Welcome

I am Raymond Wong, an assistant professor in the Department of Statistics, Texas A&M University. Before joining A&M, I was an assistant professor in the Department of Statistics, Iowa State University. I work on statistical problems with modern data complications such as big data, high dimensionality and manifold structures.


Current Teaching

  • Fall - Stat 612: Theory of Linear Models (graduate level)
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Recent Publications

  • (2017) "Kernel-based Covariate Functional Balancing for Observational Studies". Biometrika, to appear.
    Abstract PDF
  • (2017) "A Frequentist Approach to Computer Model Calibration". Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B, 79(2), 635-648.
    Abstract Journal arXiv Supplement Code
  • (2016) "Fiber Direction Estimation, Smoothing and Tracking in Diffusion MRI (with Discussions)". The Annals of Applied Statistics, 10(3), 1137-1156.
    Abstract Journal arXiv PDF Supplement
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