I was employed by the University of Florida from 1972-2010. I have
also had visiting professor positions at Harvard University (including
fall semester each year 2008-2014), Imperial College (London), the
London School of Economics, and shorter visiting positions at several
universities including Florence and Padova (Italy), Hasselt (Belgium),
Paris VII, Boston University, and Oregon State.
Honors
- Honorary doctorate, De Montfort University (Leicester, U.K.), 1999
- Statistician of the Year, Chicago chapter of American Statistical
Association, 2003
- Recipient of the first Herman Callaert Leadership Award in
Statistical Education and Dissemination, Hasselt University,
Diepenbeek, Belgium, 2004
- Fellow, American Statistical Association, 1990
- Fellow, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 2008
- University of Florida Distinguished Professor, 2000-2010
- University of Florida Research Foundation (UFRF) Professorship, 1997-2000
- Excellence in Continuing Education Award from American Statistical
Association, 2002
- 36th Annual Allen T. Craig lecturer, University of Iowa, 2006
- Keynote lectures at conferences include Swiss Statistical Society
(1992), French Biometric Society (1992), Conference on Statistical
Issues in Biopharmaceutical Environments (1999) in the UK, Army
Conference on Applied Statistics (2002), CDC annual awards meeting
(2003), Applied Statistics in Ireland (2004), Hawaii International
Conference on Statistics, Mathematics, and Related Fields (2004),
International Society of Clinical Biostatistics (2005) in Hungary,
CompStat (2006) in Italy, Applied Statistics (2007) in Slovenia, Royal
Statistical Society (2008) in UK, Colombian Statistics Symposium
(2012), Portuguese-Galician Biometry Meeting (2013), New England
Statistics Symposium (2014), and invited lectures and short courses in
about 35 countries
Book Information and Supplemental Files
1. The
book
An Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis, (Wiley, 2019)
was recently published in its 3rd edition. This new edition shows how
to do all analyses using R software and add some new material (e.g.,
Bayesian methods, classification and smoothing). This book, which
presents a nontechnical introduction to topics such as logistic
regression, is a lower-technical-level and shorter version of the
"Categorical Data Analysis" text mentioned above. I've constructed a
website for these texts that provides information about the use of
Software for
Categorical Data Analysis such as SAS, R and S-Plus, SPSS,
Stata, and StatXact. For some data files from the text, click
on data files for Intro CDA, 3rd
edition. For some data files from the 2nd edition, click
on data files for Intro CDA.
For SAS files containing data sets from the 2nd edition, click
on SAS data sets for Intro
CDA. Here are
some corrections
for the 1st edition of this book, a pdf file
of corrections for the 2nd
edition, and a pdf file
of corrections for the 3rd
edition.
2. The text
Foundations
of Linear and Generalized Linear Models, published by Wiley in
February 2015, presents an overview of the most commonly used
statistical models by discussing the theory underlying the models and
showing examples using R software. The book begins with the
fundamentals of linear models, such as showing how least squares
projects the data onto a model vector subspace and orthogonal
decompositions of the data yield comparisons of models. The book then
covers the theory of generalized linear models, with chapters on
binomial and multinomial logistic regression for categorical data and
Poisson and negative binomial loglinear models for count data. The
book also introduces quasi-likelihood methods (such as generalized
estimating equations), linear mixed models and generalized linear
mixed models with random effects for clustered correlated data,
Bayesian linear and generalized linear modeling, and regularization
methods for high-dimensional data. The book has more than 400
exercises. The book's
website
contains supplementary information, including data sets and
corrections. Here is
an interview
about the book in the Wiley publication "Statistics Views." Here is a
book review in the
journal Biometrics,a
book review
in Biometrical
Journal, and some reviews
at Amazon.
3. The
book
Strength in Numbers: The Rising of Academic Statistics Departments in
the U.S., co-edited with Xiao-Li Meng, has been published by
Springer (2012). This book has a chapter for each of about 40
Statistics and Biostatistics departments founded in the U.S. by the
mid-1960s, describing the evolution of those departments and the
faculty and students who worked in them. Included are about 200
historical photos. See
the Springer site for other details.
