Office: 3555 Rackham (inside CSCAR suite)

Email: jerrick (at) umich.edu

I am a statistical consultant and adjunct lecturer at CSCAR at the University of Michigan.

I develop several R packages:

**optmatch**[Github, CRAN] implementing optimal full matching.**rlemon**[Github, CRAN] providing an R interface to the LEMON graph library.**rrelaxiv**[Github] providing an R interface to the RELAX-IV algorithm for solving the min cost flow problem.**howManyImputations**[Github, CRAN] an implementation of von Hippel (2018)’s method to estimate how many imputations are needed in multiple imputation.

My blog can be found here. I mostly use it as an external memory, cataloging coding or statistical issues that I want to be able to recall later.

My teaching website can be found here.

My dotfiles can be found on my Github page here.

Below you will find various resources I’ve created which may be useful.

**Workshops**: Notes for
workshops I have given

**Statistical Notes**:
Short-form documents discussing various statistical topics.

**Misc. Code & Software**:
Bits and bobs that are probably useful to almost nobody, about topics
like Linux or Emacs.