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August 20, 2020

an attempt at EP-ABC from scratch, nothing more… [except for a few bugs]

October 19, 2016

Following a request from one of the reviewers of our chapter Likelihood-free model choice, I tried to run EP-ABC on a toy problem and to compare it with the outcome of a random forest ABC. Literally starting from scratch, namely from the description found in Simon and Nicolas’ JASA paper.  To run my test, I […]

AppliBUGS day celebrating Jean-Louis Foulley

June 10, 2014

In case you are in Paris tomorrow and free, there will be an AppliBUGS day focussing on the contributions of our friend Jean-Louis Foulley. (And a regular contributor to the ‘Og!) The meeting takes place in the ampitheatre on second floor of  ENGREF-Montparnasse (19 av du Maine, 75015 Paris, Métro Montparnasse Bienvenüe). I will give […]

the BUGS Book [guest post]

February 25, 2013

(My colleague Jean-Louis Fouley, now at I3M, Montpellier, kindly agreed to write a review on the BUGS book for CHANCE. Here is the review, en avant-première! Watch out, it is fairly long and exhaustive! References will be available in the published version. The additions of book covers with BUGS in the title and of the corresponding […]

appliBUGS (wet)

December 27, 2012

This morning I gave my talk on ABC; computation or inference? at the appliBUGS seminar. Here, in Paris, BUGS stands for Bayesian United Group of Statisticians! Presumably in connection with a strong football culture, since the talk after mine was Jean-Louis Foulley’s ranking of the Euro 2012 teams. Quite an interesting talk (even though I […]