4. The
text
Categorical Data Analysis, 3rd Edition
has been published
in its third edition (Wiley, 2013). I've constructed
a Website for
Categorical Data Analysis that provides datasets used for
examples, solutions to some exercises, information about using R, SAS,
Stata, and SPSS software for conducting the analyses in the text, and
a list of some typos and errors.
Here is
an interview
that the Wiley publication "Statistics Views" conducted with me to
mark the publication of the new
edition. A website
for second edition has some material for the 2nd edition.
Dr. Laura Thompson has prepared a detailed manual on the use of R or
S-Plus to conduct all the analyses in the 2nd edition. Here is a
copy of this excellent resource:
Laura
Thompson R and S manual for CDA.
5. The
text
Analysis of Ordinal Categorical Data
(Wiley, 1984) has
been revised, and the second edition was published in 2010.
My ordinal categorical
website contains (1) data sets for some examples in the
form of SAS programs for conducting the analyses, (2) examples of the
use or R for fitting various ordinal models, (3) examples of the use
of Joe Lang's mph.fit R function for various analyses in the book that
are not easily conducted with SAS, Stata, SPSS, and standard functions
in R, and (4) corrections of errors in early printings of the book
(Please send me any that you notice).
6. The
text
Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from
Data (4th edition, Pearson, 2017) was written with Christine
Franklin of the University of Georgia. The latest (4th) edition was
co-authored by Bernhard Klingenberg of Williams College, who has
developed a wonderful set of applets and other resources for teaching
from the book
(see Art of Stat ). This text is
designed for a one-term or two-term undergraduate course or a high
school AP course on an introduction to statistics, presented with a
conceptual approach. The link
AFK
has a Table of Contents and information about the book. Many
supplemental materials are available from Pearson, including an
annotated instructor's edition, a lab workbook, videotaped lectures,
and software supplements. Contact Ms. Suzanna Bainbridge, the
Acquisitions Editor for Statistics at Pearson Education, for details
(suzanna.bainbridge@Pearson.com). An Italian translation of the 3rd
edition is now available, thanks to Giuseppe Espa, Rocco Micciolo,
Diego Giuliani and Maria Michela Dickson at the Univ. of
Trento.
7. The
book
Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences, (5th edition,
Pearson, published January 2017; 4th edition, by A. Agresti and
B. Finlay, published 2009) is designed for a two-semester sequence.
The book begins with the basics of statistical description and
inference, and the second half concentrates on regression methods,
including multiple regression, ANOVA and repeated measures ANOVA,
analysis of covariance, logistic regression, and generalized linear
models. The new edition adds R and Stata for software examples as
well as introductions to new methodology such as multiple imputation
for missing data, random effects modeling including multilevel models,
robust regression, and the Bayesian approach to statistical inference.
For applets used in some examples and exercises of the new edition, go
to applets.
These were designed by Bernhard Klingenberg for the text "Statistics:
The Art and Science of Learning from Data" (4th ed.) by Agresti,
Franklin, and Klingenberg. The book's
website
contains supplementary information, including data sets and
corrections. Special directories also have data files in
Stata format and in SPSS format. Some years ago, Jeffrey Arnold of
the U of Washington kindly set up a R package at CRAN for R users to
be able to access the datasets used in the 4th edition of this text.
