Posts Tagged ‘ CRiSM ’

UseR! 2011 in Warwick

February 20, 2011
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UseR! 2011 in Warwick

This year useR! conference will take place in Warwick, on August 16-18.  It is being organised by the department of Statistics and funded by CRiSM and Revolution Analytics (providers of the R tee-shirt!). I wish I could attend but mid-August is usually associated with genuine (post-JSM) family vacations. Filed under: R, Statistics, University life Tagged:

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ABC model choice not to be trusted [3]

January 30, 2011
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ABC model choice not to be trusted [3]

On Friday, I received a nice but embarrassing email from Xavier Didelot. He indeed reminded me that I attended the talk he gave at the model choice workshop in Warwick last May, as, unfortunately but rather unsurprisingly giving my short span memory!, I had forgotten about it! Looking at the slides he joined to his

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Talk at CRiSM

May 30, 2010
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Talk at CRiSM

This is the talk I am giving at the workshop on model uncertainty organised by the Centre for Research in Statistical Methodology (CRiSM) at the University of Warwick, on May 30-June 1. Careful readers will notice there is not much difference with my previous talk on the topic, as I only included the Savage-Dickey slides

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