Welcome to Casi 2006!                              

The 26th Conference on Applied Statistics in Ireland, CASI 2006, was held on 17th - 19th of May at

         The Hotel Europe, Killarney, Co. Kerry

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This conference is held annually under the auspices of the Irish Statistical Association, and it is the main forum in Ireland for methodological and applied Statistics. It has gained a reputation for its hospitality over the years, and this year the conference is being organised by the Statistics Department at University College, Cork.



List of papers:

Oral presentations


Instructions for presenters


Invited Talks:
Dennis D. Cox, Rice University,

“Multilevel Classification in Quantitative Cytology”

 John Crowley, University of Washington, Seattle and C.R.A.B.

"Challenges and Opportunities for Statisticians in Cancer Research"


Vincent Cunningham, Glaxo Smith Kline

Identifiabilty of Radioligand Binding Parameters using Positron Emission Tomography

David Giltinan, Genentech Inc.

“Using Population Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Modeling to Guide Dosing in Drug Development when the ‘Average Patient’ Does Not Exist”


Jon Hall,  OECD

"Statistics, knowledge, policy: An OECD world forum to strengthen the nexus between statistics and policy making"


James Hanley, McGill University, Montreal

“A finely stratified log-rank test with effectively-infinite-size comparison groups”


Ger Healy, Central Statistics Office, Cork, Ireland           

“What are Irish people entitled to expect from their statistical system and are they really getting it?”  

Frances Ruane, Trinity College,

“Putting Statistics at the Centre of Decision Making"


Grace Wahba, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“Regularized kernel estimation from noisy, incomplete, inconsistent

dissimilarity information”


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