See
R
data files. He has also put the data files at a GitHub
site,
data files at
GitHub. For examples of the use of the software Stata for
various analyses for examples in the 4th edition of this text, see the
useful site set up by
the UCLA
Statistical Computing Center. Thanks to Margaret Ross Tolbert for the
cover art for the 5th edition. Margaret is an incredibly talented
artist who has helped draw attention to the beauty but environmental
degradation of the springs in north-central Florida (see
www.margaretrosstolbert.com). I am also pleased to report (due to my
partial Italian heritage) that there is also an Italian version of the
first ten chapters of the 4th edition of this book (Statistica per
le Scienze Sociali) and of the entire book (Metodi Statistici
di Base e Avanzati per le scienze sociali) published by Pearson,
and there is also a Portuguese version -- see "Metodos Estatisticos
para as Ciencas Socias" at
Portuguese
SMSS -- and a Chinese version, and it is being translated
into Spanish. I have developed Powerpoint files for lectures from
Chapters 1-12 of this text that are available to instructors using
this text. (Chapters 1-7 of these have also been translated into
Spanish by Norma Leyva of Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico.)
Please contact me for details. Finally, here is a link to a workshop
held by the Department of Sociology, Oxford University, in 2012 that
discussed issues
in the teaching of quantitative methods to social science
students.
Short Courses
I have taught short courses on categorical data analysis topics for
many universities, professional organizations, conferences, and
companies, mainly in Europe and the U.S. These range in length
from half-day to a week, most commonly one or two days on topics
such as "Modeling Ordinal Categorical Responses," "Analyzing
Clustered Categorical Data," "Introduction to Categorical
Data Analysis," "Discrete Data Analysis," and "Generalized
Linear Modeling."
History of Statistics at UF
Click
on UF Statistics to download the
chapter on the history of the University of Florida Statistics
Department, taken from the book Strength in Numbers: The Rising of
Academic Statistics Departments in the U.S. edited by Alan Agresti and
Xiao-Li Meng. See UF Stat
documents for other historical documents, including pictures
(unfortunately, not updated for some time).
Research and Publications
My primary research interests have been in categorical data analysis.
Books
Foundations of Linear and Generalized Linear Models,
Wiley (2015).
Strength in Numbers: The Rising of Academic Statistics
Departments in the U.S., Springer (2012), co-edited
with Xiao-Li Meng.
Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from Data,
4th edition, Pearson (2017), with Chris Franklin and Bernhard
Klingenberg.
Analysis of Ordinal Categorical Data, 2nd ed., Wiley
(2010).
An Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis, 3rd ed., Wiley
(2018).
Categorical Data Analysis, 3rd edition, Wiley
(2013).
Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences, 5th
edition, Pearson (2018) (4th edition 2009 with B. Finlay).
Some Articles
Bounds on the extinction time distribution of a branching
process. Advances in Applied Probability, 6 (1974),
322-335.
pdf file
On the extinction times of varying and random environment
branching processes. Journal of Applied Probability, 12
(1975), 39-46. pdf file
The effect of category choice on some ordinal measures of
association. Journal of the American Statistical Association,
71 (1976), 49-55.
Some exact conditional tests of independence for r x c
cross-classification tables. (with D. Wackerly)
Psychometrika, 42 (1977), 111-125.
pdf file
Some considerations in measuring partial association for ordinal
categorical data. Journal of the American Statistical
Association, 72 (1977), 37-45.
A coefficient of multiple association based on ranks.
Communications in Statistics, A6 (1977), 1341-1359.
Statistical analysis of qualitative variation. (with B.
Agresti), Chapter 10, in Sociological Methodology (1978) ed.
by K. F. Schuessler, Jossey-Bass Publ., 204-237.
Descriptive measures for rank comparisons of groups.
Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American
Statistical Association, (1978), 585-590.
Exact conditional tests for cross-classifications: Approximation
of attained significance level. (with D. Wackerly and J. Boyett),
Psychometrika, 44 (1979), 75-83.
pdf file
Measuring association and modelling relationships between
interval and ordinal variables. (J. Schollenberger, A. Agresti,
and
D. Wackerly), Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of
the American Statistical Association, (1979), 624-626.
Generalized odds ratios for ordinal data. Biometrics, 36
(1980), 59-67.
pdf file
A hierarchical system of interaction measures for
multidimensional contingency tables. Journal of the Royal
Statistical Society B, 43 (1981), 293-301.
