Mamunur Rashid, PhD

 

 

 

Associate Professor

Department of Mathematics

DePauw University,

Greencastle, IN 46135

 

 

Office:    2 E. Hanna Street

               Julian Science Center (JSC), Room #313

 

Phone:   (765) 658-6562

E-mail:   mrashid@depauw.edu

URL:       www.depauw.edu  |   Mathematics             

              

 

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PUBLICATIONS

 

  • Two Regression Lines Suffice to Determine and , Educational Research Quarterly, to appear.

     

  • Depicting Bivariate Relationship with a Gaussian Ellipse (with J. Sarkar), Statistics and Applications, to appear.

  • IVY Plot and Gaussian Interval Plot (with J. Sarkar). Teaching Statistics - An International Journal for Statistics and Data Science Teaching, 1-6,2021. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/14679639

  • Self-rated health status, functional difficulties in health domains and non-communicable diseases in Oman: Evidence from the World Health Survey in Oman (with M. Islam and A. Hadhrami). International Research Journal of Public and Environmental Health, Vol.8 (1),pp. 8-19, 2021.

  • Visualizing the mean and the standard deviation using R/RStudio Shiny package (R. Hufnagel, Z. Chen, and J. Sarkar). In the ICTCM proceedings, The 32nd Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, 2020. https://www.pearson.com/us/about/news-events/events/ictcm-archive-2020.html

  • Cantelli-Type Inequalities Viewed Geometrically (with J. Sarkar). Journal of Probability and Statistical Science, 18(1), 67-86, 2020.

  • Euclidean plane geometry suffices to visualize the standard deviation (with J. Sarkar). The Mathematics Student, 88(3-4), 2019.

  • Visualizing the Mode of a Set of Numbers (with J. Sarkar). Journal of Probability and Statistical Science, 17(2), 227-237, 2019.

  • Have you seen the standard deviation? (with J. Sarkar). Nepalese Journal of Statistics, 3, 1-10, 2019.

  • Portraying Standard Deviation via Revolution (with J. Sarkar).  Journal of Probability and Statistical Science, 17(1), 109-119, 2019.

  • Visualizing the Analysis of Variance (with J. Sarkar). Journal of the Society for Application of Statistics in Agriculture and Allied Sciences, 3(1), 1-11, 2018.

  • Cyber Mentoring in an Online Introductory Statistics Course (with J. Sarkar). Educational Research Quarterly, 41(3), 25-38, 2018.

  • Visualizing the Mean and the Spread of a Random Variable (with J. Sarkar). Journal of Propagations in Probability and Statistics, 17(2), 59-70, 2017.

  • Visualizing Mean, Mean Deviation and Standard Deviation of a Continuous Random Variable (with J. Sarkar). In JSM Proceedings, Statistical Education Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 82-89, 2017.

  • Visualizing the Sample Standard Deviation (with J. Sarkar),  Educational Research Quarterly, 40(4), 45-60, 2017.

  • Eine geometrische Sicht auf das arithmetische Mittel (with J. Sarkar). Stochastik in der Schule, 37(2), 14-16, 2017. (In German) 

  • Failure of Care Acquisition: Identifying Risk Factors in American Health Disparities (with N. Downing). Student research-other. 2, 2017. https://scholarship.depauw.edu/studentresearchother/2

  • An Application of TOPSIS Method to Rank the US States Based on Recent Toxic Release of Priority Chemicals (with Kaiyan Cai), International Journal of Environmental Sciences, 7(4), 270-279, 2017.

  • Visualizing Mean, Median, Mean Deviation and Standard Deviation of a Set of Numbers (with J. Sarkar). The American Statistician, 70(3), 304-312, 2016.

  • A geometric view of the mean of a set of numbers (with J. Sarkar). Teaching Statistics - An International Journal for Teachers, 38(3), 2016.

  • A Two-Dimensional Visualization of the Standard Deviation (with J. Sarkar). Journal of Propagations in Probability and Statistics, 16(1), 13-21, 2016.

  • Data Integration Techniques in Agricultural Sciences (with B.K. Sinha). Journal of the Society for Application of Statistics in Agriculture and Allied Sciences, 1(1), 5-10, 2016.

  • An Application of TOPSIS Method to Rank the Instructors Based on Students' Performances, In JSM Proceedings, Statistical Computing Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, pp. 2554-2560, 2016.

  • Multinomial Hybrid Logistic Regression Models Under Case-Control Study. Proceedings in the 5th International Conference of IMBIC on Mathematical Sciences for Advancement of Science and Technology. Kolkata, India, December 18-20, 2011.

  • Monte Carlo Evaluation of Consistency and Normality of Dichotomous and Polytomous Logistic Regression Models (with N. Shifa). Proceeding in the 2011 Hawaii University International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering. Honolulu, Hawaii, June 13-15, 2011.

  • Consistency of the Likelihood Estimator in the Dichotomous Logistic Regression Model: A Different Approach (with N. Shifa). Journal of Statistics, Vol 16: 1-11, 2009.

  • Generalization of the Hybrid Logistic Model Under Case-Control Sampling Design. Journal of Korean Data & Information Science Society. 19(1): 361-373, 2008.

  • Inference on Logistic Regression Model. Ph.D. Research. Ohio Link ETD (2008).

  • Adolescent Pregnancy and Child Health in Bangladesh (with M. Mazharul Islam). Dhaka University Journal of Science, 54(1): 75-80, 2006.

  • Determinants of Unintended Pregnancy in Bangladesh (with M. Mazharul Islam). Dhaka University Journal of Science, 53(2): 151-160, 2005.

  • Effect of Infant Immunization on Childhood Mortality in Rural Bangladesh: Analysis of Health and Demographic Surveillance Data (with Robert F Breiman, Peter Kim Streatfield, Maureen Phelan, Naima Shifa, Mohammed Yunus). Lancet, 364: 2204- 2211, 2004.

  • Determinants of Unintended Pregnancy Among Ever-Married Women in Bangladesh (with M. Mazharul Islam). The Journal of Family Welfare, 50(2): 40-47, 2004.

  • Fertility Behaviour of Married Adolescents in Bangladesh (with M. Mazharul Islam). Demography India, 32(1): 37-52, 2004.

 

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