Carnon [and Core, end]

June 15, 2012
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(This article was first published on Xi'an's Og » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Yet another full day working on Bayesian Core with Jean-Michel in Carnon… This morning, I ran along the canal for about an hour and at last saw some pink flamingos close enough to take pictures (if only to convince my daughter that there were flamingos in the area!). Then I worked full-time on the spatial statistics chapter, using a small dataset on sedges that we found in Gaetan and Guyon’s Spatial Statistics and Modelling. I am almost done tonight, with both path sampling and ABC R codes documented and working for this dataset. But I’d like to re-run both codes for longer to achieve smoother outcomes.


Filed under: Books, Kids, pictures, R, Running, Statistics, Travel, University life Tagged: ABC, Bayesian Core, boats, canal, Carnon, Lez, Mediterranean Sea, Montpellier, path sampling, pink flamingos, R, sedge, sunrise, textbook

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