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http://www.lsoft.com/images/listserv_small.gifShort courses: Professor David Draper presents Bayesian Courses at SSC, University of Reading, UK November 2016
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Dear list members,<br> <br>Greetings and apologies for cross-posting.<br> <br>We are re-announcing the following courses which are scheduled to take place at the Statistical Services Centre in November 2016. Summary information is given below. For registration forms please see http://www.reading.ac.uk/ssc/, or email statistics-courses@lists.reading.ac.uk.<br>
2016-09-27T16:25:02+00:00James Gallagherhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;2929b0ea.1609Re: Short course: Applied Bayesian modelling for ecologists and epidemiologists
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A quick reminder of the course below, for which there are a couple of places left available:<br><br>On 21 Jul 2016, at 17:31, Matthew Denwood <md@sund.ku.dk> wrote:<br><br>> Dear all<br>><br>> Please see below for details of a course that may be of interest, to be held on the shores of Loch Lomond, near Glasgow, at the end of October. The course will cover the theory and application of a number of Bayesian methods, with a focus on practical problems including participants’ own data where possible.<br>><br>> For further details please contact Oliver Hooker (cc’d) and/or see the [...]
2016-09-23T15:54:48+00:00Matt Denwoodhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;d10ab1f2.1609Re: NB-Lindley
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Just reading your code rapidly, it seems that the variable q is defined two<br>times as<br>q <- (1/(1+teta)) and q~dbeta(a,b)<br><br>Arnaud<br><br>2016-09-21 22:50 GMT-04:00 Amir Jamali <<br>00000c98b8f203bb-dmarc-request@jiscmail.ac.uk>:<br><br>> Hi Everyone,<br>><br>> I am trying to implement the NB-Lindley for crash analysis. However, I get<br>> the error which says "Multiple definitions for node". Could you please<br>> guide me how to tackle this error?<br>><br>><br>> Problem:<br>><br>> O=NB(phi,e*mubar)<br>> e~Gamma(1+z, teta)<br>> z~Bernoulli(1/(1+teta))<br>> Beta prior for (1/ (1+teta)) and a gamma prior for (1/phi).<br>><br>><br>><br>><br>> The model has been [...]
2016-09-22T08:55:18-04:00Arnaud Mosnierhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;c3525592.1609NB-Lindley
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Hi Everyone,<br><br>I am trying to implement the NB-Lindley for crash analysis. However, I get the error which says "Multiple definitions for node". Could you please guide me how to tackle this error?<br><br>Problem:<br><br>O=NB(phi,e*mubar)<br>e~Gamma(1+z, teta)<br>z~Bernoulli(1/(1+teta))<br>Beta prior for (1/ (1+teta)) and a gamma prior for (1/phi).<br><br>The model has been coded as below:<br>model Negative Binomial Lindley [...]
2016-09-22T03:50:26+01:00Amir Jamalihttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;79f9411c.1609Bayesian Disease Mapping with WinBUGS and INLA: March 13th - 17th 2017, MUSC
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Announcing a new multi-day Course Sequence:<br><br>Introduction to Bayesian Disease Mapping (IBDM)<br>Bayesian Disease Mapping with INLA (BDMI)<br>Advanced Bayesian Disease Mapping (ABDM)<br><br>**Offering of Introductory and Advanced BDM courses and BDM with INLA in<br>MUSC, Charleston, SC, USA**<br><br>Historic Charleston, South Carolina<br><br>*Course content*<br><br>These courses are designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to<br>the area of Bayesian disease mapping in applications to Public Health<br>and Epidemiology:<br>The IBDM course will run on March 13th - 14th, the BDMI course will run<br>on March 15th<br>and the ABDM course will run on March 16th - 17th 2017. [...]
