dr. (Michel) M. van de Velden

dr. (Michel) M. van de Velden

Associate Professor of Statistics

Associate Professor Erasmus School of Economics Econometrics
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
H11-24
Telephone
+31 10 4088692
Email
vandevelden@ese.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

M. van de Velden, A. Iodice D'Enza & F. Palumbo (2017). cluster correspondence analysis. Psychometrika, 82 (1), 158-185. doi: http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1007/s11336-016-9514-0

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Michel van de Velden is an assistant professor at the Econometric Institute of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. His research interests concern development and application of visualization methods for multivariate data. Some of his recent publications appeared in Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, Food Quality and Preference and Psychometrika.

Michel van de Velden obtained his PhD (cum laude) in 2000 at the University of Amsterdam. He was awarded a Grotius Grant and a Marie Curie Fellowships which allowed him to hold research positions at the University of Groningen and the University Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. Since 2004, he is a member of the Econometric Institute.

      • M. van de Velden (2000). Dual scaling and correspondence analysis of rank order data. In R.D.H. Heijmans, D.S.G. Pollock & A. Satorra (Eds.), Innovations in Multivariate Statistical Analysis. A Festschrift for Heinz Neudecker (Advanced studies in theoretical and applied econometrics, 36) (pp. 87-99). Boston, U.S.A.: Kluwer Academic Publisher
      • P.C. Schoonees, P.J.F. Groenen & M. van de Velden (2015). Least-squares Bilinear Clustering of Three-way Data. (Intern rapport, EI report series, no 2014-23). Rotterdam: Econometric Institute
      • M. van de Velden, A. Iodice D'Enza & F. Palumbo (2014). Cluster Correspondence Analysis. (Intern rapport, Econometric Insititute Report). Repub: Econometric Institute
      • M. van de Velden, A.I. D'Enza & F. Palumbo (2014). Cluster Correspondence Analysis. (Intern rapport, EI report serie, no EI 2014-24). Rotterdam: Econometric Institute
      • M. van de Velden, A.I. D'Enza & F. Palumbo (2014). Cluster Correspondence Analysis. (Intern rapport, EI report serie, no EI 2014-24). Rotterdam: Econometric Institute
      • M. van de Velden, K.Y. Lam & P.H.B.F. Franses (2011). Visualizing attitudes towards service levels. (Preprints, ERIM report series Research in management). Rotterdam: ERIM
      • M. van de Velden, A. de Beuckelaer, P.J.F. Groenen & F.M.T.A. Busing (2011). Nonmetric unfolding of marketing data: degeneracy and stability. (Preprints, ERIM Report Series, no 2011-03-11). Rotterdam: ERIM
      • S. Knapp & M. van de Velden (2010). Visualization of ship risk profiles for the shipping industry. (Preprints, ERIM Research in management, no 2010-03-23). 3000 DR Rotterdam: ERIM
      • J.C. Gower, P.J.F. Groenen, M. van de Velden & K. Vines (2010). Perceptual maps: The good, the bad and the ugly. (Preprints, Report Serie Research in Management, no ERS-2010-011-MKT). 3000 DR Rotterdam: ERIM
      • M. van de Velden & Y. Takane (2009). Generalized canonical correlation analysis with missing values. (Intern rapport, EI report serie, no EI 2009-28). 3000 DR Rotterdam: DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMETRICS
      • M. van de Velden, P.J.F. Groenen & J. Poblome (2007). Seriation by constrained correspondence analysis: a simulation study. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute Report, no EI 2007-40). 3000 DR Rotterdam: Econometrics
      • J.C. Gower, P.J.F. Groenen & M. van de Velden (2007). Area Biplots. (Intern rapport, EI report serie, no EI 2007-48). 3000 DR Rotterdam: Econometrics
      • M. van de Velden (2007). Detecting response styles by using dual scaling of successive categories. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute Report, no EI 2007-41). 3000 DR Rotterdam: Econometrics
      • S. Knapp & M. van de Velden (2007). Visualization of differences across port state control regimes by means of correspondence analysis. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute Report, no EI 2007-32). 3000 DR Rotterdam: Econometrics
      • U. Lorenzo-Seva, M. van de Velden & H.A.L. Kiers (2007). Oblique rotation in correspondence analysis: a step forward in the search of the simplest interpretation. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute Report, no EI 2007-25). 3000 DR Rotterdam: Econometrics
      • A. Torres & M. van de Velden (2005). Perceptual mapping of multiple variable batteries by plotting supplementary variables in correspondence analysis of rating data. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute Report Serie, no EI2005-14). 3000 DR Rotterdam: Econometrics
      • M. van de Velden, P.J.F. Groenen & J. Poblome (2005). Seriation mit bedingter Korrespondenzanalyse: Simulationsexperimente. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute Reprint Serie, no EI-1344). 3000 DR Rotterdam: Econometrics
      • P.J.F. Groenen & M. van de Velden (2004). Multidimensional scaling. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute, no EI 2004-15). :
      • P.J.F. Groenen & M. van de Velden (2002). Inverse correspondence analysis. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute, no EI 2002-31). :
      • M. van de Velden (2008). Detecting Response Styles by using Dual Scaling of Successive Categories. In K. Shigemasu, A. Okada, T. Imaizumi & T. Hoshino (Eds.), New trends in psychometrics (pp. 517-524). tokyo: universal academy press
      • P.J.F. Groenen & M. van de Velden (2005). Multidimensional Scaling. In B.S. Everitt & D.C. Howel (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Sciences Vol. 2. Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Sciences (pp. 1280-1289)
      • M. van de Velden & H.A.L. Kiers (2003). An application of rotation in correspondence analysis. In H. Yanai, A. Okada, K. Shigemasu, Y. Kano & J.J. Meulman (Eds.), New Developments in Psychometrics (pp. 471-478). Tokyo: Springer Verlag
  • Associate Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Economics
    Department
    Econometrics
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    +31 10 4088692
  • Computational Statistics

    Role
    Associate Editor
    Start Date
    Nov/2011

    Statistical Papers

    Additional Information
    Editor Problem Section
    Role
    Special Section Editor
    Start Date
    Feb/2008
    End Date
    Sep/2017
  • IASC

    Start Date
    Jul/2017
    End Date
    Jul/2019
    Place
    DEN HAAG
    Specialty
    Statistiek

    Ver. voor Statistiek en Operationele Research

    Start Date
    Jan/2009
    End Date
    Is current
    Place
    WAGENINGEN
    Specialty
    Statistiek

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam