Catherine A . Calder
Catherine A . Calder
Professor of Statistics and Data Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin
Verified email at austin.utexas.edu
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Accounting for uncertainty in ecological analysis: the strengths and limitations of hierarchical statistical modeling
N Cressie, CA Calder, JS Clark, JMV Hoef, CK Wikle
Ecological Applications 19 (3), 553-570, 2009
5342009
Beyond Moran's I: Testing for Spatial Dependence Based on the Spatial Autoregressive Model
H Li, CA Calder, N Cressie
Geographical Analysis 39 (4), 357-375, 2007
3212007
Commercial density, residential concentration, and crime: Land use patterns and violence in neighborhood context
CR Browning, RA Byron, CA Calder, LJ Krivo, MP Kwan, JY Lee, ...
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 47 (3), 329-357, 2010
1912010
Incorporating multiple sources of stochasticity into dynamic population models
C Calder, M Lavine, P Müller, JS Clark
Ecology 84 (6), 1395-1402, 2003
1782003
An assessment of coefficient accuracy in linear regression models with spatially varying coefficients
DC Wheeler, CA Calder
Journal of Geographical Systems 9 (2), 145-166, 2007
1492007
Social isolation of disadvantage and advantage: The reproduction of inequality in urban space
LJ Krivo, HM Washington, RD Peterson, CR Browning, CA Calder, ...
Social forces 92 (1), 141-164, 2013
1222013
Dynamic factor process convolution models for multivariate space–time data with application to air quality assessment
CA Calder
Environmental and Ecological Statistics 14 (3), 229-247, 2007
992007
Spatial foundations of inequality: A conceptual model and empirical overview
G Galster, P Sharkey
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 3 (2), 1-33, 2017
982017
A dynamic process convolution approach to modeling ambient particulate matter concentrations
CA Calder
Environmetrics: The official journal of the International Environmetrics …, 2008
722008
Some topics in convolution-based spatial modeling
CA Calder, N Cressie
Proceedings of the 56th Session of the International Statistics Institute, 22-29, 2007
652007
Regional sensitivity of Greenland precipitation to NAO variability
E Mosley‐Thompson, CR Readinger, P Craigmile, LG Thompson, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (24), 2005
592005
West Nile virus revisited: consequences for North American ecology
SL Ladeau, PP Marra, AM Kilpatrick, CA Calder
BioScience 58 (10), 937-946, 2008
572008
Efficient models for correlated data via convolutions of intrinsic processes
HKH Lee, DM Higdon, CA Calder, CH Holloman
Statistical Modelling 5 (1), 53-74, 2005
552005
Spatial characteristics of the difference between MISR and MODIS aerosol optical depth retrievals over mainland Southeast Asia
N Xiao, T Shi, CA Calder, DK Munroe, C Berrett, S Wolfinbarger, D Li
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (1), 1-9, 2009
482009
Ecological networks and neighborhood social organization
CR Browning, CA Calder, B Soller, AL Jackson, J Dirlam
American Journal of Sociology 122 (6), 1939-1988, 2017
472017
Regression‐based covariance functions for nonstationary spatial modeling
MD Risser, CA Calder
Environmetrics 26 (4), 284-297, 2015
472015
A Bayesian Hierarchical Approach for Relating PM2.5 Exposure to Cardiovascular Mortality in North Carolina
CH Holloman, SM Bortnick, M Morara, WJ Strauss, CA Calder
Environmental Health Perspectives 112 (13), 1282-1288, 2004
422004
Development and validation of the groupwork skills questionnaire (GSQ) for higher education
J Cumming, C Woodcock, SJ Cooley, MJG Holland, VE Burns
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 40 (7), 988-1001, 2015
382015
Exploring space-time structure in ozone concentration using a dynamic process convolution model
CA Calder, C Holloman, D Higdon
Case studies in Bayesian statistics, 165-176, 2002
362002
Kriging and variogram models
C Calder, NA Cressie
322009
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