Dr. (Mrs.)

APANTAKU Fadeke Sola 

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Dr. (Mrs.) Apantaku, Fadeke Sola is a Senior Lecture in the Department of Statistics, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB). She teaches courses in Statistics at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Her teaching career has spanned over thirty (30) years. She served as the acting Head of the Department of Statistics from February, 2015 to January, 2017.

Dr. Apantaku has published twenty-five (25) journal articles in Sample Survey and Inference and applications. Her research work involves application of statistical tools in solving problems in Agriculture, Environment, Education and Demography. She has collaborated with other researchers in the area of Stochastic Processes, Experimental Design, Distribution Theory and Data Modelling. She has supervised many undergraduate projects and postgraduate thesis.

Dr. Apantaku is a member of Academic Associations amongst which is the Nigerian Statistical Association (NSA) and International Biometric Society (IBS), Nigerian Group

a. Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics 2012
b. Master of Science in Statistics 1990
c. Bachelor of Science in Statistics (2nd Class Upper Division, 1985
d. National Certificate in Education (Mathematics/Physics)1981
e. West African School Certificate. 1977
f. First School Leaving Certificate. 1972

(i) Completed
Nil
(ii) In progress:
a. Stratification in successive sampling
b. Estimation of parameters in double sampling
c. Estimation of parameters in multistage sampling.

(i) Member, Nigeria Statistical Association.

(ii) Member, Professional Statisticians Association of Nigeria.
(iii)Member, International Biometric Society (Group Nigeria)
(iv) Member, Royal Statistical Society, UK.

(1) Olayiwola, O. M, Apantaku, F. S, and Sohe, E.M. (2017). Stratified randomized
response technique for collecting information on sensitive characteristics. Paper presented at the Nigerian Statistical Society Conference. Held at Conference Center University of Ibadan, April 3-6, 2017.

(2) Apantaku, F. S., Olayiwola, O. M. and Ajayi, A. O. (2015). Comparison of estimates on two occasions involving stratification using successive sampling. Paper presented at the Nigerian Statistical Association Annual Conference. Held at Multipurpose Hall Local Government Service Commission, Osun State Secretariat Osogbo. September 9-11, 2015.

(3) Apantaku, F.S, Olayiwola, O.M, and Adewara, A.A (2014). Optimum allocation of multi-items in stratified random sampling using principal component analysis. Paper presented at the Royal Statistical Society 2013 Annual International Conference, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom. September 1-4, 2014.

(4) Olayiwola, O.M, Apantaku, F.S, Bisira, H.O, and Adewara, A.A (2013). Efficiency of Neyman allocation procedure over equal and proportional allocation procedure in stratified random sampling. Paper presented at the Royal Statistical Society 2013 Annual International Conference, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom. September 2-5, 2013.

(5) Olayiwola O.M. and Apantaku, F.S (2013): Development and Validation of a model for Longitudinal Survey Optimum Response. Paper presented at the Royal Statistical Society 2013 Annual International Conference, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom. September 2-5, 2013.

(6) Apantaku, F.S, Sodique, F.R and Dawodu, G. A (2007). Demographic impact of HIV/AIDS on Nigerian population: A case study of Ijebu Zone, Ogun State. Paper presented at the 10th Biannual IBS SUSAN Workshop/Conference Held at Kwame Nkrumah University of Technology, Kumasi, Ghana. July 24-27, 2009.

(7) Akinsete, A.A. and Apantaku, F.S (1998). On the transition probability of serial network in absorbing medium with withdrawals. A paper presented at the Nigerian Statistical Association Conference on the Role of Statistics on the Education System. Held at Niger State House of Assembly, Minna. Sept. 22-25, 1998.

(8) Adetiloye, P.O, Okeleye, K.A and Apantaku, F.S. (1996). Prescriptive farming and the future of cropping systems in agro-ecological zones. A paper presented at the National Meteorological Society Conference on mitigating Effects Of Climatic Variability On Food Production. Held at IITA Ibadan, Oct. 24-25, 1996.

(i) Journal Articles in Print
(1) Akinsete, A.A. and Apantaku, F.S. (1998): On the transition probability of serial network in absorbing medium with withdrawals. Journal of Nigerian Statistical Association. 2 (1); 123-133. Published by Nigerian Statistical Assocation.

