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Dr Richard Everitt

I am an Associate Professor in Statistics. My research is in methodology for Bayesian computation, applied to problems in statistical genetics, neuroscience, ecology, weather and climate, spatial statistics, network analysis and signal processing. For my latest news see my blog, or for my publications see my Google scholar page. I have a personal website.


In Term 1 I am teaching ST344 Professional Practice of Data Analysis.

Teaching office hours

Please feel free to visit my office without making an appointment during the following times:

Thursdays: 10-11 or 11-12

Booking a meeting with me

Students: please email me if you need to book a meeting, after checking my availability at this link and taking into account the following constraints:

  • propose a meeting starting 10am or later, and ending 4:30pm or earlier;

  • please book your meeting next to an existing one if possible.

Non-students: you can use doodle to book a meeting with me. No doodle account is required in order for you to do this, but note that in doing this you are consenting to Doodle creating an event in my Google Calendar, which will contain any details that you submit in the meeting request.

Richard Everitt

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