My name is Evan Miyakawa, and I am a Ph.D. statistician, working as a Data Scientist for Zelus Analytics. I obtained my doctorate in Statistics from Baylor in 2022. I previously received my bachelors degree in Mathematics from Taylor University in 2017. In my spare time, I run a college basketball analytics website at EvanMiya.com.
Ph.D. in Statistics, 2022
M.S. in Statistics, 2018
B.S. in Mathematics, 2017
My dissertation deals with several distinct concepts, including Bayesian computational methods, model selection in network meta-analysis with clinical trial data, and quantifying forecast uncertainty in machine learning.
I presented a talk on common Bayesian computational methods and implementations, which contrasts each and gives general guidelines for use. The paper form of this presentation is being written and will be a chapter in my dissertation.