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INLA functions (yet again)

September 17, 2012
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This links back to previous posts here and here. Earlier today, I had a quick chat with Michela (by email, actually) on this topic. In particular, she was trying to use the function I've written to compute summaries from the posterior distrib...

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BCEA examples

September 13, 2012
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I've prepared a document (which I've put on the website here, together with some scripts at this page) which I think is helpful, if you're trying to work out BCEA. I have never really thought of this, but I believe that when you write an acad...

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INLA functions (continued)

September 10, 2012
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INLA functions (continued)

I have polished up one of the two functions I've thought of implementing for INLA and it's now available in the development version of the R package. So if you've got INLA installed in your R version (see how you can do it here, if you don't), you...

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Another bunch of R (and JAGS) scripts

August 31, 2012
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Another bunch of R (and JAGS) scripts

Probably sooner than I expected, I have managed to also upload the codes for the examples in Chapter 5 of the book, which deals with doing Bayesian health economic evaluations. Basically, there are 3 examples, which sort of represent the main clas...

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A bunch of R (and JAGS) scripts

August 6, 2012
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A bunch of R (and JAGS) scripts

I finally (nearly) got around to prepare the R code to replicate the examples in the book. I divided the examples by chapter and then linked to the R scripts and, for those involving Bayesian analysis, the associated JAGS models.At the moment, the scri...

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When the going gets tough…

June 22, 2012
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When the going gets tough…

Getting closer to my personal Euro2012 derby: England v Italy. I find amusing that both sets of media think that their respective team have been gifted a good tie. The English are very happy to have avoided Spain, while the Italians don't mind not...

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Submitting a package to CRAN

May 16, 2012
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The process is relatively smooth, I think - especially if you start off with a Linux machine. However, when I had to compile the package and documentation for BCEA, I still had a couple of blips. The first problem was in the documentation. R tries...

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