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BMS 0.3.1 Released

September 5, 2012
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Version 0.3.1 of the BMS package for Bayesian Model Averaging has been released. This is a maintenance release for compliance with recent CRAN guidelines. The BMS package therefore is again available on CRAN in addition to bms.zeugner.eu. Changes with...

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Computing the degree of dependency (jointness) among explanatory variables using BMS

July 23, 2012
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Capturing the dependence between explanatory variables in the posterior distribution while implementing a Bayesian analysis is crucial. Taking such a dependence into account reveals the sensitivity of posterior distributions of parameters to depen...

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Panel Estimation

This tutorial should illustrate how to use bms with panel data. For the purpose of illustration we will use the data put forward in Moral-Benito (2011) and made publicly available at .The data contains 35 variables (including the dependent variable,...

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Panel Estimation

This tutorial should illustrate how to use bms with panel data. For the purpose of illustration we will use the data put forward in Moral-Benito (2011) and made publicly available at .The data contains 35 variables (including the dependent variable,...

Read more »

Panel Estimation

This tutorial should illustrate how to use bms with panel data. For the purpose of illustration we will use the data put forward in Moral-Benito (2011) and made publicly available at .The data contains 35 variables (including the dependent variable,...

Read more »

Panel Estimation

This tutorial should illustrate how to use bms with panel data. For the purpose of illustration we will use the data put forward in Moral-Benito (2011) and made publicly available at .The data contains 35 variables (including the dependent variable,...

Read more »

Panel Estimation

This tutorial should illustrate how to use bms with panel data. For the purpose of illustration we will use the data put forward in Moral-Benito (2011) and made publicly available at .The data contains 35 variables (including the dependent variable,...

Read more »

Panel Estimation

This tutorial should illustrate how to use bms with panel data. For the purpose of illustration we will use the data put forward in Moral-Benito (2011) and made publicly available at .The data contains 35 variables (including the dependent variable,...

Read more »

Panel Estimation

This tutorial should illustrate how to use bms with panel data. For the purpose of illustration we will use the data put forward in Moral-Benito (2011) and made publicly available at .The data contains 35 variables (including the dependent variable,...

Read more »

Panel Estimation

This tutorial should illustrate how to use bms with panel data. For the purpose of illustration we will use the data put forward in Moral-Benito (2011) and made publicly available at .The data contains 35 variables (including the dependent variable,...

Read more »

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