J. Calvin Berry

Associate Professor

Mathematics Department -- University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Contact

441 Maxim Doucet Hall
337-482-5294
cberry@louisiana.edu

Mathematics Department
P.O. Box 43568
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Lafayette, LA 70504-3568


Statistics Book (stat 427)

An Introduction to Statistics, August 2008 edition (with corrections from July 2014).

Probability and Statistics Book (stat325)

An Introduction to Probability and Statistics, December 2017 edition.

Statistics 325

Statistics 325 materials

Statistics 427

Statistics 427 SAS, JMP, and R files

Statistics 428

Statistics 428 SAS and JMP files

Probability Book

Probability book


Degrees

Ph.D. 1985 Cornell University
M.A. 1980 University of North Carolina at Greensboro
B.S. 1978 University of North Carolina at Greensboro

About me

I received my Bachelor of Science (1978) and Master of Arts (1980) degrees in mathematics from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. My master's thesis, which is in the area of experiment design and linear models, was directed by David G. Herr. I then received my PhD in statistics (1985) from Cornell University. My PhD dissertation, which is in the area of decision theory, was directed by George Casella. After graduating from Cornell, I joined the faculty in the mathematics department at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. In 1990 I relocated to Lafayette to join the statistics department at UL Lafayette, nee the University of Southwestern Louisiana. I am now associate professor in the mathematics department.

I teach statistics at all levels, provide statistical advice to students and faculty, and conduct research in statistics. My main research interests are in the areas of decision theory, Bayesian statistics, linear models, and multivariate analysis.

Selected research publications