2016-09-21T11:18:23-04:00Andrew Lawsonhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;b58214de.1609Short courses: Professor David Draper presents Bayesian Courses at SSC, University of Reading, UK November 2016
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Dear list members,<br> <br>Greetings and apologies for cross-posting.<br> <br>The following courses are scheduled to take place at the Statistical Services Centre in November 2016. Summary information is given below. For registration forms please see http://www.reading.ac.uk/ssc/, or email statistics-courses@lists.reading.ac.uk.<br>
2016-09-07T12:47:07+00:00James Gallagherhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;4469d05e.1609Spatial analysis of ecological data using R, Scotland, 21-26 November
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"Spatial analysis of ecological data using R"<br><br>Delivered by Prof. Jason Matthiopoulos, Dr. Jana Jeglinski, Dr. James Grecian<br><br>http://prstatistics.com/course/spatial-analysis-of-ecological-data-using-r-spae-2/<br><br>This course will run from 21st – 26th November 2016 at SCENE field station, Loch Lomond national park, Scotland<br>The course will cover the concepts and R tools that can be used to analyse spatial data in ecology covering elementary and advanced spatial analysis techniques applicable to both plants and animals. We will investigate analyses appropriate to transect (e.g. line surveys, trapping arrays), grid (e.g. occupancy surveys) and point data (e.g. telemetry). The focal questions will be on deriving species distributions, [...]
2016-09-06T10:25:20+01:00Oliver Hookerhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;9cf5a25e.1609Call for Papers- 3rd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Limerick City, Ireland December 7-12, 2016
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Dear all<br>Apologies for Cross Posting- please see here http://html.asr.org/icoaicfp2016/ Call for Papers for the forthcoming International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ICOAI 2016), Limerick city, Ireland, 7-12th December 2016.<br><br>Best Regards<br><br>Padraig Kirby MSc (LIS) BA (Hons) HdipLIS<br>Senior Library Assistant<br>The Library<br>Limerick Institute of Technology,<br>Moylish park<br>Limerick<br>Ireland<br>00353 61 293516<br>Padraig.Kirby@lit.ie<mailto:Padraig.Kirby@lit.ie>
2016-09-05T08:06:00+00:00Padraig.Kirbyhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;e1ce1588.1609Call for Papers- 3rd International Conference on Commmunications and Network Engineering Limerick City, Ireland December 7-12, 2016. Due September 30th.
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Dear all<br>Apologies for Cross Posting- please see here http://html.asr.org/iccnecfp2016/ Call for Papers for the forthcoming International Conference on Communications and Networking Engineering, Limerick city, Ireland, 7-12th December 2016. Submissions due September 30th..<br><br>Best Regards<br><br>Padraig Kirby MSc (LIS) BA (Hons) HdipLIS<br>Senior Library Assistant<br>The Library<br>Limerick Institute of Technology,<br>Moylish park<br>Limerick<br>Ireland<br>00353 61 293516<br>Padraig.Kirby@lit.ie<mailto:Padraig.Kirby@lit.ie>
2016-08-12T12:57:22+00:00Padraig.Kirbyhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;63b68128.1608Winbugs trap error 66
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Hello,<br><br>I am trying to conduct a network MA and I keep getting an error in winbugs14 called trap error 66.<br><br>From what I've read online, all I need to do is change the prior on the standard deviation from dunif(0, 100) to dunif(0, 10). Unfortunately, I have no idea how to do this. Can you please provide assistance? [...]
2016-08-08T15:15:08+00:00Mark Gichuruhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;6d24620c.1608error variable is not defined in two-level SEM with categorical variables
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Hello,<br><br>I'm building a two-level SEM in openBUGS with a mixture of ordered<br>categorical, dichotomous and continuous variables. Some of these<br>variables contain missing values at random. OpenBUGS is able to handle<br>missing values in the continuous variables but crashes if there are<br>missing values in the ordered categorical or dichotomous variables.<br><br>I used the latent variable approach described in Lee 2007 (Structural<br>equation models a Bayesian approach, ch 6 and 7) to handle the<br>categorical and dichotomous variables. Each categorical variable is<br>assumed to come from a underlying continuous normal variable. In order<br>to link the order categorical variable [...]
