Olusola Samuel Makinde
Olusola Samuel Makinde
Department of Statistics, Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria
Verified email at futa.edu.ng
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A dynamical and zero-inflated negative binomial regression modelling of malaria incidence in Limpopo Province, South Africa
GJ Abiodun, OS Makinde, AM Adeola, KY Njabo, PJ Witbooi, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (11), 2000, 2019
On some nonparametric classifiers based on distribution functions of multivariate ranks
OS Makinde, B Chakraborty
Modern Nonparametric, Robust and Multivariate Methods, 249-264, 2015
Modelling of malaria incidence in Akure, Nigeria: negative binomial approach
OS Makinde, GJ Abiodun, OT Ojo
GeoJournal 86 (3), 1327-1336, 2021
The impact of rainfall and temperature on malaria dynamics in the KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa
OS Makinde, GJ Abiodun
Communications in Statistics: Case Studies, Data Analysis and Applications 6 …, 2020
Classification rules based on distribution functions of functional depth
OS Makinde
Statistical Papers 60 (3), 629-640, 2019
Exploring the influence of daily climate variables on malaria transmission and abundance of Anopheles arabiensis over Nkomazi local municipality, mpumalanga province, South Africa
GJ Abiodun, KY Njabo, PJ Witbooi, AM Adeola, TL Fuller, KO Okosun, ...
Journal of environmental and public health 2018, 2018
On some classification methods for high dimensional and functional data
OS Makinde
University of Birmingham, 2015
On rank distribution classifiers for high-dimensional data
O Samuel Makinde
Journal of Applied Statistics 47 (13-15), 2895-2911, 2020
Investigating the resurgence of malaria prevalence in South Africa between 2015 and 2018: A scoping review
GJ Abiodun, B Adebiyi, RO Abiodun, O Oladimeji, KE Oladimeji, ...
The Open Public Health Journal 13 (1), 2020
Identification of optimal autoregressive integrated moving average model on temperature data
OS Makinde, OA Fasoranbaku
Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods 10 (2), 31, 2011
COVID-19 incidence and mortality in Nigeria: gender based analysis
OO Olusola-Makinde, OS Makinde
PeerJ 9, e10613, 2021
On some classifiers based on multivariate ranks
O Makinde, B Chakraborty
Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods 47 (16), 3955-3969, 2018
On maximum depth classifiers: depth distribution approach
OS Makinde, OA Fasoranbaku
Journal of Applied Statistics 45 (6), 1106-1117, 2018
Mathematical modelling of two-step exothermic reactions with and without reactants consumption
OS Makinde, KS Adegbie, OA Fasoranbaku
FUTA J. Res. Sci 1, 44-53, 2013
Impact of COVID-19 prevalence and mode of transmission on mortality cases over WHO regions
OS Makinde, OO Olusola-Makinde, EI Olamide, GJ Abiodun
Health Information Science and Systems 8 (1), 1-8, 2020
Modeling the gross domestic product of Nigeria from 1985 to 2018
OS Makinde, AO Adepetun, BM Oseni
Communications in Statistics: Case Studies, Data Analysis and Applications 6 …, 2020
Gene expression data classification: some distance-based methods
OS Makinde
Kuwait Journal of science 46 (3), 2019
On misclassication probabilities of linear and quadratic classiers
OS Makinde
Afrika Statistika 11 (1), 943-953, 2016
Behavioural pattern of causality parameter of autoregressive moving average model
OA Fasoranbaku, OS Makinde
Journal of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics 19, 2011
Impact of COVID-19 and lockdown policies on farming, food security and agribusiness in West Africa
BA Ojokoh, OS Makinde, LS Fayeun, OT Babalola, KV Salako, F Adzitey, ...
Data Science for COVID-19: Computational Perspectives. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2020
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