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A Useful Algebraic System of Statistical Models, May 2013.
A Peer-based Model of Fat-tailed Outcomes, Arxiv, April 2013.
Mutual Information as a Measure of Intercoder Agreement, Journal of Official Statistics, October 2012.
Tea for Survey Processing, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Conference of European Statisticians, September 2012.
Finding Optimal Agent-based Models, Center on Social and Economic Dynamics Working Paper #49, September 2007.
A genome-wide association study implicates diacylglycerol kinase eta (DGKH) and several other genes in the etiology of bipolar disorder, by
AE Baum, N Akula, M Cabanero, I Cardona, W Corona, B Klemens, TG Schulze, S Cichon, M Rietschel, MM Nathen, A Georgi, J Schumacher, M Schwarz,
R Abou Jamra, S Hofels, P Propping, J Satagopan, NIMH Genetics Initiative Bipolar Disorder Consortium, SD Detera-Wadleigh, J Hardy, and FJ
McMahon. Molecular Psychiatry, 2008 (13:2), pp 197-207. Link[PR]
An Efficient Network Generation Method: Interpersonal Networks and the Distribution of Links, December 2005.
Preferences with a Social Component, July 2003.
Dissertation: Information Aggregation, California Institute of Technology, May 2003.
When do Ordered Priors Induce Ordered Posteriors?, September 2002.
21st Century C, O'Reilly Media, September 2012.
Apophenia: a library of statistics functions, focusing on modular, cross-paradigm modeling.
Writing appendices in LaTeX: a short macro package for writing
theorems in a manner that facilitates moving proofs to an
appendix. [Also available from the Comprehensive TeX Archive Network (CTAN).]
An agent-based model of migration and demography: project for ECA region of World Bank.
A Simulation of Nonresponse and Imputation,2013--14 Program on Computational Methods in Social Sciences (CMSS),August 2013.Event agenda,PDF slides
Designing a cross-paradigm modeling framework.
Neyman Seminar at the University of California,Berkeley,Department of Statistics 8 May 2013; invited talk at Stanford University Department of Statistics 14 May 2013,PDF slides.
Poster: DNA Pooling for Whole-Genome Association
Studies with Illumina Infinium Assays,by
Amber E. Baum,Nirmala Akula,Ben Klemens,Imer Cardona,Winston Corona,Andrew Singleton,John Hardy,Sevilla Detera-Wadleigh,Francis J. McMahon,October 2006.PPT,PDF
The Kojo Nnamdi Show: "The Legal Battle over Software" (National Public Radio discussion), January 2006.info, MP3
Producer and moderator for "Software and Law: Is Regulation Fostering or Inhibiting Innovation?" (Brookings panel),December 2005.transcript