2016-08-08T10:40:59+02:00michelahttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;cc2b1db3.1608Re: Variable TT is not defined: Error in OpenBUGS
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On 04/08/16 16:00, subrata sarker wrote:<br>> Hello,<br>><br>> I am trying to run a model in OpenBUGS. But I am getting an error<br>> "Variable TT is not defined". Here is my BUGS code:<br>><br>That's a R issue: you haven't given any of the variables of sp.data a name:<br><br>> Data=structure(.Data=c(0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 0.2, 0.2, 0.8, 0.2, 0.4, 0.3,<br>0.2, 0.1, 0.6, 0.1, 0.5, 0.6), .Dim=c(5,3))<br>> TT=nrow(Data)<br>> N=ncol(Data)<br>> y=as.matrix(Data)<br>> sp.data = list(y, N, TT)<br>> str(sp.data)<br>List of 3<br>$ : num [1:5, 1:3] 0.1 0.2 0.5 0.2 0.2 0.8 0.2 0.4 0.3 [...]
2016-08-04T16:37:08+02:00Bob O'Harahttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;6436c340.1608Variable TT is not defined: Error in OpenBUGS
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Hello,<br><br>I am trying to run a model in OpenBUGS. But I am getting an error "Variable<br>TT is not defined". Here is my BUGS code:<br><br>model{<br>for(t in 2:TT){<br>for(i in 1:N){<br>y[t,i] ~ dmnorm(y1[t,i], tau[i])<br>}<br>y1[t,1] <- (p[1,1] * y[t-1,1]) + (p[1,2] *y[t-1,2]) + (p[1,3] *y[t-1,3])<br>y1[t,2] <- (p[2,1] * y[t-1,1]) + (p[2,2] *y[t-1,2]) + (p[2,3] *y[t-1,3])<br>y1[t,3] <- (p[3,1] * y[t-1,1]) + (p[3,2] *y[t-1,2]) + (p[3,3] *y[t-1,3])<br>}<br>for (s1 in 1:N) {<br>for (s2 in 1:N) {<br>p[s1, s2]~ dnorm(1, 1)<br>}<br>}<br>for(i in 1:N){<br>tau[i] ~ dgamma(0.001, 0.001)<br>}<br>} [...]
2016-08-04T16:00:07+02:00subrata sarkerhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;b0194ba6.1608Re: Winbugs: "this initial value does not correspond to a stochastic node"
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Hi,<br><br>I suggest to add the right loop the of the node "for(t in 2:(n-1)){"<br>at the end of the line alpha[t]<-exp(eta[t]).<br><br>try to<br>Quoting Bob O'Hara <bohara@senckenberg.de>:<br><br>> On 01/08/16 11:41, Lecomte Jean-Baptiste wrote:<br>>> Hi,<br>>><br>>> I think you have to give an initial value for every stochastic<br>>> nodes. For example, you have to give initial values for epsilon,<br>>> delta, gamma ....<br>>><br>> No you don't: any stochastic node that doesn't have an initial value<br>> given will have one generated from its prior.<br>><br>> I can't even compile the code (multiple definitions [...]
2016-08-02T08:33:22+03:00Elisabet AGGELIDOUhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;7479244e.1608Re: Winbugs: "this initial value does not correspond to a stochastic node"
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On 01/08/16 11:41, Lecomte Jean-Baptiste wrote:<br>> Hi,<br>><br>> I think you have to give an initial value for every stochastic nodes.<br>> For example, you have to give initial values for epsilon, delta, gamma<br>> ....<br>><br>No you don't: any stochastic node that doesn't have an initial value<br>given will have one generated from its prior. [...]
2016-08-01T13:58:20+02:00Bob O'Harahttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;a14dd41d.1608Re: Winbugs: "this initial value does not correspond to a stochastic node"
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Hi,<br><br>I think you have to give an initial value for every stochastic nodes. For<br>example, you have to give initial values for epsilon, delta, gamma ....<br><br>Jean-Baptiste<br><br>2016-07-28 10:57 GMT+02:00 Abongo <abongovin@gmail.com>:<br><br>> Hello, List!<br>> This message came up when I tried to load initial values. This seems to be<br>> an uncommon error since my search of Internet did not get any hits. Any<br>> comments and suggests would be very much appreciated. Thank you!<br>><br>> model{<br>> c<-10000<br>> for(t in 2:(n-1)){<br>> zero[t]<-0<br>> zero[t]~dpois(mean.zero[t])<br>> mean.zero[t]<- -l[t]+c<br>><br>> l[t]<-0.5*(log(lambda.error)-log(2*22/7)-3*log(epsilon[t]))-0.5*lambda.error*pow((epsilon[t]-mu[t])/mu[t],2)/epsilon[t]<br>> }<br>> [...]
