Neal Fultz

PhD Student

UCLA Statistics

Recent
Links Visited

1028: Gender Specific Listening | Music Machinery

1027: AA Gill rewarded for Morrissey hatchet job| News | The Week UK

1026: How R came to be

1025: How to Save 90% on Your S3 Bill | AppNeta

1024: Street Fighter 2: An Oral History | Polygon

Books Read

17: The Mental Floss History of the United States by Erik Sass

16: Introducing Infinite: A Graphic Guide by Brian Clegg and Oliver Pugh

15: The Club Dumas by Arturo Perez-Reverte

14: Critical Failures by Robert Bevan

13: Roadside Picnic by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky

Tracks Scrobbled

September 16: Cold – End Of The World

September 16: Stereomud – Pain

September 16: DevilDriver – Hold Back The Day

September 16: Whores of Tijuana – Trip Manhattan

September 16: Royal Thunder – Blue

About Me

I write code to analyze data.

I'm interested in building statistical software for economics and the social sciences, especially the economics of information security.

Teaching

@ UCLA

@ UC Berkeley

@ Washburn

Consulting and Tutoring

I'm a freelance statistician and programmer. I've worked on fraud detection, demand modeling, interspecies lizard aggression and just about everything in between.

I also tutor computer science, statistics, math and logic. Graduate students preferred.

Rates and references available on request.

Web Presentation

I made this site with a hacked version of S5. My changes are available here:

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