Measures of nominal-ordinal association, Journal of the
American Statistical Association, 76 (1981), 524-529.
pdf file
Statistical fallacies. Encyclopedia of the Statistical
Sciences, Vol. 3 (1983), John Wiley and Sons, 24-28.
Testing marginal homogeneity for ordinal categorical variables,
Biometrics, 39, (1983), 505-510.
pdf file
A survey of strategies for modelling cross-classifications
having ordinal variables. Invited Essay Review in Journal of
the American Statistical Association, 78 (1983), 184-198.
Association models for multidimensional cross-classifications of
ordinal variables (with A. Kezouh), invited paper for issue on
categorical data, Communications in Statistics, A12 (1983),
1261-1276.
A simple diagonals-parameter symmetry and quasisymmetry model,
Statistics and Probability Letters, 1 (1983), 313-316.
pdf file
The measurement of classification agreement: An adjustment to
the Rand statistic for chance agreement (with L. Morey),
Educational and Psychological Measurement, 44 (1984), 33-37.
Ordinal data. Encyclopedia of the Statistical Sciences,
Vol. 6 (1985), John Wiley and Sons, 511-516.
Comparing mean ranks for repeated measures data (with J.
Pendergast), Communications in Statistics, A15 (1986),
1417-1433. pdf
file
A new model for ordinal pain data from a pharmaceutical study
(with C. Chuang), Statistics in Medicine, 5 (1986), 15-20.
Applying R-squared type measures to ordered categorical
data, Technometrics, 28 (1986),
133-138. pdf
file
Models for the probability of concordance in
cross-classification tables (with J. Schollenberger and D.
Wackerly), Quality and Quantity (International Journal of
Methodology), 21 (1987), 49-57.
pdf file
Order-restricted score parameters in association models for
contingency tables (with C. Chuang and A. Kezouh), Journal
of
the American Statistical Association, 82 (1987), 619-623.
Bayesian and maximum likelihood approaches to order-restricted
inference for models for ordinal categorical data (with C. Chuang),
pp. 6-27 in Advances in Order Restricted Statistical
Inference, (1986), ed. by R. Dykstra, T. Robertson, and F.T.
Wright, New York: Springer-Verlag.
An empirical investigation of some effects of sparseness in
contingency tables (with M. Yang), Computational Statistics &
Data Analysis, 5 (1987), 9-21.
A model for agreement between ratings on an ordinal scale,
Biometrics, 44 (1988), 539-548.
Logit models for repeated ordered categorical response data,
invited paper for Proceedings of 13th SAS Users Group
Conference, (1988), 997-1005.
An agreement model with Kappa as parameter, Statistics and
Probability Letters, 7 (1989), 271-273.
Model-based Bayesian methods for estimating cell proportions in
cross-classification tables having ordered categories (with C.
Chuang), Computational Statistics \& Data Analysis, 7 (1989),
245-258.
A tutorial on modeling ordered categorical response data,
Psychological Bulletin, 105 (1989), 290-301.
A survey of models for repeated ordered categorical response
data, Statistics in Medicine, 8 (1989), 1209-1224.
Exact inference for contingency tables with ordered categories
(with C. Mehta and N. Patel), Journal of the American
Statistical Association, 85 (1990), 453-458.
Analysis of sparse repeated categorical measurement data (with
S. Lipsitz and J. B. Lang), SAS Users Group International
Conference Proceedings, 1991, 1452-1460.
Parsimonious latent class models for ordinal variables, invited
paper in Proceedings of 6th International Workshop on
Statistical Modeling, (1991), 1-12, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Analysis of ordinal paired comparison data, Journal of the
Royal Statistical Society C (Applied Statistics), 41 (1992),
287-297. pdf
file
Loglinear modeling of pairwise interobserver agreement on a
categorical scale (M. P. Becker and A. Agresti), Statistics
in
Medicine, 11 (1992), 101-114.
