The statistics division has research interests in 3 main areas: wildlife population assessment, ecological and environmental modelling, and statistical inference.

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Recent Submissions

  • Primary education in Vietnam and pupil online engagement 

    Nguyen, Quynh; Naguib, Raouf; Das, Ashish; Papathomas, Michail; Vallar, Edgar; Wickramasinghe, Nilmini; Santos, Gil Nonato; Galvez, Maria Cecilia; Nguyen, Viet (2017) - Journal article
    Purpose This paper focuses on exploring the disparities in social awareness and use of the Internet between urban and rural school children in the North of Vietnam. Approach A total of 525 pupils, aged 9 to 11 years old, ...
  • A path reconstruction method integrating dead-reckoning and position fixes applied to humpback whales 

    Wensveen, Paul J.; Thomas, Len; Miller, Patrick J O (2015-09-21) - Journal article
    BACKGROUND: Detailed information about animal location and movement is often crucial in studies of natural behaviour and how animals respond to anthropogenic activities. Dead-reckoning can be used to infer such detailed ...
  • DESNT : a poor prognosis category of human prostate cancer 

    Luca, Bogdan-Alexandru; Brewer, Daniel S.; Edwards, Dylan R.; Edwards, Sandra; Whitaker, Hayley C.; Merson, Sue; Dennis, Nening; Cooper, Rosalin A.; Hazell, Steven; Warren, Anne Y.; Eeles, Rosalind; Lynch, Andy G.; Ross-Adams, Helen; Lamb, Alastair D.; Neal, David E.; Sethia, Krishna; Mills, Robert D.; Ball, Richard Y.; Curley, Helen; Clark, Jeremy; Moulton, Vincent; Cooper, Colin S. (2017-03-06) - Journal article
    Background : A critical problem in the clinical management of prostate cancer is that it is highly heterogeneous. Accurate prediction of individual cancer behaviour is therefore not achievable at the time of diagnosis ...
  • Correlation estimation using components of Japanese candlesticks 

    Popov, Valentin Mina (2016-04-22) - Journal article
    Using the wick's difference from the classical Japanese candlestick representation of daily open, high, low, close prices brings efficiency when estimating the correlation in a bivariate Brownian motion. An interpretation ...
  • Appraising the relevance of DNA copy number loss and gain in prostate cancer using whole genome DNA sequence data 

    Camacho, Niedzica; Van Loo, Peter; Edwards, Sandra; Kay, Jonathan D.; Matthews, Lucy; Haase, Kerstin; Clark, Jeremy; Dennis, Nening; Thomas, Sarah; Kremeyer, Barbara; Zamora, Jorge; Butler, Adam P.; Gundem, Gunes; Merson, Sue; Luxton, Hayley; Hawkins, Steve; Ghori, Mohammed; Marsden, Luke; Lambert, Adam; Karaszi, Katalin; Pelvender, Gill; Massie, Charlie E.; Kote-Jarai, ZSofia; Raine, Keiran; Jones, David; Howat, William J.; Hazell, Steven; Livni, Naomi; Fisher, Cyril; Ogden, Christopher; Kumar, Pardeep; Thompson, Alan; Nicol, David; Mayer, Erik; Dudderidge, Tim; Yu, Yongwei; Zhang, Hongwei; Shah, Nimish C.; Gnanapragasam, Vincent J.; Group, The CRUK-ICGC Prostate; Isaacs, William; Visakorpi, Tapio; Hamdy, Freddie; Berney, Dan; Verrill, Clare; Warren, Anne Y.; Wedge, David C.; Lynch, Andrew G.; Foster, Christopher S.; Lu, Yong Jie; Bova, G. Steven; Whitaker, Hayley C.; McDermott, Ultan; Neal, David E.; Eeles, Rosalind; Cooper, Colin S.; Brewer, Daniel S. (2017-09-25) - Journal article
    A variety of models have been proposed to explain regions of recurrent somatic copy number alteration (SCNA) in human cancer. Our study employs Whole Genome DNA Sequence (WGS) data from tumor samples (n = 103) to comprehensively ...

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