goodness-of-fit Testing†. International Statistical Review 2003. 71:369-382 .
- A Bayesian approach to the selection and testing of mixture models. Statistica Sinica 2003. 13:423-442 .
- A Bayesian formulation of exploratory data analysis and goodness-of-fit testing. International Statistical Review 2003. 71:369-382 .
- A method for estimating design-based sampling variances for surveys with weighting, poststratification, and raking. Journal of Official Statistics 2003. 19:133-151 .
- A probability model for golf putting. Teaching Statistics 2002. 24:93-95 .
- Voting, fairness, and political representation. CHANCE 2002. 15:22-26 .
- The mathematics and statistics of voting power. Statistical Science 2002. 17:420-435 .
- Let's practice what we preach: Turning tables into graphs. The American Statistician 2002. 56:121-130 .
- Prior distribution. .
- Posterior distribution. .
- A probability model for golf putting. Teaching Statistics 2002. 24:93-95 .
- You can load a die, but you can't bias a coin. The American Statistician 2002. 56:308-311 .
- Models, assumptions and model checking in ecological regressions. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society) 2001. 164:101-118 .
- Bayesian inference with probability matrix decomposition models. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 2001. 26:153-179 .
- Models, assumptions and model checking in ecological regressions (Pkg: p101-139). Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A: Statistics in Society 2001. 164:101-118 .
- A case study on the choice, interpretation and checking of multilevel models for longitudinal binary outcomes. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2001. 2:397-416 .
- Poststratification without population level information on the poststratifying variable with application to political polling. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2001. 96:1-11 .
- Should we take measurements at an intermediate design point?. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2000. 1:27-34 .
- Some class-participation demonstrations for introductory probability and statistics. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 2000. 25:84-100 .
- Bayesian probabilistic extensions of a deterministic classification model. Computational Statistics 2000. 15:355-371 .
- Should we take measurements at an intermediate design point?. Biostatistics (Oxford) 2000. 1:27-34 .
- Type S error rates for classical and Bayesian single and multiple comparison procedures. Computational Statistics 2000. 15:373-390 .
- Comment on ``Optimization transfer using surrogate objective functions'' (Pkg: p1-59). Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 2000. 9:49-51 .
- A method for quantifying artefacts in mapping methods illustrated by application to headbanging. Statistics in Medicine 2000. 19:2309-2320 .
- Diagnostic checks for discrete data regression models using posterior predictive simulations. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 2000. 49:247-268 .
- Reply to comments on ``Analysis of local decisions using hierarchical modeling, applied to home radon measurement and remediation'' (Pkg: p305-337). Statistical Science 1999. 14:333-337 .
- Analysis of Local Decisions Using Hierarchical Modeling, Applied to Home Radon Measurement and Remediation. Statistical Science 1999. 14:305-337 .
- Comment on ``A critique of the Bayesian information criterion for model selection''. Sociological Methods & Research 1999. 27:403-410 .
- All maps of parameter estimates are misleading. Statistics in Medicine 1999. 18:3221-3234 .
- Analysis of local decisions using hierarchical modeling, applied to home Radon measurement and remediation. Statistical Science 1999. 14:305-337 .
- Analysis of local decisions using hierarchical modeling, applied to home Radon measurement and remediation (Pkg: p305-337). Statistical Science 1999. 14:305-328 .
- Markov chain Monte Carlo in practice: A roundtable discussion. The American Statistician 1998. 52:93-100 .
- Simulating normalizing constants: from importance sampling to bridge sampling to path sampling. Statistical Science 1998. 13:163-185 .
- General methods for monitoring convergence of iterative simulations. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 1998. 7:434-455 .
- Student projects on statistical literacy and the media. The American Statistician 1998. 52:160-166 .
- Estimating the probability of events that have never occurred: When is your vote decisive?. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1998. 93:1-9 .
- Modelling differential nonresponse in sample surveys. Sankhyā, Series B 1998. 60:101-126 .
- Simulating normalizing constants: from importance sampling to bridge sampling to path sampling. Statistical Science 1998. 13:163-185 .
- Some issues for monitoring convergence of iterative simulations. .
- Some class-participation demonstrations for decision theory and Bayesian statistics. The American Statistician 1998. 52:167-174 .
- Reply to comments on ``Not asked and not answered: Multiple imputation for multiple surveys''. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1998. 93:869-874 .
- Not asked and not answered: Multiple imputation for multiple surveys (C/R: p858-874). Journal of the American Statistical Association 1998. 93:846-857 .
- Poststratification into many categories using hierarchical logistic regression. Survey Methodology 1997. 23:127-135 .
- Poststratification into many categories using hierarchical logistic regression. Techniques d'Enquête 1997. 23:135-145 .
- Using exams for teaching concepts in probability and statistics. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 1997. 22:237-243 .
- Comment on ``Analysis of nonrandomly censored ordered categorical longitudinal data from analgesic trials''. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1997. 92:1248-1250 .
- Posterior predictive assessment of model fitness via realized discrepancies (Disc: p760-807). Statistica Sinica 1996. 6:733-760 .
- Bayesian model-building by pure thought: Some principles and examples. Statistica Sinica 1996. 6:215-232 .
- Physiological pharmacokinetic analysis using population modeling and informative prior distributions. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1996. 91:1400-1412 .
- Markov chain Monte Carlo methods in biostatistics. Statistical Methods in Medical Research 1996. 5:339-355 .
- Reply to comments on ``Posterior predictive assessment of model fitness via realized discrepancies''. Statistica Sinica 1996. 6:796-807 .
- Method of moments using Monte Carlo simulation. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 1995. 4:36-54 .
- Comment on ``A probabilistic model for the spatial distribution of party support in multiparty electorates''. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1994. 89:1198-1198 .
- Comment on ``Backcalculation of HIV infection rates''. Statistical Science 1993. 8:104-106 .
- Characterizing a joint probability distribution by conditionals (Corr: 1999V61 p483). Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B: Statistical Methodology 1993. 55:185-188 .
- [Backcalculation of HIV Infection Rates]: Comment: Assessing Uncertainty in Backprojection. Statistical Science 1993. 8:104-106 .
- Reply to comments on ``Inference from iterative simulation using multiple sequences''. Statistical Science 1992. 7:503-511 .
- [Practical Markov Chain Monte Carlo]: Rejoinder: Replication without Contrition. Statistical Science 1992. 7:503-511 .
- Inference from Iterative Simulation Using Multiple Sequences. Statistical Science 1992. 7:457-472 .
- Iterative and non-iterative simulation algorithms. .
- Inference from iterative simulation using multiple sequences (Disc: p483-501, 503-511). Statistical Science 1992. 7:457-472 .
- A note on bivariate distributions that are conditionally normal. The American Statistician 1991. 45:125-126 .
- Estimating the electoral consequences of legislative redistricting. Journal of the American Statistical Association 1990. 85:274-282 .
- Estimating incumbency advantage without bias. American Journal of Political Science 1990. 34:1142-1164 .
- Electoral responsiveness in U.S. congressional elections, 1946-1986. .