2016-08-01T11:41:28+02:00Lecomte Jean-Baptistehttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;951c7ffc.1608Single season- Two species occupancy model
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Dears<br><br>I am estimating some occupancy parameters (Occupancy model) in Presence.<br>The model used was "Single season- Two species" and I compared between<br>these parametrization and I selected the model with the AIC<br><br>1. ψA, ψB, φ, *p*A, *p*B, *r*A, *r*B, λ<br>2. ψA, ψBA, ψBa, *p*A, *p*B, *r*A, *r*BA, rBa<br>3. ψA, ψBa ,*N*, pA, *p*B, *r*A, *r*Ba, *r* [...]
2016-07-28T23:59:32-05:00Néstor Javier Roncancio Duquehttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;a61fd237.1607Winbugs: "this initial value does not correspond to a stochastic node"
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Hello, List!<br>This message came up when I tried to load initial values. This seems to be an uncommon error since my search of Internet did not get any hits. Any comments and suggests would be very much appreciated. Thank you!<br><br>model{<br>c<-10000<br>for(t in 2:(n-1)){<br>zero[t]<-0<br>zero[t]~dpois(mean.zero[t])<br>mean.zero[t]<- -l[t]+c<br>l[t]<-0.5*(log(lambda.error)-log(2*22/7)-3*log(epsilon[t]))-0.5*lambda.error*pow((epsilon[t]-mu[t])/mu[t],2)/epsilon[t]<br>}<br>for(t in 2:(n-1)){<br>y[t]~dpois(lambda[t])<br>lambda[t]<-alpha[t]+lambda_1*y[t-1]+epsilon[t]<br>alpha[t]<-exp(eta[t])<br><br>for(i in 1:s){<br>eta[t]<-alpha_1+beta*t+(gamma[i]*sin(omega[i]*t)+delta[i]*cos(omega[i]*t))<br>omega[i]<-i*3.14/26<br>}<br>}<br>for(t in 2:(n-1)){mu[t]~dnorm(0.0,0.001) epsilon[t]~dgamma(0.01,0.01)}<br>for(i in 1:s){gamma[i]~dnorm(0.0,0.0001) delta[i]~dnorm(0.0,0.0001)}<br>lambda.error~dgamma(0.01,0.01)<br>dispersion.p<-1/lambda.error<br>lambda_1~dgamma(0.01,0.001)<br>alpha_1~dnorm(0.0,0.001)<br>beta~dnorm(0.0,0.0001)<br>}<br>list(y=c(1,0,5,2,1,2,0,4,0,0,0,3,1,1,0,0,2,2,0,2,6,3,2,1,2),s=10,n=25)<br>list(mu=c(.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1,.1),lambda.error=1,lambda_1=1,alpha_1=1,beta=1)
2016-07-28T09:57:12+01:00Abongohttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;fdca4129.1607Short course: Applied Bayesian modelling for ecologists and epidemiologists
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Dear all<br><br>Please see below for details of a course that may be of interest, to be held on the shores of Loch Lomond, near Glasgow, at the end of October. The course will cover the theory and application of a number of Bayesian methods, with a focus on practical problems including participants’ own data where possible. [...]
2016-07-21T15:31:24+00:00Matt Denwoodhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;754139a7.1607Re: BUGS- compilation of data; network meta-analysis
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If you're using the network meta-analysis code from the NICE Decision<br>Support Unit wedsite (<br>http://www.nicedsu.org.uk/Evidence-Synthesis-TSD-series(2391675).htm), then<br>it can handle NA's. You just have to be sure to load in all data inputs<br>(one as list, one as array).<br><br>Best wishes,<br><br>Nicky<br><br>On 14 July 2016 at 11:24, Michael Conroy <mjconroy52@gmail.com> wrote:<br><br>> If you have NA in the data array BUGS treats those element as missing and<br>> you must specify a prior .<br>><br>> I've found it easier many times to specify the likelihood only over those<br>> indices that are not missing to avoid the missing [...]
