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1) Alonso-Pena, M., I. Gijbels, Crujeiras, R.M. (To appear). "Flexible joint modeling of mean and dispersion for the directional tuning of neuronal spike counts". Biometrics Google Scholar

2) Fuentes-Santos, I., González-Manteiga, W., Mateu, J. (To appear). Testing similarity between first-order intensities of spatial point processes. A comparative study Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation Google Scholar

3) Meilán-Vila, A., Fernández-Casal, R., Crujeiras, R.M., Francisco-Fernández, M. (To appear). A computational validation for nonparametric assessment of spatial trends Computational Statistics Google Scholar

4) Meilán-Vila, A., Francisco-Fernández, M., Crujeiras, R.M. (To appear). Goodness-of-fit tests for multiple regression with circular response Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation. Taylor and Francis Google Scholar

5) Martínez Santalla, S., Martín Devasa, R. M., Gómez-Rodríguez, Carola, Crujeiras, R.M., Baselga, Andrés (To appear). Assessing the non-linear decay of community similarity: permutation and site-block resampling significance tests Journal of Biogeography Google Scholar

6) González-Manteiga, W., Martínez Miranda, María Dolores, Van Keilegom, I. (To appear). "Goodness-of-fit tests in proportional hazards models with random effects". Biometrical Journal Google Scholar

7) González-Manteiga, W., Crujeiras, R.M., García-Portugués, Eduardo (To appear). A review of goodness-of-fit tests for models involving functional data TRENDS IN MATHEMATICAL, INFORMATION AND DATA SCIENCES: A TRIBUTE TO LEANDRO PARDO Google Scholar

8) Martín Devasa, R. M., Gómez-Rodríguez, Carola, Crujeiras, R.M., Baselga, Andrés (To appear). Species range size shapes distance-decay in community similarity Diversity and Distributions. Wiley Google Scholar

9) Giráldez Suárez, P., Crujeiras, R.M., Fernández, J. Ángel, Aboal-Viñas, J.R. (To appear). Establishment of background pollution levels and spatial analysis of moss data on a regional scale Science of the Total Environment Google Scholar

10) Pico-Calvo, A., Nachón, D.J., Vieira-Lanero, R., Barca, S., Cobo, M.C., Crujeiras, R.M., Cobo Gradín, F. (To appear). Application of Machine Learning Methodologies for Unravelling the Philopatry and Dispersal Range of Alosa Species in the Eastern European Atlantic Biology and Life Sciences Forum Google Scholar