Presenting influence.ME at useR!

July 10, 2009

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Today I presented influence.ME at the useR! conference in Rennes. Influence.ME is an R package for detecting influential data in mixed models. I developed this package together with Ben Pelzer and Manfred te Grotenhuis.

More information about influence.ME can be found on another section of my website.

Below, please find the slides of the presentation.
Presentation Influence.ME at Rennes, useR! 2009

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