2016-07-14T11:46:25+01:00Nicky Weltonhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;e9813361.1607Re: BUGS- compilation of data; network meta-analysis
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If you have NA in the data array BUGS treats those element as missing and you must specify a prior .<br><br>I've found it easier many times to specify the likelihood only over those indices that are not missing to avoid the missing problem.<br><br>Dr. Michael J. Conroy<br><br>MJ CONROY WILDLIFE BIOMETRICS<br>345 Three Oaks Dr.<br>Athens, GA 30607<br>(706) 308-6208 [...]
2016-07-14T06:24:44-04:00Michael Conroyhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;e9210851.1607BUGS- compilation of data; network meta-analysis
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Hi All,<br>I am running a winbugs code ( a fixed effect model for NMA). I can check the model, load the data. But the compilation failed. An error appears stating : made use if undefined node t. The t[,] is a matrix with unbalanced data containing the treatment number and NA. I don't know if the presence if NA is responsible for that? Does someone already encounter that problem? Please I need a help. [...]
2016-07-14T10:45:40+01:00SOLANGE Titnkheuhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;491bdf0.1607Re: Selecting Different Percentiles for the Posterior Distribution
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> From: Chin, Paul W<br>> Sent: 13 July 2016 22:22<br>><br>> When using the Sample Monitor Tool, I can select several percentiles<br>> of my posterior distribution to view. The list is limited and jumps<br>> from the 75th percentile to the 90th percentile. Is there a way to<br>> request that WinBUGS displays the 80th percentile of my posterior<br>> distribution? [...]
2016-07-14T08:14:51+00:00MILLARD A.R.https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;8345a393.1607Selecting Different Percentiles for the Posterior Distribution
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Hi All,<br><br>When using the Sample Monitor Tool, I can select several percentiles of my posterior distribution to view. The list is limited and jumps from the 75th percentile to the 90th percentile. Is there a way to request that WinBUGS displays the 80th percentile of my posterior distribution?<br><br>Thanks for any help and have a great day, [...]
2016-07-13T21:22:29+00:00Chin, Paul Whttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;5cfac680.1607'STATS COURSE - Applied Bayesian modelling for ecologists for epidemiologists'
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Applied Bayesian modelling for ecologists and epidemiologists (ABME)<br><br>Delivered by Dr. Matt Denwood and Prof. Jason Matthiopoulos<br><br>http://prstatistics.com/course/applied-bayesian-modelling-for-ecologists-and-epidemiologists-abme/<br><br>This 6 day course will run from 26th – 31st October 2015 at SCENE field station, Loch Lomond national park, Scotland.<br><br>This application-driven course will provide a founding in the basic theory & practice of Bayesian statistics, with a focus on MCMC modeling for ecological & epidemiological problems.<br>Starting from a refresher on probability & likelihood, the course will take students all the way to cutting-edge applications such as state-space population modeling & spatial point-process modeling. By the end of the week, [...]
2016-07-12T09:59:51+01:00Oliver Hookerhttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;d16cf9c4.1607Re: Short Courses: Survival analysis courses by the SSC, University of Reading, UK (July 2016)
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Dears<br><br>I am estimating some occupancy parameters (Occupancy model) in Presence.<br>The model used was "Single season- Two species" and I compared between<br>these parametrization and I selected the model with the AIC<br><br>1. ψA, ψB, φ, *p*A, *p*B, *r*A, *r*B, λ<br>2. ψA, ψBA, ψBa, *p*A, *p*B, *r*A, *r*BA, rBa<br>3. ψA, ψBa ,*N*, pA, *p*B, *r*A, *r*Ba, *r* [...]
2016-07-04T13:20:45-05:00Néstor Javier Roncancio Duquehttps://www.jiscmail.ac.uk:443/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=BUGS;6ff29db8.1607