Core in CiRM [1]

Jean-Michel Marin and myself have thus started our “research in pair” in CIRM, Luminy, for a fortnight. We are working on the second edition of Bayesian Core and, despite working round the clock on the project (except for a one hour run around Mont Puget this morning), we are not going as fast as planned… Today, we worked in parallel on the normal and the regression chapters, looking for a sexy normal dataset to replace the larceny (normaldata) and the large and delicate CMB datasets. We eventually settled for a modern version of the Michelson-Morley dataset (available in R as morley), produced by K.K. Illingworth in 1927. I hope the spectral data and the relevance of the experiment will not be lost on the readers.

7 Responses to “Core in CiRM [1]”

  1. [...] Likelihood-free parallel tempering by Meïli Baragtti, Agnès Grimaud, and Denys Pommeret, from Luminy, Marseilles. The paper mentions our population Monte Carlo (PMC) algorithm (Beaumont et al., 2009) [...]

  2. [...] not enjoying the optimal environment of CiRM, we are making good progress on the revision (or the R vision) of Bayesian Core. In the past two [...]

  3. [...] (aka Jean-Claude!) Marin came for a few days so that we could make late progress on the revision of our book Bayesian Core towards an Use R! version. In one of the R programs in the mixture [...]

  4. [...] weekend, my friend and coauthor Jean-Michel Marin was interviewed (as Jean-Claude Marin, sic!) by a national radio about the probability of the [...]

  5. [...] summer of books The summer started with a research in pair session in CiRM on the R edition of Bayesian Core, but I am also involved two other book projects. [...]

  6. [...] in CiRM [3] Still dredging along preparing the new edition of Bayesian Core. I am almost done with the normal chapter, where I also changed the Monte Carlo [...]

  7. [...] in CiRM [2] We are making slow progress on the normal and regression chapters as we decided to write the package at the same time we revise [...]

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