# Items by Faraway, Julian

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**34**.## Book/s

Faraway, J., 2015.

*Linear Models with R (2nd ed.).*Chapman Hall/CRC. (Texts in Statistical Science)Faraway, J. J., 2006.

*Extending the linear model with R.*Chapman Hall/CRC.Faraway, J. J., 2005.

*Linear models with R.*Chapman Hall/CRC. (Texts in Statistical Science Series; 63)## Articles

Faraway, J., 2016. Modeling Lightcurves for Improved Classification of Astronomical Objects.

*Statistical Analysis and Data Mining*Item availability may be restricted.Faraway, J. J., 2016. Does data splitting improve prediction.

*Statistics and Computing*, 26 (1-2), pp. 49-60.Augustin, N. H., Mattocks, C., Faraway, J. J., Greven, S. and Ness, A. R., 2015. Modelling a response as a function of high frequency count data:the association between physical activity and fat mass.

*Statistical Methods in Medical Research*Item availability may be restricted.Faraway, J. J., 2014. Regression for non-Euclidean data using distance matrices.

*Journal of Applied Statistics*, 41 (11), pp. 2342-2357.Trotman, C.-a., Phillips, C., Faraway, J. J., Hartman, T. and Van Aalst, J. A., 2013. Influence of objective three-dimensional measures and movement images on surgeon treatment planning for lip revision surgery.

*Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal*, 50 (6), pp. 684-695.Augustin, N., Mattocks, C., Cooper, A., Ness, A. R. and Faraway, J., 2012. Modelling fat mass as a function of weekly physical activity profiles measured by Actigraph accelerometers.

*Physiological Measurement*, 33 (11), pp. 1831-1839.Wood, S. N., Scheipl, F. and Faraway, J. J., 2012. Straightforward intermediate rank tensor product smoothing in mixed models.

*Statistics and Computing*, 23 (3), pp. 341-360.Trotman, C.-A. E., Faraway, J. J., Soltmann, R., Hartman, T. and Van Aalst, J., 2012. Facial soft tissue dynamics before and after primary lip repair.

*Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal*, 50 (3), pp. 315-322.Faraway, J. J., 2012. Backscoring in principal coordinates analysis.

*Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics*, 21 (2), pp. 394-412.Faraway, J. J. and Trotman, C.-A., 2011. Shape change along geodesics with application to cleft lip surgery.

*Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series C-Applied Statistics*, 60 (5), pp. 743-755.Trotman, C.-A., Faraway, J. J., Phillips, C. and van Aalst, J., 2010. Effects of lip revision surgery in cleft lip/palate patients.

*Journal of Dental Research*, 89 (7), pp. 728-732.Ferri, C., Mastrogiacomo, L. and Faraway, J., 2010. Sources of variability in the set-up of an Indoor GPS.

*International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing*, 23 (6), pp. 487-499.Faraway, J. and Choe, S. B., 2009. Modelling orientation trajectories.

*Statistical Modelling*, 9 (1), pp. 51-68.Lobato, H., Ferri, C., Faraway, J., Orchard, N. and , R.-R. p., P., 2009. Uncertainty due to experimental conditions in co-ordinate measuring machines.

*Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture*, 223 (5), pp. 499-509.Trotman, C.-A., Phillips, C., Essick, G. K., Faraway, J. J., Barlow, S. M., Losken, H. W., van Aalst, J. and Rogers, L., 2007. Functional outcomes of cleft lip surgery. Part I: Study design and surgeon ratings of lip disability and need for lip revision.

*Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal*, 44 (6), pp. 598-606.Trotman, C.-A., Faraway, J. J., Losken, H. W. and van Aalst, J. A., 2007. Functional outcomes of cleft lip surgery. Part II. Quantification of nasolabial movement.

*Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal*, 44 (6), pp. 607-616.Trotman, C.-A., Barlow, S. M. and Faraway, J. J., 2007. Functional outcomes of cleft lip surgery:Part III: Measurement of lip forces.

*Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal*, 44 (6), pp. 617-623.Faraway, J. J., Reed, M. P. and Wang, J., 2007. Modelling three-dimensional trajectories by using Bezier curves with application to hand motion.

*Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series C-Applied Statistics*, 56, pp. 571-585.Faraway, J. and Reed, M. P., 2007. Statistics for digital human motion modeling in ergonomics.

*Technometrics*, 49 (3), pp. 277-290.Park, W., Chaffin, D. B., Martin, B. J. and Faraway, J. J., 2005. A computer algorithm for representing spatial-temporal structure of human motion and a motion generalization method.

*5th World Congress of Biomechanics Munich, Germany, 29 July - 4 August 2006*, 38 (11), pp. 2321-2329.Trotman, C. A., Faraway, J. J. and Phillips, C., 2005. Visual and statistical modeling of facial movement in patients with cleft lip and palate.

*Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal*, 42 (3), pp. 245-254.Shen, Q. and Faraway, J., 2004. An F test for linear models with functional responses.

*Statistica Sinica*, 14 (4), pp. 1239-1257.Faraway, J. J., 2004. Human animation using nonparametric regression.

*Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics*, 13 (3), 537--553.Faraway, J. J., 2004. Modeling continuous shape change for facial animation.

*Statistics and Computing*, 14 (4), p. 357.Nooreyazdan, M., Trotman, C. A. and Faraway, J. J., 2004. Modeling facial movement: II. A dynamic analysis of differences caused by orthognathic surgery.

*Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery*, 62 (11), pp. 1380-1386.Faraway, J., 2003. Regression modeling of motion with endpoint constraints.

*Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation*, 14, 31--41.## Reports/Papers

Faraway, J., 2014.

*Modeling Light Curves for Improved Classification.*Working Paper.## Conference or Workshop Items

Augustin, N. H., Mattocks, C., Riddoch, C., Ness, A. and Faraway, J., 2011. Modelling obesity as a function of weekly physical activity profiles measured by Actigraph accelerometers. Glasgow: Glasgow Caledonian University, p. 38.

Faraway, J. J., 2010. Generalized linear models. Elsevier, pp. 178-183.