Comparing marginal distributions of large, sparse contingency
tables (with S. Lipsitz and J. B. Lang), Computational
Statistics and Data Analysis, 14 (1992), 55-73.
A survey of exact inference for contingency tables (with
discussion), Statistical Science, 7 (1992), 131-177.
pdf
file
Quasi-symmetric latent class models, with application to rater
agreement (with J. Lang), Biometrics, 49 (1993),
131-140. pdf
file
Modeling patterns of agreement and disagreement,
Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 1 (1992), 201-218.
Computing conditional maximum likelihood estimates for
generalized Rasch models using simple loglinear models with
diagonals parameters, Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 20
(1993), 63-72.
Some empirical comparisons of exact, modified exact, and
higher-order asymptotic tests of independence for ordered
categorical variables (with J. Lang and C. Mehta),
Communications in Statistics, Simulation and Computation, 22
(1993), 1-18.
A proportional odds model with subject-specific effects for
repeated ordered categorical responses (with J. Lang),
Biometrika, 80 (1993),
527-534. pdf
file
Distribution-free fitting of logit models with random effects
for repeated categorical responses, Statistics in Medicine, 12
(1993), 1969-1987.
Simultaneously modeling joint and marginal distributions of
multivariate categorical responses (J. Lang and A. Agresti),
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 89 (1994),
625-632.
Simple capture-recapture models permitting unequal catchability
and variable sampling effort, Biometrics, 50, (1994),
494-500.
Logit models and related quasi-symmetric loglinear models for
comparing responses to similar items in a survey, Sociological
Methods and Research, 24 (1995), 68-95.
pdf file
Improved exact inference about conditional association in
three-way contingency tables (D. Kim and A. Agresti), Journal
of the American Statistical Association, 90 (1995), 632-639.
Raking kappa: Describing potential impact of marginal
distributions on measures of agreement (with A. Ghosh and M.
Bini),
Biometrical Journal, 37 (1995) 811-820.
Order-restricted tests for stratified comparisons of binomial
proportions (with B. Coull), Biometrics, 52 (1996) 1103-1111.
Mantel--Haenszel--type inference for cumulative odds ratios
(I-M. Liu and A. Agresti), Biometrics, 52 (1996) 1223-1234.
Logit models with random effects and quasi-symmetric loglinear
models, pp. 3-12 in Statistical Modelling, Proceedings of the
11th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling (Orvieto,
Italy, July 1996).
Connections between loglinear models and generalized Rasch
models for ordinal responses, Chapter 20 in Applications of
Latent Trait and Latent Class Models in the Social Sciences, pp.
209-218, edited by J. Rost and R. Langeheine, Berlin: Waxmann
Munster, (1997).
Nearly exact tests of conditional independence and marginal
homogeneity for sparse contingency tables (D. Kim and A. Agresti),
Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, (1997), 24, 89-104.
A review of tests for detecting a monotone dose-response
relationship with ordinal response data (with C. Chuang-Stein),
Statistics in Medicine, (1997), 16, 2599-2618.
A model for repeated measurements of a multivariate binary response,
Journal of the American Statistical Association (1997).
An empirical comparison of inference using order-restricted
and linear logit models for a binary response (with
B. Coull), Communications in Statistics, Simulation and
Computation, (1998), 27, 147-166.
Evaluating agreement and disagreement among movie reviewers,
Chance (1997) (with
L. Winner). pdf
file
Comment on article by Strawderman and Wells,
Journal of the American Statistical Association, (1998), 93,
1307-1310.
Approximate is better than exact for interval estimation of
binomial proportions, The American Statistician
(1998) (with B. Coull). pdf
file
Order-restricted inference for monotone trend alternatives in
contingency tables Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
(1998) (with B. Coull). pdf
file
On logit confidence intervals for the odds ratio with small samples,
Biometrics (1999).
The use of mixed logit models to reflect subject heterogeneity in
capture-recapture studies, Biometrics (1999) (B. Coull and
A. Agresti).
Modeling a categorical variable allowing arbitrarily many
category choices, Biometrics (1999) (with I. Liu).
