Eleanne Solorzano

Associate Professor of Decision Sciences
Phone: 
603.862.3362
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Paul College 322
Eleanne
Education

Ph.D. , University of South Carolina, Statistics
M.S., University of Florida, Statistics
B.S., University of Florida , Mathematics and Statistics

Recent Research

Solorzano, E. and Spurrier, J.D. (1999). One-Sided Simultaneous Comparisons with More than One Control, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 63, 37-46.

Solorzano, E. and Spurrier, J.D. (2001), Comparing More Than One Treatment to More Than One Control in Incomplete Blocks, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 97, 385-398.

Solorzano, E. and Spurrier, J.D. (2001), Nonparametric Multiple Comparisons with More than One Control, Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, 13, 397-412.

Shore, B., Venkatachalam, V., Solorzano, E., Burn, J. M., Hassan, S. Z., and Janczewski, L. J. (2001), Softlifting and Piracy: behavior across cultures, Technology in Society, 23(4), 563-581.

Spurrier, J.D. and Solorzano, E. (2004), Multiple Comparisons With More Than One Control," in Recent Developments in Multiple Comparison Procedures (ed. Yoav Benjamini, Frank Bretz, and Sanat Sarkar), IMS Lecture Notes Monograph Series, 47, 119-128.

Solorzano, E. (2006), Nonparametric Comparisons with k2 > 2 Controls Using Normal Scores and Savage Statistics, Computational Statistics, 21(3), 463-472.

Dasgupta, N., Solorzano, E., and Lazar, N. A. (2006), Using numerical methods to nd the least favorable conguration when comparing k test treatments with both positive and negative controls, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 76(3), 251-265.

Dasgupta, N., Solorzano, E. and Tong, T. (2010) Comparing Two Test Treatments to both Positive and Negative Controls, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 140, 180-188.

Solorzano, E. , Okamoto, K., Datla, P., Sung, W., Bergeron, D. and Thomas, W.K. (2011) Shifting patterns of natural variation in the nuclear genome of Caenorhabditis elegans, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11: 168.