I am currently working with David Bryant at Otago University on testing lack-of-fit of a model in phylogenetics. It’s great to be able to use my research experience in estimating overdispersion on an important scientific problem. One of the key aspects of the problem is the sparseness in the data, which are multinomial with aContinue reading “Testing lack-of-fit in phylogenetics”
It’s been great to have these two papers come out in the last couple of weeks: Model-averaged confidence distributions: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10651-019-00432-5 Estimating overdispersion in sparse multinomial data:https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/biom.13194
I am delighted to be working with James Reardon from the NZ Department of Conservation on a project concerned with sustainable mouse control. It will be good to get into the design and statistical modelling issues in this study.