Modelling ordered categorical data: Recent advances and future
challenges, Statistics in Medicine (1999).
Random effects modeling of multiple binary responses using the
multivariate binomial logit-normal distribution, Biometrics
(2000) (B. A. Coull and A. Agresti).
Strategies for comparing treatments on a binary response with
multi-center data, Statistics in Medicine (2000) (with
J. Hartzel). pdf
file
Hierarchical Bayesian analysis of binary matched pairs data,
Statistica Sinica (2000) (M. Ghosh, M. Chen, A. Ghosh, and
A. Agresti).
Noninformative priors for one parameter item response models,
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference (2000) (M. Ghosh,
M. Chen, A. Ghosh, and A. Agresti).
Challenges for categorical data analysis in the twenty-first
century, in Statistics for the 21st Century, edited by
C. R. Rao and G. J. Szekely, Marcel Dekker (2000).
Summarizing the predictive power of a generalized linear
model, Statistics in Medicine (2000) (B. Zheng and A. Agresti)
pdf
file
Simple and effective confidence intervals for proportions and
difference of proportions result from adding two successes and two
failures, The American Statistician (2000) (with B. Caffo).
pdf file
Random effects modeling of categorical response data,
Sociological Methodology (2000) (A. Agresti, J. Booth,
J. P. Hobert, and
B. Caffo). pdf
file
Describing heterogeneous effects in stratified ordinal contingency
tables, with application to multi-center clinical trials,
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis (2001) (J. Hartzel,
I. Liu, and
A. Agresti). pdf
file
Strategies for modeling a categorical variable allowing
multiple category choices, Sociological Methods and Research
(2001) (A. Agresti and I. Liu).
Exact inference for categorical data: recent advances and
continuing controversies, Statistics in Medicine (2001).
A correlated probit model for multivariate repeated measures
of mixtures of binary and continuous responses, Journal of American
Statistical Association (2001) (R.V. Gueorguieva
and A. Agresti).
pdf file
On small-sample confidence intervals for parameters in
discrete distributions, Biometrics (2001) (A. Agresti and
Y. Min). pdf file
Multinomial logit random effects models, Statistical
Modelling (2001) (J. Hartzel, A. Agresti, and
B. Caffo). pdf
file
Modeling clustered ordered categorical data: A survey,
International Statistical Review (2001) (A. Agresti and
R. Natarajan).
Statistical issues in the 2000 U.S. Presidential election in
Florida, University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy (Fall 2001 issue)
(A. Agresti and B. Presnell).
pdf file
Comment (with B. Coull) on article by Brown, Cai, and
DasGupta. Statistical Science, (2001), 16, 117-120.
The analysis of contingency tables under inequality constraints,
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference (2002)
(A. Agresti and
B. A. Coull). pdf
file
Measures of relative model fit, Computational Statistics
and Data Analysis (2002) (A. Agresti and B. Caffo).
Unconditional small-sample confidence intervals for the odds
ratio, Biostatistics (2002) (A. Agresti and
Y. Min). pdf
file
Modeling nonnegative data with clumping at zero: A survey,
Journal of the Iranian Statistical Society (2002) (Y. Min
and A. Agresti). pdf file
Links between binary and multi-category logit item response
models and quasi-symmetric loglinear models, for special issue of
Annales de la Faculte des Sciences de Toulouse Mathematiques,
to honor retirement of Henri Caussinus, (2002).
pdf
file
On sample size guidelines for teaching inference about the
binomial parameter in introductory statistics, unpublished
manuscript by A. Agresti and Y. Min
(2002). pdf
file
The 2000 Presidential election in Florida: Misvotes,
undervotes, overvotes, Statistical Science (2002) (A. Agresti
and
B. Presnell). pdf
file
Dealing with discreteness: Making `exact' confidence intervals
for proportions, differences of proportions, and odds ratios more
exact, Statistical Methods in Medical Research (2003).
