Random parameters modeling is one of the specialty areas of the

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Welcome to the newly established Engineering Statistics and Econometrics Application (E-SEA) Research Lab!

The E-SEA lab is part of the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, and of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York.

As data have become largely available in the fields of engineering and applied sciences, there is a need for advanced analysis methods, in order to identify ties between problems, phenomena, and potential explanatory factors. With this in mind, the E-SEA lab was created to provide assistance to Engineers and Scientists in problems involving applied statistical and econometric methods and modeling.

To that end, the E-SEA lab provides free consultation to the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at UB, and to Governmental Agencies in the State of New York.

For a limited time, and for reasonably sized problems, the E-SEA lab also provides free consultation to Public and Private Organizations.

Our statistical and econometric approaches include continuous data modeling, censored data modeling, count data modeling, hazard-based duration (survival analysis) modeling, discrete outcome modeling, ordered probability modeling, system of equations modeling, multivariate modeling, random parameters modeling, time series modeling, spatial statistical modeling, etc.

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Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering

Engineering Statistics and Econometrics Application Research Lab

204B Ketter Hall

University at Buffalo, North Campus

Buffalo, NY 14260-4300

To contact us:

Phone: (716) 645-2114

Fax: (716) 645-3733

Email: panastas@buffalo.edu

We use the tobit model for censored continuous data.

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