Dr. Daniels is a professor of Mathematics at Central Michigan University
- American Statistical Association
External Grant Awards
- (2007) “Long-term Undergraduate Research Experience (LURE)”, National Science Foundation. PIs Ken Smith and Sivaram Narayan. Senior Investigators John Daniels, Mohan Shrikhande, Azita Manouchehri, James Angelos, Doug Lapp, Sid Graham, Katrina Piatek-Jimenez, and Dennis St. John. Amount: $595,501
- (2006) “Research Experience for Undergraduates”, National Science Foundation. PIs Ken Smith and Sivaram Narayan. Senior Investigators John Daniels and Sid Graham. Amount: $175,427
- (2004) “Statistical Analysis of Education Student Survey”, National Science Learning in Teacher Education Partnership. Amount: $1,600
- Ph.D., Western Michigan University, 2003
- M.S.I.A., Purdue University, 1987
- B.S.E.E., General Motors Institute, 1984
- Environmental Statistics
- Spatial Statistics
Selected Publications & Presentations
Daniels, J., “Where Have You Gone, Carl Yastrzemski? A Statistical Analysis of Baseball’s Batting Triple Crown”,
Society for American Baseball Research (SABR).[accepted for publication in 2008 BRJ].
- (2008) with K. Wittkowski, T. Song, and K. Anderson “U-Scores for Multivariate Data in Sports”,
Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports [published August 2008].
Daniels, J., “ A Statistical Analysis of Baseball’s Batting Triple Crown; Past, Present, and Future.”
Presented poster at the Society of American Baseball Research convention (SABR38) in Cleveland, OH June 26, 2008.
- (2007) with Lee, C., and Famoye, F ., “A Real-Time Web-Based System to Facilitate Meaningful Learning in Statistics’, Refereed Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2007 –
World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia Telecommunication, (June 25-29, 2007) [published June 2007].
Daniels, J., “ The Bi-Modal Raisin”, Presented poster at the United States Conference on Teaching Statistics (USCOTS), Columbus, OH.
- (2006) with Zeleke, A., and Lee, C.., “ Developing Projects Based on Students’ Own Data in Introductory Statistics”.
Refereed Proceedings of The International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS7), Salvador, Brazil. [published July 2006].
Daniels, J., “ An Objective Scoring Method for Graded Count Variables with Applications to Olympics, Baseball, and Medicine”.
Presented at the Joint Meetings of the American Statistical Association in Seattle, WA.
Daniels, J. and Lee, C., “Using real time data generated by students to teach statistics”.
Presented at the Western Michigan University Department of Statistics Colloquium.