pdf
file
A class of generalized log-linear models with random effects,
Statistical Modelling (2003) (B. A. Coull and
A. Agresti). pdf
file
Interview with Alan Agresti, conducted by Jackie Dietz,
STATS (The Magazine for Students of Statistics)
(2004). Word
file
Examples in which misspecification of a random effects
distribution reduces efficiency, Computational Statistics &
Data Analysis (2004) (A. Agresti, P. Ohman, and
B. Caffo). pdf
file
Effects and noneffects of paired identical observations in
comparing proportions with binary matched-pairs data, Statistics
in Medicine (2004) (A. Agresti and
Y. Min). pdf
file
Improved confidence intervals for comparing matched
proportions, Statistics in Medicine (2005) (A. Agresti and
Y. Min). pdf
file
Frequentist performance of Bayesian confidence intervals for
comparing proportions in 2x2 contingency tables, Biometrics
(2005) (A. Agresti and Y. Min). pdf file
Random effect models for repeated measures of zero-inflated
count data, Statistical Modelling (2005) (Y. Min and
A. Agresti). pdf
file
The analysis of ordered categorical data: An overview and a
survey of recent developments, invited discussion paper for the
Spanish Statistical Journal, TEST (2005) (I. Liu and
A. Agresti). pdf
file
Multivariate tests comparing binomial probabilities, with
application to safety studies for drugs,
Applied Statistics (JRSS-C) (2005) (A. Agresti and
B. Klingenberg). pdf
file
Bayesian inference for categorical data analysis,
Statistical Methods and Application (Journal of the Italian
Statistical Society), (2005) (A. Agresti and
D. Hitchcock). pdf
file
Randomized confidence intervals and the mid-P approach,
discussion of article by C. Geyer and G. Meeden, Statistical
Science, (2005) (A. Agresti and
A. Gottard). pdf
file
Multivariate extensions of McNemar's test, Biometrics,
(2006) (B. Klingenberg and
A. Agresti). pdf
file
Independence in multi-way contingency tables: S. N. Roy's
breakthroughs and later developments, Journal of Statistical
Planning and Inference, (2007) (A. Agresti and
A. Gottard). pdf
file
A class of ordinal quasi-symmetry models for square contingency
tables, Statistics and Probability Letters, (2007)
(M. Kateri and A. Agresti). pdf
file
Reducing conservativism of exact small-sample methods of
inference for discrete data,
Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, (2007)
(A. Agresti and A. Gottard).
pdf file
Modeling and inference for an ordinal effect size measure,
Statistics in Medicine, (2008) (E. Ryu and A. Agresti).
pdf file
Simultaneous confidence intervals for comparing binomial
parameters, Biometrics, (2008) (A. Agresti, M. Bini,
B. Bertaccini, and
E. Ryu). pdf
file
A generalized regression model for a binary
response, Statistics and Probability Letters, (2010) (M. Kateri
and A. Agresti). pdf
file
Pseudo-score confidence intervals for parameters in discrete
statistical models, Biometrika, (2010) (A. Agresti and
E. Ryu). pdf
file
Score and pseudo score confidence intervals for categorical
data analysis, invited article for Gary Koch festschrift, Statistics in
Biopharmaceutical Research,
(2011). pdf
file
Quasi-symmetric graphical log-linear models, Scandinavian
Journal of Statistics, (2011) (A. Gottard, G.M. Marchetti, and
A. Agresti).
pdf file
Statistics as an academic discipline, by A. Agresti and
X.-L. Meng, Chapter 1 in
Strength in Numbers: The Rising of Academic Statistics
Departments in the U.S., edited by A. Agresti and
X.-L. Meng, (2012) Springer.
pdf file
University of Florida Department of Statistics, by A. Agresti,
W. Mendenhall III, and Richard Scheaffer. Chapter in
Strength in Numbers: The Rising of Academic Statistics
Departments in the U.S., edited by A. Agresti and
X.-L. Meng, (2012) Springer.
