**** ORGANIZATIONS, POSITIONS **** President, International Astrostatistics Association (2012-2015) (IAA) Chair, Section on Sports Statistics, American Statistical Association Chair, ISI Astrostatistics Committee Co-ordinating Editor, Cambridge Series on Predictive Analytics Editor-in-Chief, Springer Series on Astrostatistics. Co-Editor, Astrostatistics and Astroinformatics Portal (ASAIP), Penn State Univ. **** ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS **** Solar System Ambassador, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, CalTech (since 2007) Adjunct Prof of Statistics, Arizona State Univ. (since 1992) Emeritus Prof., Univ. of Hawaii (retired 1990). Faculty, Institute for Statistical Education (Statistics.com). Teach 5 courses: Logistic Regression, Advanced Logistic Regression, Modeling Count Data, Generalized Linear Models, Modeling Longitudinal and Panel Data ** STATISTICAL/ASTRONOMICAL COMMITTEES (current)** Elected Fellow, American Statistical Association (ASA) Elected Member, International Statistical Institute (ISI) Fellow, Royal Statistical Society (RSS) Full Member, American Astronomical Society (AAS) Member, Institute of Mathematical Statistics Member, Bernoulli Society Member, Meteoritical Society Member, American Institute of Physics Member, Royal Astronomical Society STATPROB - ON-LINE ENCYCLOPEDIA SPONSORED BY THE LEADING STATISTICAL & PROBABILITY ASSOCIATIONS --(www.statprob.com): Logistic Regression; Modeling Count Data; Generalized Linear Models. **** AUTHOR: BOOKS ON STATISTICS SINCE 2001 **** Hilbe (2007,2011), "Negative Binomial Regression", 2 editions, Cambridge University Press (572 p) Hilbe (2009), "Logistic Regression Models", Chapman & Hall/CRC (656 p) Hilbe (2009), Solution Guide to Logistic Regression Models, Chapman & Hall/CRC (184 p) Hilbe & Robinson (2013), "Methods of Statistical Model Estimmation", Chapman & Hall/CRC (237 p) Hardin & Hilbe (2001, 2007, 2012), "Generalized Linear Models and Extensions", 3 editions, Stata-Chapman & Hall/CRC (479 p) Hardin & Hilbe (2002, 2012), "Generalized Estimating Equations", 2nd ed, Chapman & Hall/CRC (277 p) Zuur, Hilbe, Eleno (2013), "Beginner's Guide to GLM and GLMM with R: A frequentist and Bayesian perspective for ecology", Highland http://www.highstat.com/BGGLM.htm Muenchen & Hilbe (2010), "R for Stata Users", Springer (524 p) Hilbe (2012), "Astrostatistical Challenges for the New Astronomy", Springer (248 p) Shults & Hilbe (2014), "Quasi-least Squares Regression", Chapman & Hall/CRC (221 p) GO TO WEB PAGE FOR ADDED INFORMATION: https://dbe.med.upenn.edu/biostat-research/Book-QLS Hilbe (2014), "Modeling Count Data", Cambridge University Press FINISHED - IN PRODUCTION Publication due May 2014) Miner, Bolding, Hilbe, et al,"Practical Predictive Analytics and Decisioning Systems in Medicine", Elsevier FINISHED - IN PRODUCTION due July 2014 *** FORTHCOMING BOOKS: IN PREPARATION *** Hilbe, "Logistic Regression Models", 2nd edition, Chapman & Hall/CRC (mid 2015) =============================================== --------***********************------------- SIGN-UP IN AT THE TOP OF THE RIGHT COLUMN TO GET EMAIL NOTIFICATIONS I SEND ABOUT UPDATES TO ERRATA, E-BOOKS, COMPUTER CODE, ETC. NOTICE: I have no objection for my personal photograph to be used on another academic or informational web site. I have been asked this several times, so such use is hereby granted. Stat/Transfer 12 now out. Fantastic software for converting data between statistical packages. I highly recommend. www.stattransfer.com The SECOND (shows 5th in book) PRINTING of Negative Binomial Regression, 2nd edition was published in May 2012. The 1st printing sold out before the 2nd printing was ready. All of the errata given in the "NBR2 Errata & Comments" were corrected, and several major sections of the book were re-written. Also, references to newly written software and methods are provided. Download "Negative Binomial Regression Extensions" for additional R, Stata, and SAS functions and scripts. R data files, functions, and scripts used in the book are located in the "COUNT" package, that can be downloaded from R's CRAN web site. ******************NOTICE****************** Hilbe and Robinson, METHODS OF STATISTICAL MODEL ESTIMATION, Chapman & Hall/CRC was published 28 May, 2013. Check out details: http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781439858028 or on Amazon. R data files, function and scripts used in book are located in the "msme" package on CRAN, Including the "nbinomial" function, an enhanced negative binomial regression function with direct parameterization of the mean and dispersion parameter the default. Pearson Chi2 and dispersion statistic also displayed in addition to standard glm.nb output. Optional parameterization of the dispersion parameter as well; ie. heterogeneous NB. ****************NEW BOOK********************** Zuur, Hilbe, and Ieno, A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO GLM AND GLMM WITH R: a frequentist and Bayesian Perspective for ecologists", Highlands Statistics, was published 10 June,2013 in paperback. UK and US warehouse sites. Using ecological examples, the ~274 page book shows readers how to use R and JAGS to model GLMs and GLMMs. JAGS is used from within R after installing the "R2jags" package from CRAN. It is a full fledged Bayesian modeling facility, and works from within R as any other package. Focus on GLM-GLMM frequentist and Bayesian Bernoulli, binomial, Poisson, negative binomial, and beta binomial models. I highly recommend the book. Go to ***** http://www.highstat.com/BGGLM.htm ***** for details and ordering. Online access to other books and complete code included. ****************NEW BOOK********************** Shults and Hilbe, QUASI-LEAST SQUARES REGRESSION, Chapman & Hall/CRC. Publish end January 2014. 221 pages. QLS is an extension to GEE methodology, which is particularly useful for modeling otherwise infeasible GEE models. This is the founding text on the subject, which has been finding use in the health and medical fields. Every facet of the methodology is discussed, with host of worked out examples. Stata is used for examples, as well as R, SAS and Matlab. See the following web site hosted by Justine Shults -- https://dbe.med.upenn.edu/biostat-research/Book-QLS MODELING COUNT DATA (Cambridge University Press) is to be published in paperback. Due to be published in early May 2014. Cost: lists for $34, but already pre-sale prices at under $30. Book is a guidelines for analysts on how to select,construct, interpret and evaluate the full range of count models. Full working Stata, R and SAS code provided in book, and on this website. Several new models provided. A truly applied count models book.
Negative Binomial Regression 2nd edition
NBR2 Errata and Comments (2012)
Errata and Comments for Negative Binomial Regression, 2nd edition
Errata and Comments for 2nd printing of NBR2, 2nd edition. Previous errata from first printing...
Negative Binomial Regression Extensions is an e-book extension of Negative Binomial Regression, 2nd edition, with...
NBR2 Stata Data Files (2011)
Stata Data files for Negative Binomial Regression, 2nd edition
Logistic Regression Models
Stata Ado-Do files for Logistic Regression Models
Stata Data Files for LRM (2011)
Stata data files for Logsitic Regression Models
LRM R data files (2011)
R data files for Logistic Regression Models
International Astrostatistics Association
Overview of the history, purpose, Council and officers of the International Astrostatistics Association (IAA)
Risk, Odds, and their Ratios (2011)
A brief monograph explaining the meaning of the terms, risk, risk ratio, odds, and odds...
The creation of synthetic models allows a researcher to better understand models as well as...
Creation of Synthetic Discrete Response Regression Models, Stata Journal (2010)
The development and use of synthetic regression models has proven to assist statisticians in better...
A basic overview of how to model and interpret a logistic regression model, as well...
Beta Binomial Regression (2013)
Monograph on how to construct, interpret and evaluate beta, beta binomial, and zero inflated beta-binomial...
Derivation of a scaled binomial as an instance of a general discrete exponential distribution (1994)
Generalized Linear Models: Software Implementation and the Structure of a General Power-link based GLM Algorithm (1993)
Generalized linear modeling (GLM) is currently undergoing a renaissance. The number of software packages offering...
The negative binomial (NB) is a member of the exponential family of discrete probability distributions....
Statistical Software Review
Modeling Future Record Performances in Athletics, Journal of the American Statistical Association (2009)
Philosophy and Logic
Paper I delivered at the IVth International Congress for Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science...
Generalized Linear Models and Extensions 3rd Edition
GLME3 ado and do files (116 in total)
GLME3 Data and AdoDo Files (2012)
A listing of Data Sets and Stata software commands and do files in GLME3 book
Generalized Estimating Equations, 2nd Ed
GEE-2 R Data Files (2013)
Generalized Estimating Equations, 2nd edition Publsihed: 10 December, 2012 R Data Files
Generalized Estimating Equations, 2nd edition Published: 10 December, 2012 R scripts and functions
GEE-2 Stata Data Files (2013)
Generalized Estimating Equations, 2nd edition Published: 10 December, 2012 Datasets
Errata and Comments for: Generalized Estimating Equations, 2nd Ed (with James W. Hardin) (2013)
Errata and Comments for Hardin & Hilbe, Generalized Estimating Equations, 2nd ed (published 10 Dec,...
Methods of Statistical Model Estimation
ERRATA and COMMENTS for Methods of Statistical Model Estimation (with Andew P. Robinson) (2014)
Errata and comments for Hilbe and Robinson's Methods of Statistical Model Estimation, Chapman & Hall/CRC...