Dr Ewart Shaw (Undergraduate Course Director)
Office Hours (2013-2014 term 2)
Contact him on: Ewart.Shaw@warwick.ac.uk
Current teaching (2013-2014)
Bayesian inference (especially numerical methods for integration & summarisation); applications of number theory, coding theory & computer algebra in statistics; survival analysis; medical statistics; splines; use of J.
- D. Griffin, N. Parsons, E. Shaw, Y. Kulikov, C. Hutchinson, M. Thorogood and S.E. Lamb (2014). Operative versus non-operative treatment for closed, displaced, intra-articular fractures of the calcaneus: randomised controlled trial. British Medical Journal 2014 Jul 24;349:g4483.
- M.H. Rahaman Khan and J.E.H. Shaw (2011). Multilevel logistic regression analysis applied to binary contraceptive prevalence data. Journal of Data Science 9(1):93-110.
- M.H. Rahaman Khan and J.E.H. Shaw (2009). Determinants of contraceptive use in Bangladesh: A hierarchical modeling approach. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 4(4):103-118.
- M.J. Costa and J.E.H. Shaw (2009). Parametrization and penalties in spline models with an application to survival analysis. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 53:657-670.
- B.J. Cowling, J.E.H. Shaw, J.L. Hutton and A.G. Marson (2007). New statistical method for analyzing time to first seizure: Example using data comparing carbamazepine and valproate monotherapy. Epilepsia 48:1173-1178.
- S.J. Bond and J.E.H. Shaw (2006). Bounds on the covariate-time transformation for competing-risks survival analysis. Lifetime Data Analysis 12:285-303.
- B.J. Cowling, J.L. Hutton and J.E.H. Shaw (2006). Joint modelling of event counts and survival times. Applied Statistics 55:31-39.
- K. Hemming and J.E.H. Shaw (2005). A class of parametric dynamic survival models. Lifetime Data Analysis 11:81-98.
Recent conference papers, short communications etc.
- M.H. Rahaman Khan and J.E.H. Shaw (2010). Variable selection for AFT models in high dimensions via regularized weighted least squares method. First International Conference on Theory and Applications of Statistics, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 26-28 December 2010.
- M.H. Rahaman Khan and J.E.H. Shaw (2010). Penalized regression approaches to variable selection for AFT models in high dimensions. 31st Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Montpelier, August-September 2010.
- J.E.H. Shaw (2010). Statistical inference, orthogonal polynomials and electrostatics. OPW - Orthogonal Polynomials, Applications to Statistics and Stochastic Processes, University of Warwick, 12-15 July 2010.
- M.H. Rahaman Khan and J.E.H. Shaw (2010). Bayesian and non-Bayesian variable selection for parametric AFT models in high dimensions. 9th Valencia International Meeting on Bayesian Statistics, Alicante, June 2010.
- M.H. Rahaman Khan and J.E.H. Shaw (2010). The Bayesian elastic net and related methods. Model Uncertainty Workshop, University of Warwick, May-June 2010.
- M.H. Rahaman Khan and J.E.H. Shaw (2009). The sensitivity of priors in Bayesian variable selection for parametric AFT models in high dimensions. 30th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Prague, August 2009.
- M.H. Rahaman Khan and J.E.H. Shaw (2009). Multilevel logistic regression analysis of contraceptive prevalence in Bangladesh. Fourth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Athens, July 2009.
- J.E.H. Shaw (2007). Summing up The Simpsons. Nature 448 (23-Aug-2007):865.
- M.J. Costa and J.E.H. Shaw (2007). Parameterization and penalties in spline models. International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, Barcelona 2007.
- M.J. Costa and J.E.H. Shaw (2006). Penalties in nonproportional regression survival models. Royal Statistical Society Annual Conference, Belfast 2006.
- E. Shaw (2005). The APL of our eyes. PCPlus 237:28.
- E. Shaw (2005). Approximating π with four fours. American Mathematical Monthly 112:211,272.
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