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A Celebration of Scholarship: Decision Support & Institutional Research

Spotlighting the scholarly and creative accomplishments of Austin Peay's faculty, staff, and students.

Decision Support & Institutional Research

Journal Article

ENROLLMENT PROJECTION USING MARKOV CHAINS: DETECTING LEAKY PIPES AND THE BULGE IN THE BOA

Gandy, Rex, Lynne Crosby, Andrew Luna, Daniel Kasper, and Sherry Kendrick. “Enrollment Projection Using Markov Chains: Detecting Leaky Pipes and the Bulge in the Boa.” The AIR Professional File, no. 147 (Fall 2019). https://doi.org/10.34315/apf1472019.

Conference

CREATING A STUDENT SUCCESS PREDICTOR USING STATISTICAL LEARNING

Luna, Andrew, Rex Gandy, and Daniel Kasper. “Creating a Student Success Predictor Using Statistical Learning.” Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange. Conference Compendium (2019).

Journal Article

THE USE OF A VIABILITY INDEX AS A BETTER MEASURE OF DEPARTMENTAL AND PROGRAM STRENGTH

Luna, Andrew, Sherry Kendrick, and Melissa Johnson. “The Use of a Viability Index as a Better Measure of Departmental and Program Strength.” The AIR Professional File, no. 152 (Spring 2021).

Bibliography

Gandy, Rex, Lynne Crosby, Andrew Luna, Daniel Kasper, and Sherry Kendrick. “Enrollment Projection Using Markov Chains: Detecting Leaky Pipes and the Bulge in the Boa.” The AIR Professional File, no. 147 (Fall 2019). https://doi.org/10.34315/apf1472019.

Luna, Andrew, Rex Gandy, and Daniel Kasper. “Creating a Student Success Predictor Using Statistical Learning.” Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange. Conference Compendium (2019).

Luna, Andrew, Sherry Kendrick, and Melissa Johnson. “The Use of a Viability Index as a Better Measure of Departmental and Program Strength.” The AIR Professional File, no. 152 (Spring 2021).