Invited talks

  • Lundell JF. (2019) “Writing your own R packages: how, why, and what’s in it for me?,” Utah State University Data Analytics Student Seminar Series, Logan, Utah. link to slides

  • Lundell JF, Bean B. (2018) “I hate group projects! A solution to group work angst using interdisciplinary consulting as a guide,” Professional Development Seminar, Utah State University Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Logan, Utah. link to slides

  • Lundell JF, Bean B. (2018) “Let’s talk about the weather: using ggplot and R Shiny to explore spatiotemporal features of United States weather data”, Utah State University Data Analytics Student Seminar Series, Logan, Utah.

  • Lundell JF. (2018) “Why statistics?”, BYU-I Women in STEM Forum, Rexburg, Idaho.

Other presentations

  • Lundell JF. (2019) “Where do I begin? Tuning support vector machines and boosted trees,” Joint Statistical Meetings, Denver, Colorado. link to slides

  • Lundell JF, Bean B. (2018) “I hate group projects! A solution to group work angst using interdisciplinary consulting as a guide,” Together We Teach Conference, Logan, Utah. link to slides

  • Lundell JF, Bean B, Symanzik J. (2018) “Let’s talk about the weather,” Joint Statistical Meetings, Vancouver, British Columbia. link to slides

  • Lundell JF. (2018) “Which genes are really causing my problems? Filtering with LASSO and elastic net to find the signal in ultra-high dimensional data,” The Conference on Statistical Learning and Data Science / Nonparametric Statistics, New York City, New York.

  • Lundell JF. (2017) “There has to be an easier way: a simple alternative for parameter tuning of supervised learning methods,” Joint Statistical Meetings, Baltimore, Maryland.

  • Lyons R, Lundell JF, Peralta R. (2016) “Groundwater modeling of the Uinta Basin, Utah, as a boundary condition of the Birds Nest Aquifer”, Utah State University Spring Run-Off Conference, Logan, Utah.

  • Lundell JF, Fu G. (2016) “Analysis of ultra-high-dimensional polycystic ovary syndrome genome using DC-RR,” Joint Statistical Meetings, Chicago, Illinois.

  • Lundell JF, Oates B. (2014) “Why I should stick my nose in other people’s business or why I should participate in all phases of the data life cycle,” Radiobioassay and Radiochemical Measurements Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee. link to slides

  • Lundell JF, Oates B. (2014) “How far can you drive with three flat tires and one good tire or why the data life cycle matters to me,” Radiobioassay and Radiochemical Measurements Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee.

  • Lundell JF, LaCroix D, Oates B. (2009) “Data quality assessment: what is it, why use it, and what’s in it for me?” work shop, EPA Quality Management Conference, San Antonio, Texas.