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Mr Jeremy Baxter

Mr Jeremy Baxter

Senior Lecturer
Email address: j[dot]baxter[at]ru[dot]ac[dot]za

* Studied at Rhodes University obtaining a B.Sc in Mathematical Statistics and Mathematics, B.Sc (Hons) and an M.Sc in Mathematical Statistics.
* Appointed as a Junior Lecturer in 1998, as Lecturer in 1999 and as Senior Lecturer in 2008.
* Teaches at all undergraduate level in Mathematical Statistics and postgraduate courses in Multivariate Analysis and Statistical Learning.

Statistica is utilised in the Statistics 101 and BioStatistics (PC301) courses. R (and Rstudio) is the primary computational software used and supported in the Department of Statistics at Rhodes University.  Thank you to the R community for their support of the R project. I am very grateful that the DataCamp.com team assist my students learning by providing open access to their excellent courses.

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  1. T. L. Amos, L. Louw, and J.S. Baxter, Factors influencing the entrepreneurial orientation of students: an exploratory study, Pakistan Journal of Applied Sciences, 1 (2001), no. 3, 329-334.

  2. N. G. Vine, W. D. Leukes, H. Kaiser, S. Daya, J. Baxter, and T. Hecht, Competition for attachment of aquaculture candidate probiotic and pathogenic bacteria on fish intestinal mucus, Journal of Fish Diseases, 27 (2004), no. 6, 319-326.

  3. P. L. Emanuel, C. M. Shackleton, and J. S. Baxter, Modelling the sustainable harvest of Sclerocarya birrea subsp. caffra fruits in the South African lowveld, Forest Ecology and Management, 214 (2005), 91-103.

  4. B. A. Hayward, T. L. Amos, and J. Baxter, Employee performance, leadership style and emotional intelligence: an exploratory study in a South African parastatal, Acta Commercii, 8 (2008), 15-26.

  5. P. D. Collett, N. G. Vine, H. Kaiser, and J. S. Baxter, Determination of the optimal water temperature for the culture of juvenile dusky kob argyrosomus japonicus temminck and schlegel, Aquaculture Research, 39 (2008) 979-985.

  6. A. Cox, T. Amos, and J. Baxter, What future subordinates will value in their leaders: an exploratory study, Journal of Contemporary Management, 5 (2008), 72-89.

  7. L. Louw, C. Mayer, and  J. Baxter, Exploring relationship between value- and life-orientation and job satisfaction, Acta Commercii , 12 (2012), 44 - 66. ISSN: 16841999.

  8. C. Mayer, L. Louw, and J. Baxter, ’Committed, motivated and joyful?’ Job satisfaction and organisational commitment of managers at a South African public utility. Acta Commercii, 15(1), (2015), doi:10.4102/ac.v15i1.291

Conference Presentations and Proceedings

  1. T. L. Amos, J. S. Baxter, and L. Louw, Entrepreneurship: Developed by education or somewhere else?, The 12th Annual Conference of the Southern Africa Institute for Management Scientists (Pretoria, South Africa), University of South Africa, 31 October - 02 November 2000.

  2. M. P. Roberts, S. Bramdeo, and J. S. Baxter, Practical application of U-Th-Pb dating of monazite: The Ansignan Charnockitic gneiss, French Pyrenees, Proceedings of the Microscopy Society of Southern Africa, vol. 31 (2001).

  3. Jeremy Steven Baxter, How free R U to teach with R?, The Annual Conference of the South Africa Statistical Association (Boland, South Africa,), University of Cape Town, 12 - 16 November 2001.

  4. A. Cox, T. Amos, and J. Baxter, Leadership values across gender and culture (WIP), South African Institute of Management Scientists (SAIMS) Annual Conference, Stellenbosch, 11 - 13 September 2006.

  5. J. S. Baxter, G. L. Blatch, and G. Jager, Review of the implementation of codon usage bias in software utilised in the design of functional synthetic protein coding regions, Proceedings of the First Southern African Bioinformatics Workshop, eds. S. Hazelhurst and M. Ramsay, South Africa, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 28-30 January 2007, p. 103.

  6. J. van Stuyvesant Meijen, M. J. Louw, L. Louw, and J. S. Baxter, The influence of organisational culture on organisational commitment at a selected local municipality in South Africa: Empirical findings, 2008 Business and Economics Society International Conference, Hotel De La Paix, Lugano, Switzerland, June 2008.

  7. J. S. Baxter and G Jager, The effect of different protein sequence encoding schemes on the prediction of protein secondary structure, 51st Annual Conference of the South African Statistical Association, 27 - 31 October 2008, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa

  8. M. J. Louw, J. van Stuyvesant Meijen, and J. S. Baxter, The relationship between organizational culture, commitment and biographical variables at a selected municipality in South Africa. Eastern academy of management (EAM) international conference on managing in a global context economy XIII: management challenges for a new world. Orion Palace Hotel, Rio de Janeiro. Brazil. June 2009. 185-216.

  9. J. S. Baxter and G Jager, Protein secondary structure prediction: an application of Bayesian adaptive regression trees, 53rd Annual Conference of the South African Statistical Association, South Africa’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) International Convention Centre, Pretoria, 31 October to 4 November, 2011.

  10. C. Mayer, L. Louw and J. Baxter. “Relationship Between Values, Sense Of Coherence And Job Satisfaction: Exploratory Research”. EURAM 2011, Management Culture in the 21st Century. Estonian Business School, Tallinn. Estonia. June 2011.

  11. C.Page, M. J. Louw, T. Amos, and J Baxter, The Relationship Between Leadership and Employee Engagement In A South African Automotive Dealership Network, Proceedings of the 2013 South African Institute of Management Scientists (SAIMS), North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa, ISBN-978-0-19-040801-5, (2013).

  12. Jeremy S. Baxter, R Convenience functions for service course teachers. The South African Statistical Association (SASA) Conference. Rhodes University, Grahamstown. South Africa. October 2014.

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