Research and Teaching
Professor Emeritus, Department of Statistics, University of Toronto
I have held appointments at Imperial College, London, Princeton University, Bell Laboratories, University of Chicago, and University of Toronto.
A modest yet effective proposal to make the House of Commons more representative.
Statistical consulting is currently done in cooperation with
Thomson Data Analysis . Enquiries regarding consulting may be directed there.
An R implementation of Symbolic Computation for
Statistical Inference permits the calculation of expressions for moments cumulants
asymptotic expansions etc. in R. The expressions may then be
applied to data and numerically evaluated directly.
Wheels ( Harley etc. incomplete)
Andrews, D.F. (1972). Plots of high dimensional data. Biometrics 28, 125-36.
Andrews, D.F., Bickel, P.J., Hampel, F.R., Humber, P.J., Rogers, W.H., & Tukey, J.W., (1972). Robust Estimates of Location: Survey and Advances , 373 pages, Princeton University Press.
Andrews, D.F. and Herzberg A.M. (1985) Data: A Collection of Problems from Many Fields for the Student and Research Workers. 442 pages, Springer Verlag, New York.
Andrews, D.F. and Stafford, J.E. (2000) Symbolic Computation for Statistical Inference. Oxford University Press.
Andrews, D.F. (2000) Asymptotic expansions of moments and cumulants. Statistics and Computing, 11, 7-16.
Andrews, D. F. (2007), Robust likelihood inference for public policy.Can J Statistics, 35: 341-350.