Junvie Pailden, PhD

Assistant Professor 
Dept of Mathematics and Statistics
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville



Contact: 

     Mail:  Campus Box 1653

      Office: Vadalabene Center 1004

      Phone: 618-650-2349

      Email:  jpailde at siue.edu



Fall 2014 Course:

    Stat 589  -  Multivariate Analysis Tue/Thu 6:00 - 7:15 pm
  VC 2003     

    Stat 380  -  Statistics for Applications
  •   Section 001 - 002 Tue/Thu PH 304 11 am - 12:15 pm
  •   Section 003  - 004 Tue/Thu PH 3302 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm

 Courses Taught:
  1. Stat 575 - Statistical Computing (Summer 2014)
  2. Stat 482 - Regression Analysis (Spring 2014)
  3. Stat 588 - Advanced Quality Control (Fall 2013)
  4. Stat 581 - Advanced Experimental Design (Spring 2013)
  5. Stat 244 - Statistics, 6 sections
  6. Stat 107 - Concepts in Statistics, 3 sections

Education: 

  1. PhD Statistics,  Bowling Green State University 2013       
  2. MS Statistics,  MSU Iligan Institute of Tech 2008
  3. BS Mathematics,  Mindanao State University 2004


Research Interests:

  1. Statistical Applications
  2. Empirical Likelihood
  3. Change Point Analysis

Publications: 

  1. Pailden, J. and Chen, H.,  Empirical Likelihood Ratio Test for Difference of the Means of Zero-Inflated Populations. Advances and Applications in Statistics, Volume 35, Number 1, 2013, 29-55.
  2. Wei, N., Pailden, J., and Gupta A.K., The Empirical Likelihood Ratio Test for the Epidemic Change Point Model. Journal of Data Science. 10 (2012), 107-127.
  3. Pailden, J. and Polestico, D.L. Sequential Confidence Intervals for The Exponential Hazard Rate. Proceedings of the 10th National Convention on Statistics, Philippines (2007)

Helpful Sites:
  1. Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics
  2. Distributome Project
  3. Univ of Bristol Center for Multilevel Modelling
  4. UNT Research and Statistical Support
  5. R-bloggers - R news and tutorials
  6. CAUSE (Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education)
  7. Structured Writing with LyX



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