- Datasets (click for link)
- Ph.D., New South Wales, Australia, 1969
- B.S., First Class Honors, 1966
- Symbolic Data
- Epidemic Theory
- Time Series
- Sequential Analysis
Massively large data sets are routine and ubiquitous given modern computer capabilities. What is not so routine is how to analyse these data. One approach is to aggregate the data sets according to some scientific criteria. The resultant data are perforce symbolic data, i.e., lists, intervals, histograms, and so on. Applications abound, especially in the medical…
During Women's History Month, the Department of Statistics is honored to feature Professor Lynne Billard's timely article titled “Women Trailblazers in the Statistical Profession,” which…
Please read an exciting discussion with 1996 ASA President, Lynne Billard, which appeared in the July 2016 issue of AMSTAT News. Congratulations, Lynne!
The department congratulates University Professor Lynne Billard as the 2013 recipient of the COPSS Florence Nightingale David Award.
University Professor Lynne Billard is the recipient of the Tenth Annual Janet L. Norwood Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in the Statistical Sciences. She will accept the award at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Congratulations to Lynne Billard for winning the 2008 Elizabeth L. Scott Award from the Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies. This award, given every other year to only one winner, recognizes exemplary efforts to further the careers of women in…
As part of its 60th anniversary, the University of New South Wales highlights 60 of its alumni in its alumni magazine UNSWorld. We are proud to report that it features one of our own, University Professor Lynne Billard.