pdf file
Bayesian inference about odds ratio structure in ordinal
contingency tables, (2013) (A. Agresti and M. Kateri), in
special issue of Environmetrics to honor the memory of George
Casella.
pdf file
GEE for multinomial responses using a local odds ratios
parameterization, Biometrics, (2013) (A. Touloumis,
A. Agresti, and M. Kateri).
pdf file
Some remarks on latent variable models in categorical data
analysis, Communications in Statistics, Theory and Methods,
(2014) (A. Agresti and M. Kateri), in special issue of invited
contributions to the conference "Methods and Models on Latent
Variables" held in Naples, Italy in May 2012.
pdf file
Two Bayesian/frequentist challenges for categorical data
analyses, Metron, (2014), in special issue of invited
contributions to the conference "Recent Advances in Statistical
Inference: Theory and Case Studies" held in Padova, Italy in March
2013.
Ordinal effect size measures for group comparisons in models,
(A. Agresti and M. Kateri), (2015), in proceedings of International
Workshop on Statistical Modelling in Linz, Austria.
Categorical regularization: Discussion of article by Tutz and
Gertheiss, Statistical Modelling, (2016).
Ordinal probability effect measures for group comparisons in
multinomial cumulative link models, (A. Agresti and M. Kateri),
Biometrics (2017).
Simple effect measures for interpreting models for ordinal
categorical data, (A. Agresti and C. Tarantola), pp. 252-257 in
Proceedings of the 32nd International Workshop on Statistical
Modelling, Groningen, Netherlands, 2017.
Simple effect measures for interpreting models for ordinal
categorical data (A. Agresti and C. Tarantola),
Statistica Neerlandica (2018)
.
pdf file
pdf file
of appendix with supplementary R functions
The class of CUB models: statistical foundations, inferential
issues and empirical evidence, comments on article by D. Piccolo
and R. Simone (A. Agresti and M. Kateri), Statistical Methods
and Applications (SMA) (2019).
Simple ways to interpret effects in modeling binary data, (A. Agresti,
C. Tarantola, and R. Varriale), submitted for Springer volume on
"Trends and Challenges in Categorical Data Analysis," 2019.
Some issues in generalized linear modeling, in
Springer proceedings of International Workshop on Matrices and
Statistics, Funchal, Portugal (2020).
Interpreting effects in generalized linear modeling, (A. Agresti,
C. Tarantola, and R. Varriale), submitted for Springer publication
on "Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge
Organization," 2020.
Old home pages for courses at UF
Other Information
The University of Florida Statistics Department home page
Here is a seminar (in mp4 format) on the
Participants at workhop in my honor,
Florence Italy, September 18, 2019. "Grazie mille ad Anna Gottard
per aver organizzato questo meraviglioso evento."
Here is the program about
the
Florence workshop.
From my Italian citizenship ceremony
in Ferrazzano (2017)
European Statistics research colleagues and
dear friends, from my Italian citizenship ceremony (2017)
My roots (and two of my favorite spots on earth)
Ferrazzano, Molise, Italy (la citta` di mia
nonna italiana)
Ferrazzano, Molise, Italy
Ferrazzano, Molise, Italy
Campobasso (Ferrazzano is 5 km south of
this capital city of Molise, Italy
Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England
(the land of my British grandparents)
- Jacki and Alan's
Pound-wise guide to London from the December--January 2007
issue of Gainesville magazine. (My wife Jacki Levine is founder and
was editor of this bi-monthly magazine for 13 years.) More
up-to-date, here is a useful site, courtesy of Rick Steves, about
experiencing untouristy London:
Untouristy
London. We would also suggest Borough Market, and the walk
along the south bank of the Thames from the South Bank arts complex to
the Tate and then Tower Bridge (that part is touristy), but then
further east to Rotherhithe, stopping at the Mayflower pub.
The picture at the top of my home page was taken by Jacki Levine in
the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK, among the May bluebells.