To whom it may concern,
I have been gradschooling for the last 6 months or so, so I have had nary the chance to freelance and kick shit around as in the before-times. However, over break while studying for qualifying exams, I put together a few solutions for “An Introduction to Generalized Linear Models” by Dobson & Barnett. You will find it here (let me know if there are errors).
Clearly, I’d like to get more stuff out here but I’m NOT a content-producing machine. This semester I’ll be taking some classes on stochastic processes, linear models and the like so maybe I’ll have something of that ilk pop up here. Probably not, but like the Tunguska event of 1908, in which a large explosion was reported of what purportedly was a giant, 200 foot meteor, which had energy 1000 times greater than when Little Boy was dropped on Hiroshima, yet mysteriously left no impact crater, strange things can happen. Ok.