Todd Graves

Organization: 
Berry Consultants, LLC
Professional Title: 
Statistical Scientist

Dr. Todd Graves is a Statistical Scientist at Berry Consultants, LLC. He worked with NISS as a postdoc from 1995 to 1999, where he studied Change Management Data and Change Effort. He studied at Michigan State University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Statistics and Probability. He then went on to earn a Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics at Stanford University in 1995. Prior to his current position with Berry Consultants, LLC, Graves worked as a statistical scientist for the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

As a Statistical Scientist at Berry Consultants, Graves has been working on projects that utilize the Bayesian approach to medical statistics. In addition to medical statistics, Graves is interested in college football team rankings, and has created a system that is based on a statistical model that utilizes entire games instead of simply focusing on final scores.

NISS Research Projects

Technical Reports

  • WEB-Based Text Visualization -
  • Visualizing Software Changes -
  • Variability of Travel Times on Arterial Links: Effects of Signals and Volume -
  • Variability of Travel Times on Arterial Links: Effects of Signals and Volume -
  • Real-Time Prediction of Incipient Congestion on Freeways from Detector Data -
  • Predicting Fault Incidence Using Software Change History -
  • Inferring Change Effort from Configuration Management Databases -
  • Finding Clusters in Network Link Strength Data -
  • Does Code Decay? Assessing the Evidence from Change Management Data -
  • An Empirical Study of Regression Test Selection Technique -

Publications