email: edwards "at" stat "dot" sc "dot" edu
I have been fortunate to have been involved in the development of the Elementary
Statistics Laboratory, a laboratory course to complement elementary statistics
courses offered here at USC and elsewhere, developed under support of the National
Science Foundation. It has made me a firm believer in the doctrine of learning by
doing. I am also currently on the National Council of Mu Sigma Rho,
the National Honorary Society for Statistics. If you would like more information
on Mu Sigma Rho, click here.
I love the diversity of application of statistics. Much of my research has
involved statistical methods for simultaneous inference in a variety of forms and settings.
I am also fortunate to have interfered with the research of a number of fine ecologists
and environmental scientists. I have a growing new interest in statistical methods for
Medicare Fraud investigations, and in the measurement of agreement in subjective
judging scenarios. For more details on my work in these and other areas,
click here to see a recent
Vita (requires Acrobat 4.0) .
If you are interested in the minimum-sum method for Medicare investigations,
feel free to download the base R and/or SAS
programs needed to compute lower confidence bounds for the number of universe items in error
(adapted from Edwards et al. 2005 Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology).
The views and opinions expressed in this page and its links are strictly those of the page author(s). The contents of these pages have not been reviewed or approved by the University of South Carolina.
Don Edwards (firstname.lastname@example.org) is responsible for maintainance of this homepage, which has URL http://www.stat.sc.edu/~edwards.