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Dr Lee Fawcett
Amy Green
Bayesian Inference for Solar Flare Extremes2022
Dr Joe Matthews
Keith Newman
Amy Green
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr Neil Thorpe
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A decision support toolkit to inform road safety investment decisions2019
Dr Lee Fawcett
A severe forecast2019
Dr Lee Fawcett
Comparative Analysis of Empirical Bayes and Bayesian Hierarchical Models in Hotspot Identification2019
Dr Neil Thorpe
Dr Lee Fawcett
Matt Linsley
Brett Cherry
Saving lives with safety cameras and statistical analysis2019
Dr Lee Fawcett
Amy Green
Bayesian posterior predictive return levels for environmental extremes2018
Dr Lee Fawcett
Using interactive Shiny applications to facilitate research-informed learning and teaching2018
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr Neil Thorpe
Dr Joe Matthews
A novel Bayesian hierarchical model for road safety hotspot prediction2017
Dr Lee Fawcett
The CASE Project: Evaluation of Case-Based Approaches to Learning and Teaching in Statistics Service Courses.2017
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr David Walshaw
Sea-surge and wind speed extremes: optimal estimation strategies for planners and engineers2016
Dr Lee Fawcett
Keith Newman
The storm of the century! Promoting student enthusiasm for applied statistics2016
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr David Walshaw
Estimating the probability of simultaneous rainfall extremes within a region: a spatial approach2014
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr Neil Thorpe
Mobile safety cameras: estimating casualty reductions and the demand for secondary healthcare2013
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr David Walshaw
Estimating return levels from serially dependent extremes2012
Dr Neil Thorpe
Dr Lee Fawcett
Linking road casualty and clinical data to assess the effectiveness of mobile safety enforcement cameras: a before and after study2012
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr David Walshaw
Bayesian inference for clustered extremes2008
Dr Neil Thorpe
Dr Lee Fawcett
Linda Goulbourne
Angus McNay
Mobile Speed Cameras and the Demand for Secondary Healthcare in Northumbria2008
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr Bill Foster
Dr Anthony Youd
Using computer based assessments in a large statistics service course2008
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr David Walshaw
Improved estimation for temporally clustered extremes2007
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr David Walshaw
A hierarchical model for extreme wind speeds2006
Dr Lee Fawcett
Dr David Walshaw
Markov chain models for extreme wind speeds2006
Dr Lee Fawcett
[PhD Thesis] Statistical Methodology for the Estimation of Environmental Extremes2005