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James M. Curran
James M. Curran
Professor of Statistics, University of Auckland
Verified email at stat.auckland.ac.nz
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Introduction to Bayesian statistics
WM Bolstad, JM Curran
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
18442016
Forensic interpretation of glass evidence
JM Curran, TNH Champod, JS Buckleton
CRC Press, 2000
2362000
Developing allelic and stutter peak height models for a continuous method of DNA interpretation
JA Bright, D Taylor, JM Curran, JS Buckleton
Forensic Science International: Genetics 7 (2), 296-304, 2013
1662013
Interpreting DNA mixtures in structured populations
JM Curran, CM Triggs, J Buckleton, BS Weir
Journal of Forensic Sciences 44 (5), 987-995, 1999
1541999
A graphical simulation model of the entire DNA process associated with the analysis of short tandem repeat loci
P Gill, J Curran, K Elliot
Nucleic acids research 33 (2), 632-643, 2005
1502005
Expressing evaluative opinions: a position statement
C Aitken, CEH Berger, JS Buckleton, C Champod, J Curran, AP Dawid, ...
Science & justice 51 (1), 1-2, 2011
1422011
LoComatioN: a software tool for the analysis of low copy number DNA profiles
P Gill, A Kirkham, J Curran
Forensic Science International 166 (2-3), 128-138, 2007
1412007
PENDULUM—a guideline-based approach to the interpretation of STR mixtures
M Bill, P Gill, J Curran, T Clayton, R Pinchin, M Healy, J Buckleton
Forensic science international 148 (2-3), 181-189, 2005
1242005
Towards understanding the effect of uncertainty in the number of contributors to DNA stains
JS Buckleton, JM Curran, P Gill
Forensic Science International: Genetics 1 (1), 20-28, 2007
1192007
The low-template-DNA (stochastic) threshold—its determination relative to risk analysis for national DNA databases
P Gill, R Puch-Solis, J Curran
Forensic Science International: Genetics 3 (2), 104-111, 2009
1112009
Evaluating forensic DNA profiles using peak heights, allowing for multiple donors, allelic dropout and stutters
R Puch-Solis, L Rodgers, A Mazumder, S Pope, I Evett, J Curran, ...
Forensic Science International: Genetics 7 (5), 555-563, 2013
1012013
Interpretation of complex DNA profiles using empirical models and a method to measure their robustness
P Gill, J Curran, C Neumann, A Kirkham, T Clayton, J Whitaker, J Lambert
Forensic Science International: Genetics 2 (2), 91-103, 2008
972008
Interpretation of repeat measurement DNA evidence allowing for multiple contributors and population substructure
JM Curran, P Gill, MR Bill
Forensic Science International 148 (1), 47-53, 2005
962005
The interpretation of elemental composition measurements from forensic glass evidence: I
JM Curran, CM Triggs, JR Almirall, JS Buckleton, KAJ Walsh
Science &Justice 37 (4), 241-244, 1997
901997
The interpretation of elemental composition measurements from forensic glass evidence: I
JM Curran, CM Triggs, JR Almirall, JS Buckleton, KAJ Walsh
Science & Justice 37 (4), 241-244, 1997
901997
Population-specific FST values for forensic STR markers: A worldwide survey
J Buckleton, J Curran, J Goudet, D Taylor, A Thiery, BS Weir
Forensic Science International: Genetics 23, 91-100, 2016
852016
An introduction to Bayesian credible intervals for sampling error in DNA profiles
JM Curran
Law, Probability and Risk 4 (1-2), 115-126, 2005
832005
Degradation of forensic DNA profiles
JA Bright, D Taylor, JM Curran, JS Buckleton
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 45 (4), 445-449, 2013
792013
Assessing uncertainty in DNA evidence caused by sampling effects
JM Curran, JS Buckleton, CM Triggs, BS Weir
Science & justice 42 (1), 29-37, 2002
792002
A discussion of the merits of random man not excluded and likelihood ratios
J Buckleton, J Curran
Forensic Science International: Genetics 2 (4), 343-348, 2008
772008
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