Nagaraj K. Neerchal
Professor of Statistics
PhD Iowa State University, 1986
Courses in Fall 2003:
- Stat 454:
Applied Statistics, MW 2:00-3:15pm, MP 401/ECS 104
Introduction to Interdisciplinary Consutling, TTh 10:00-11:15am,
(Co-instructor: Dr. Matthias Gobbert)
Here is an archival repository of
courses I have taught in recent years.
My research interests lie in modeling correlated data collected
over time or/and in clusters. In particular, time series analysis
and models for overdispersed categorical data. I like to participate
in real projects working side by side with scientists and engineers
giving the best statistical advice to the projects. Application
areas I have worked with include, environment, transportation,
agricultural and bio-mechanical engineering.
- Millard, S. M., and Neerchal, N. K. 2000. Environmental Statistics using S-PLUS. Chapman Hall CRC Press.
- Rajkondawar, P., Lefcourt, A. M., Neerchal, N. K., Dyer, R. M., Varner, M.A., Erez, B., and Tasch, U., 2002. The Development of an Objective Lameness Scoring System for Dairy Herds: Pilot Study. To appear in Transactions of American Society of Agriculture Engineers.
- Neerchal, N. K., Lacayo, H. L., and Sinha, B. K. 2002. Ranked Set Sampling of Binary Data. To appear in Journal of Applied Statistical Sciences.
- Lurie, A. and Neerchal, N. K. 1999. Bayes-Type Tests for Constancy of the Parameters of an AR Process, Journal of Environmetrics, 10, 737?752.
See my Curriculum Vitae
for a complete list of publications. Click
here for a MSWORD version.
Extra Curricular Interests
YAKSHA GANA is an ancient folk/operatic art form from
southern part of India.
for lots of pictures.
A group of yakshagana enthusiasts from
Baltimore-Washington area have formed a group called YAKSHA
VRINDA and have performed a number of shows.
some pictures from our show from last year. Send me an
e-mail at email@example.com
if you can recognize me in these pictures!
Please click here for
your invitation to YAKSHA VRINDA's upcoming performace on Nov 20, 2004. More details
about the show can be found here.
- Toastmasters clubs provide opportunities to individuals
from all walks of life to get together with the objective of improving
public speaking skills. Toastmasters provides many educational
goals from Competent Toastmasters (CTM) to Distinguished Toastmasters.
There are clubs all over the world and
I highly recommend this experience to everyone--to those who are
confident that they give good speeches as well as those who fear at
the thought of a live audience. I belonged to the Columbia, MD club
and became a CTM in 1995. I plan to get back to it soon.
- Conversation between Yamadharma and Dharmaraya
Yaksha prashna (Questions Posed by a Yaksha) is a famous
episode from the scriptural epic Mahabharatha. The Pandava princes
were asked several puzzling questions by a yaksha. Dharmaraya,
the eldest of the Pandavas, answers these questions appropriately.
Yaksha reveals his real identity. He is Yama, the god of death.
- Swamiji's Bhiksha Calendar
I am currently the Bhiksha Coordiantor at CMWRC. Please see
www.chinmayadc.org for more details.