Jesse Jeter, statistics, machine learning, phd

Jesse Jeter

Rome Hall #766
Address: 801 22nd St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia


I'm a fourth year statistics PhD candidate. My current research involves spatial statistics methods with applications in astrostatistics and sabermetrics (baseball statistics).



PhD Coursework List:

Advanced Statistical Theory I & II, Advanced Time Series Analysis, Bayesian Statistics: Theory and Applications, Bioinformatics, Categorical Data Analysis, Data Mining, Data Warehousing, Distribution Theory, Experimental Statistics for Biological Sciences, High Performance Computing and Parallel Computing, Linear Models, Machine Learning, Measure and Integration Theory, Methods of Statistical Computing, Nonparametric Inference, Probability, Spatial Statistics, Statistical Principles of Clinical Trials and Epidemiology, Statistical Inference I & II.



Teaching Experience:

I instruct students in the following courses: Regression Analysis, Statistical Computing Packages (R and SAS), and Introduction to Statistics.