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We have seven major research areas covering a diverse range of research interests. Browse the links below for more information.
As the birthplace of R, we are home to a growing number of statisticians who work on statistical computing and computational statistics.
We find novel ways to understand and predict the behaviour of particular variables using information from other variables.
Our statistical ecology researchers have a broad range of areas of expertise and interests.
Our research seeks to understand the randomness that surrounds us. Whether its the motion and collisions of atoms or cars at an intersection.
Our research considers the measurements of genetic and epigenetic features and analyses human genetic data.
Astrostatistics combines astrophysics, statistical analysis and data mining to study data associated with the cosmos.
We have a worldwide reputation for quality statistics education research across a range of statistical areas.
Discover the research of our early-career and up-and-coming academics in the area of Statistics.
Search for masters and doctoral supervisors and research projects that you can join.
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