Joseph D. Pane

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Statistical Analyst
Pittsburgh Office


M.S.P. in statistical practice, Carnegie Mellon University; B.S. in statistics, Carnegie Mellon University


Joseph D. Pane is a statistical analyst at the RAND Corporation. Pane has interest in a broad range of topics in education and health. Pane currently works on projects pertaining to evaluating the efficacy of personalized learning; the evaluation of school expansion; the effect the ACA has on where new physicians (i.e., physicians just finishing GME) decide to set up their first practices; supporting development of new tools for causal modeling of observational data through the estimation and evaluation of propensity score weights; and regulations surround flavored tobacco products.

Pane has experience working with mixture models with and without mixed data type, complex survey designs, experimental and quasi-experimental methods, hierarchical models, propensity score methods, de-duplication, statistical graphics and visualization, and dealing with missing data. He is advanced in the statistical programming language, R, and is experienced in SAS, Stata, Python, and SQL. Pane received his M.S.P. in statistical practice and his B.S. in statistics from Carnegie Mellon University.