The BMS Add-ons Section

October 18, 2010

(This article was first published on BMS Add-ons » BMS Add-ons, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

This section will be updated irregularly with pages on applications of BMS. It intends to concentrate on two things:

  • Some add-on code to extend the functionality of BMS in a certain direction, such as e.g. BMA and spatial filtering
  • Usage of BMS to replicate BMA articles, such as the Body-fat exercise by Hoeting, Madigan, Raftery and Volinsky (1999)

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