Some of our work from the past year

January 1, 2018

(This article was originally published at Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science, and syndicated at StatsBlogs.)

Our published papers are listed here in approximate reverse chronological order (including some unexpected items such as a review of a book on international relations), and our unpublished papers are here. (Many but not all of the unpublished papers will eventually end up in the “published” category.)

No new books this year except for the second edition of my Teaching Statistics book with Deb Nolan. Also relevant for teaching purposes are our recent articles in Slate.

If you like the give-and-take of discussion, you can go back and read the past 400 or so blog entries. Thanks as always for all of you who write the thoughtful comments that make this such a wonderful place to learn.

Finally, a lot of our work has gone into Stan and hasn’t been formulated as research papers, but you can see the Stan forums to get a sense of some of the things that have been going on, or you could do a diff on the Stan manual, or take a look at the Stan case studies. I didn’t write Stan but I’ve been a frequent user.

We get a lot of research funding from many different sources (see here for a partial list), so it’s only fair that we share as much as we can with all of you.

Happy new year, and thanks again for all the thoughtful and lively discussion!

P.S. Here are the articles from 2017:



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