(2) Apantaku, S.O. and Apantaku F.S. (1998): Compatibility, relative advantage and cost characteristics. A study of factors influencing acceptance of soyabean. Acta University of Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendeliana Brunnesis. XLVI (1), 145 – 159. Published by Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Brno, Czech Republic. Available online at:
http://mendelu.cz/en/veda_vyzkum/acta/acta198?lang=en
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(3) Inah, E.I. and Apantaku, F.S. (1999): Biomass, productivity and utilization of range plants outside conservation area in Bauchi State, Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 26, 115-119. Published by Nigerian Society of Animal Production.

(4) Apantaku, S.O. and Apantaku F.S. (1999): Factors associated with difference in improved cassava yield between research stations and farmers field in Oyo State, Nigeria, The Nigerian Rural Sociology, 3, 24 – 29. Published by Nigerian Rural Sociological Association.

(5) Apantaku, S.O. and Apantaku F.S. (2000). Farmers adoption of recommended International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA) cultural practices as determinants of TMS 30572 and TMS 30555 cassava yields in Ifeloju Local Government Area of Oyo State. Nigeria Journal of Agricultural Education. 3 (1 & 2), 18-23. Published by Nigerian Association of Agricultural Education

(6) Apantaku, S.O, Sodiya, C.I, Apantaku F.S. and Fakoya, E.O (2000). Alternative
internal sources of funds for extension service in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture. 17 (1), 37-54. Published by Haworth Press (Food Products Press), NY, USA. Available online at: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a904772933~frm=abslink

(7) Apantaku, F.S. (2003). A comparative study of the performance of university students admitted through the pre-degree and University matriculation examination programmes. ASSET Series A. 3 (3), 107-121. Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

(8) Apantaku, S.O, Seriki, I.O, Aromolaran, A.K, Apantaku, F.S, Adebanwo, A.O. (2013). Climate change and rural households health in Ijebu North East Area of Nigeria. International journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology. 20 (4), 302-308. Published by Taylor and Francis, London, UK. Available online at:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13504509.2013.792299
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(9) Apantaku, F.S., Olayiwola O.M., Adewara, A.A. (2013). Optimum allocation of
multi-items in stratified random sampling using principal component analysis. American Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics. 2 (5), 142-148. Published by Science Publishing Group, New York, USA. Available online at: http://article.sciencepublishinggroup.com/pdf/10.11648.j.ajtas.20130205.14.pdf

(10) Apantaku, F.S. (2014). Using principal components in multivariate stratification scheme. International Journal of Applied Science and Technology. 4 (2), 224-235. Published by Center for Promoting Ideas, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA. Available online at: http://www.ijastnet.com/journals/Vol_4_No_2_March_2014/26.pdf

(11) Apantaku, F.S. (2014). Regression analysis of some demographic variables influencing the maximum number of children born by women of reproductive age in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. 4 (9), 93-99. Published by International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE) Hudson Street, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA. Available online at:
http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/RHSS/article/download/12489/128555

(12) Apantaku F.S. (2014). Comparing the optimal allocation in stractified and post stractified sampling using multi-items. Journal of Natural Science, Engineering and Technology (ASSET). 13, 1-17. Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

*(13) Olayiwola, O. M, Apantaku, F. S, and Ajayi, A.O (2015). Comparison of estimates on two occasions involving stratification using successive sampling. Anale Seria Informatica. XIII (2), 94- 102. Published by Faculty of Computers and Applied Computer Sciences, Tibiscus University, Romania. Available online at:
http://anale-informatica.tibiscus.ro

*(14) Olayiwola, O. M, Apantaku, F. S, Adewara, A.A. and Gboyega, A. F. (2015). Modified ratio estimator using multiple auxiliary variables. The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology. 16, (2), 108-113. Published by Akamai University, Hilo, Hawaii, USA. Available online at: http://www.akamaiuniversity.us/PJST.htm

*(15) Olayiwola, O. M, Apantaku, F. S, and Sohe, E.M. (2017). A stratified randomized response technique for addressing sensitive questions in survey. Transactions of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics. 3, 143-150. Published by Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics.

*(16) Dawodu, G.A, Apantaku, F.S, Adeogun A.I, and Asiribo, O.E. (2017). A note on the analysis of 3n factorial experiments. Transactions of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics. 5, 241-250. Published by Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics.

*(17) Olayiwola, O. M, Apantaku, F. S, Wale-Orojo O.A, Ajayi A.O and Konku A.M. (2019). Probability Proportional to Size (PPS) Method to Enhance Efficiency of Estimator in Two Stage Sampling. Anale Seria Informatica. XVII (2), 315- 321. Published by Faculty of Computers and Applied Computer Sciences, Tibiscus University, Romania. Available online at: http://anale-informatica.tibiscus.ro

*(18) Olayiwola, O. A, Apantaku, F. S, Oguntolu, O. S, Ajibade, F. B, Akintunde, A. A, Olawoore, S. A (2019). Exponential Moving Average Stratification Algorithm For Strata Boundary Determination In Stratified Sampling. FUDMA Journal of Sciences. 3 (2), 384-388. Published by Federal University of Dutsinma, Katsina State. Available online at: https://doi.org/10.33003//fjs-2019-0302-xxx

*(19) Apantaku, F.S, Olayiwola, O. M, Akintunde A.A, Dawodu G.A and Adeyemo R.G (2020). A Modified Estimator For Quartile Ranked Set Sampling. Journal of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics. 56(2), 25-32. Published by Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics.

*(20) Soyinka A.T, Olusunde A.A, Apantaku F.S, Akintunde A.A and Wale-Orojo O.A (2020). On The Parameter Estimation of Johnson’s System of Distribution. Benin. Journal of Statistics. 3, 82-90. Published by Department of Statistics, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. Available online at: https://www.bjs-uniben.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/6_Soyinka.pdf

*(21) Wale-Orojo, O. A, Soyinka, A. T, Apantaku, F. S, Atanda, O. D and Akintunde, A. A (2020). Modeling Categorical Data In Frequency Domain Via Mutual Information Approach. Anale Seria Informatica. XVIII (2), 64-68. Published by Faculty of Computers and Applied Computer Sciences, Tibiscus University, Romania. Available online at: http://anale-informatica.tibiscus.ro

*(22) Olayiwola, O. M, Apantaku, F. S, Oyekunle, K. A, Akintunde, A. A, Wale-Orojo, O. A and Olawoore, S. A (2020). A Modified Calibration Approach For Ratio Estimator In Stratified Sampling. FUDMA Journal of Sciences. 4 (4), 507-512. Published by Federal University Dutsinma, Katsina State. Available online at:
https://doi.org/10.33003//fjs-2020-0404-xxx

*(23) Olayiwola, O. M, Adekeye, K. S, Apantaku, F. S, Ajayi, A. O, Wale-Orojo, O. A, Ogunsola, I. A and Hammed B (2021). Integration of Bayesian Model and Adaptive Clustered Sampling into Contact Tracing to Curb the Spread of Covid-19 Cases. FUDMA Journal of Sciences. 5 (1), 76-84. Published by Federal University Dutsinma, Katsina State. Available online at: https://doi.org/10.33003//fjs-2021-0501-xxx

(ii) Journal Articles Accepted For Publication

*(24) Apantaku, F. S, Olayiwola, O. M, Ajayi, A.O, and Jaiyeola, O.S.: AModified Generalized Chain Ratio in Regression Estimator. Journal of Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology (ASSET). Published by Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. (Letter of Acceptance dated June 24, 2020).

*(25) Olayiwola, O. M, Apantaku F. S., Imarhia F. O., Yusuf K. M., Ogunsola I. A. and Olawoore S. A.: A Modified Estimator for Population Parameters in the presence of Outliers. Uniport Journal of Engineering and Scientific Research. Published by University of Port Harcourt, Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. (Letter of Acceptance dated June 10, 2021)

* Published after last promotion
(iii) Book:
(26) Kayode, A. and Apantaku, F.S. (1999). Basic Statistics. Lagos: Published by Bezele-el Communications.

(iv) Book Article or Chapter:
Nil

(v) Edited Conference Proceedings:
Nil

(c) Technical Reports:
Nil

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