Profile of Mark E. Johnson
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Dr. Mark E. Johnson is Professor of Statistics at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. He is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association, an elected member of the International Statistical Institute, and a Chartered Statistician with the Royal Statistical Society. He is the author of Multivariate Statistical Simulation (Wiley Applied Probability and Statistics Series) and has published in such journals as Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Technometrics, Biometrics, JASA, The American Statistician, J. of Statistical Planning and Inference, and Risk Analysis. Mark does extensive consulting in the area of catastrophic risks (especially hurricanes) and regularly is retained as an expert witness in legal cases.
Articles by Mark E. Johnson
Big data needs a coherent and unified vocabulary of terms -- or we can't share solutions to problems across disciplines.
Data falsification at research institutions to make results look better is nothing new. Here's what it can teach us about misuse of big data in business.
What can be learned for future weather events? For starters, simulations must happen quickly and no single forecasting model will do.
When elementary school students find data that interests them, they're ready to learn basic statistics concepts. The key: make data analysis relevant to young learners.