published in PNAS!

The paper “Lack of confidence in approximate Bayesian computation model choice“, with  Jean-Marie Cornuet, Jean-Michel Marin, and Natesh S. Pillai, has now appeared in the Early Edition of PNAS! It is in Open Access, so fully accessible to everyone. Thanks to the referees and to the PNAS editor, Steve Fienberg, for their support. A very fitting ending for a paper started around a (fake) log-fire in Park City! (And my very first paper in PNAS!)

7 Responses to “published in PNAS!”

  1. […] on arXiv. And it is only a book-review, for Gutenberg’s sake! Last year, we made our PNAS paper available as Open Access, but this was (a) cheaper and (b) an important result, or so we thought […]

  2. […] is quite appropriate given that one of the papers (about the limitations of ABC model choice) was conceived in Utah, early this year (at the MCMC’Ski conference). There were an amazing […]

  3. […] with several sampling distributions all producing the same likelihood. After my recent work on ABC model choice, I am however less excited about the sufficiency principle as the existence of [non-trivial] […]

  4. […] paper is about to be completed.) This obviously comes as the continuation of our reflexions on  ABC model choice started last January. The major message of the paper is that the statistics used for running model […]

  5. […] (…) on the marginal likelihoods upon which model comparison is based” (p.333), as our PNAS paper brings some light on both questionings.) The second half of the book is more topical, with […]

  6. […] likelihood-free algorithm I discussed a few days ago. We also had a lively discussion about ABC model choice, from the choice of the metric distance to the impact of the summary statistics. The meeting ended […]

  7. […] On September 5-7, I am attending Bayes-250 at the University of Edinburgh. I arrived under a blazing sun that showed Arthur’s Seat in full glory! (II realise I had never seen it in the sun!) My talk is a short version of the ABC in London talk about ABC model choice, in connection with the recently published PNAS paper. […]

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