Daniel T. Larose, PhD
Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Data Mining @CCSU

Marcus White Hall 105   
CCSU, New Britain, CT, 06050
  (860) 832-2862


Daughter Chantal Larose
completed her PhD in the Statistics Dept at UConn, Storrs, in 2015.

Dissertation: Model-Based Clustering Using Incomplete Data.

She has accepted a position as Assistant Professor
of Statistics in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Eastern Connecticut State University.


Recent books published

Discovering Statistics
Third edition, W.H. Freeman, 2016

Data Mining
and Predictive Analytics
Second edition,
with Chantal Larose,
Wiley, 2015

Discovering Knowledge in Data:
An Introduction to Data Mining
Second edition,
with Chantal Larose,
Wiley, 2014

Recent research papers published

The Role of Patient History and Body Site Surveillance Cultures as Predictors of Colonization in a Long-Term Acute Care Hospital Setting, by Brenda Nurse, MD, Randall Barton, PhD, and Daniel Larose.  Connecticut Medicine, February, 2017.

Developing Artificial Neural Networks to Predict Functional One Year After Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury,
by Timothy Belliveau, PhD and multiple authors,

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
, October, 2016.

DLow Rate of Bacteremia with a Subcutaneously Implanted Central Venous Access Device,
by Brenda Nurse, MD, Rita Bonczek, APRN, Randall Barton, PhD, and Daniel Larose, PhD,

The Journal of Vascular Access, 2013

The companion website 
for the Wiley books is: www.dataminingconsultant.com.

The Wiley Series on Methods and Applications in Data Mining

Daniel T. Larose, Series Editor
Data Mining Series Brochure

Call for Book Proposals

Dan lives
in Tolland, CT with his wife Debra, daughters Chantal and Ravel, and son Tristan.  
My twin children, Tristan and Ravel, begin their college careers this fall at ECSU.

Thus, all three of my kids have ended up at Eastern at the same time, one as a professor and two as students.


Tristan Spring Larose

Ravel Renaissance Larose