Written with Forrest W. Young and Michael Friendly, provides an intuitive approach to data analysis and statistics. You can download current version of ViSta here.
This paper, with Ruben Ledesma, describes the history of dynamic-interactive graphics since the book Dynamic Graphics for Statistics was publised.
An interview in RTVE about the dangers of using navigators while driving.
Hepathic encefalopathy can produce cognitive impairment and limit fitness to driving as discussed in this paper
A paper published in the journal Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews explaining the history of ViSta, current situation, etc. A small tribute to Forrest W. Young that was the main developer of ViSta for so many years. Here is a link to the file.
This paper, with Rubén Ledesma as first author, presents a computer program for Parallel analysis and a review of methods for deciding the number of factors to retain in exploratory factor analysis.
Naturalistic driving is an approach for research in traffic safety that involves collecting data from cars driven in real traffic. The project PROLOGUE funded by the EU was the opportunity for me to apply this methodology field trials.
A paper published in journal iet intelligent transport systems on the use of navigators while driving.
The Dirección General de Tráfico (DGT) organizes technical sessions about research in traffic. The overheads for my presentation on naturalistic driving are here.
A paper in the JSS about a module of ViSta for performing loglinear analysis. I have improved it a lot since then and I still think its interface beats many other programs.
Michael van Langren can be the first in drawing what can be regarded as an statistical plot. He was trying to sell a research project to the queen of Spain (sounds familiar?). Here is a link to the preprint of a paper coauthored with Michael Friendly and Joaquin Ibáñez-Udargui and published in the American Statistician.