ABC lectures [finale]

October 31, 2010
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(This article was first published on Xi'an's Og » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The latest version of my ABC slides is on slideshare. To conclude with a pun, I took advantage of the newspaper clipping generator once pointed out by Andrew. (Note that nothing written in the above should be taken seriously.) On the serious side, I managed to cover most of the 300 slides (!) over the four courses and, thanks to the active attendance of several Wharton faculty, detailed PMC and ABC algorithms in ways I hope were accessible to the students. This course preparation was in any case quite helpful in the composition of a survey on ABC now with my co-authors.


Filed under: R, Statistics, University life Tagged: ABC, Monte Carlo methods, newspaper clipping, Philadelphia, population Monte Carlo, Wharton Business School

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