Blog Archives

likelihood-free inference in high-dimensional models

August 31, 2015
By
likelihood-free inference in high-dimensional models

“…for a general linear model (GLM), a single linear function is a sufficient statistic for each associated parameter…” The recently arXived paper “Likelihood-free inference in high-dimensional models“, by Kousathanas et al. (July 2015), proposes an ABC resolution of the dimensionality curse by turning

Read more »

likelihood-free inference in high-dimensional models

August 31, 2015
By
likelihood-free inference in high-dimensional models

“…for a general linear model (GLM), a single linear function is a sufficient statistic for each associated parameter…” The recently arXived paper “Likelihood-free inference in high-dimensional models“, by Kousathanas et al. (July 2015), proposes an ABC resolution of the dimensionality curse by turning

Read more »

abcfr 0.9-3

August 26, 2015
By
abcfr 0.9-3

In conjunction with our reliable ABC model choice via random forest paper, about to be resubmitted to Bioinformatics, we have contributed an R package called abcrf that produces a most likely model and its posterior probability out of an ABC reference table. In conjunction with the realisation that we could devise an approximation to the

Read more »

abcfr 0.9-3

August 26, 2015
By
abcfr 0.9-3

In conjunction with our reliable ABC model choice via random forest paper, about to be resubmitted to Bioinformatics, we have contributed an R package called abcrf that produces a most likely model and its posterior probability out of an ABC reference table. In conjunction with the realisation that we could devise an approximation to the

Read more »

Seattle histogram

August 16, 2015
By
Seattle histogram

Filed under: pictures, R, Statistics, Travel Tagged: histogram, sculpture, Seattle, Washington Convention Center

Read more »

STAN trailer [PG+53]

August 13, 2015
By
STAN trailer [PG+53]

Filed under: Kids, R, Statistics, University life Tagged: Andrew Gelman, Hami...

Read more »

STAN trailer [PG+53]

August 13, 2015
By
STAN trailer [PG+53]

Filed under: Kids, R, Statistics, University life Tagged: Andrew Gelman, Hami...

Read more »

JSM 2015 [day #2]

August 10, 2015
By
JSM 2015 [day #2]

Today, at JSM 2015, in Seattle, I attended several Bayesian sessions, having sadly missed the Dennis Lindley memorial session yesterday, as it clashed with my own session. In the morning sessions on Bayesian model choice, David Rossell (Warwick) defended non-local priors à la Johnson (& Rossell) as having better frequentist properties. Although I appreciate the concept

Read more »

JSM 2015 [day #2]

August 10, 2015
By
JSM 2015 [day #2]

Today, at JSM 2015, in Seattle, I attended several Bayesian sessions, having sadly missed the Dennis Lindley memorial session yesterday, as it clashed with my own session. In the morning sessions on Bayesian model choice, David Rossell (Warwick) defended non-local priors à la Johnson (& Rossell) as having better frequentist properties. Although I appreciate the concept

Read more »

JSM 2015 [day #1]

August 9, 2015
By
JSM 2015 [day #1]

This afternoon, at JSM 2015, in Seattle, we had the Bayesian Computation I and II sessions that Omiros Papaspiliopoulos and myself put together (sponsored by IMS and ISBA). Despite this being Sunday and hence having some of the participants still arriving, the sessions went on well in terms of audience. Thanks to Mark Girolami’s strict

Read more »

Sponsors

Mango solutions



RStudio homepage



Zero Inflated Models and Generalized Linear Mixed Models with R

Quantide: statistical consulting and training



http://www.eoda.de







ODSC

ODSC

CRC R books series











Contact us if you wish to help support R-bloggers, and place your banner here.

Never miss an update!
Subscribe to R-bloggers to receive
e-mails with the latest R posts.
(You will not see this message again.)

Click here to close (This popup will not appear again)