City of Boston viewed from my office
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Savage's approach to research, via Mosteller （copy from Jon McAuliffe's webpage):
As soon as a problem is stated, start right away to solve it. Use simple examples.
Keep starting from first principles, explaining again and again what you are trying to do.
Believe that this problem can be solved and that you will enjoy working it out.
Don't be hampered by the original problem statement. Try other problems in its neighborhood; maybe there is a better problem than yours.
Work an hour or so on it frequently. Talk about it; explain it to people.
DS: Dynamic Slicing for k-Sample Testing
SIRI: SIR for variable selection via Inverse modeling
BACH: Bayesian 3D constructor for Hi-C data (NEW: user-friendly GUI is available now!)
HiCNorm: removing biases in Hi-C data via Poisson regression
PACO: Pattern-collapsed (PACO) EM algorithm for delay tomography
Tmod: A Windows-based software suite for sequence motif discovery
BiotextMiner: A webserver to mine for protein-protein interactions
My book on Monte Carlo methods:
Sample chapters from the book: Preface, Table of Content, and Chapter 1, Chapter 4, and Chapter 5.
Applicants are invited for a two-year postdoctoral position to work?on computational biology/bioinformatics and/or statistical genetics. Interested candidates possessing a Ph.D., with a strong background in molecular biology/biochemistry and computer programming should forward their CV, selected reprints, a statement of research interests and goals (2-3 pages), and the contact information (phone, email, address) for three references to:
Professor Jun Liu
Department of Statistics, Harvard University
Science Center 715, 1 Oxford Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Interesting quotes from my friend Ying Nian Wu's website:
The true logic of this world is in the calculus of probabilities. --- J. C. Maxwell
What we see is the solution to a computational problem, our brains compute the most likely causes for the photon absorptions within our eyes. --- H. Helmholtz
I am a teacher who wants to learn all the unknowns and a researcher who is fond of the beauty of mathematics and of the beings. I love statistics, which is both my life and my fun; I like bridge, soccer, badminton and skiing. I am fascinated by biology and by nature wonders of all sorts. Here is a profile article about me published by Harvard University Gazette. Contact me: Department of Statistics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138.
Table of Contents
Hyannis, Massachusetts. September 13-14, 2002
Cambridge, Massachusetts. August 27-28, 2004
Cambridge, Massachusetts. May 13-14, 2007
Wuxi, Jiangsu, P.R. China. July 17-19, 2011
Taihu, Jiangsu, P.R. China. July 6-8, 2013
Some Talk Slides Are Available for Viewing!
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