John P. Buonaccorsi

Professor Emeritus
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Lederle Graduate Research Tower, Box 34515
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003-4515 USA

I have retired effective Aug. 6, 2013 but still involved in some research and consulting. I have an office in LGRT 1446 and can be reached at my regular departmental email address.


My main research area is Statistics, ranging from theory to applications with the latter primarily in ecological and biostatistical applications. My current work is focused primarily on measurement error in time series and longitudinal data, with particular interest in population dynamics, and methods associated with misclassification (in in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Oslo Medical School). Other areas of continuing interest include estimating distributions in the presence of measurement error, estimation in two-stage models (including random coefficients and meta-analysis and regression/synchrony in spatial-temporal settings.

Recent Publications


Write up on software for measurement error;
with illustrations and links.

My Book: "Measurement Error: Models, Methods and Applications"
Table of contents, programs, reviews, etc.


ST706: Linear Models II, Spring 2013.

Previous courses

ST505/ST697R Regression Analysis. Fall 2012

ST697/797M: Measurement Error. Fall 2012.


Information for undergraduates interested in Statistics

  • Link to StatLib at Carnegie Mellon