I am not a statistician nor a mathematician, just a biologist interested in ABC for practical issues, and I feel like I did wrong until now …

I am convinced that random forests are more relevant and less arbitrary than previous approaches for model choice.

However, I have a stupid question … Once I have all of my simulations, meaning, a huge array of (iterations)x(statistics), how can I apply to it the good practices you recommend?

Sorry for the very pragmatic question.

All the best, and congrates again for your contribution to ABC.

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Does this mean you have now come full circle, Christian? :-)

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