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Computer Intensive Statistical Methods

Validation, Model Selection, and Bootstrap

by J. S. Urban. Hjorth

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Published by Chapman & Hall/CRC .
Written in English


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Number of Pages272
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Open LibraryOL7478781M
ISBN 100412491605
ISBN 109780412491603

The computer has created new fields in statistic. Numerical and statistical problems that were untackable five to ten years ago can now be computed even on portable personal computers. A computer intensive task is for example the numerical calculation of posterior distributions in Bayesian :// Our MSc Statistics will give you sound masters-level training in statistical methodology, with an emphasis on practical problems arising in the context of collecting and analysing scientific data. The programme's objectives are: to give you knowledge of statistical theory and methods at an advanced level

  Computer Intensive Statistics APTS {19 Preliminary Material May are not already comfortable. Indeed, there is one thing from which there is no escaping in computer intensive methods of any sort: implementation. It’s impossible to really understand the ideas which statistical estimates of the parameter can be ://   Computer-intensive statistical methods are those which make use of repeating variants on simpler calculations to obtain a more illuminating or more accurate analysis. A common theme is the desire to relax assumptions, for example by replacing analytical approximations by computational ones, or replacing analytical optimization or

  I was disappointed that Computer-intensive Methods overlooks many of the truly state-of-the-art computational statistical methods that are applicable to data analysis in biology and ecology. Nevertheless, some elements make the book a potentially useful resource for   I) Computational Statistics - Manuscripts dealing with: 1) the explicit impact of computers on statistical methodology (e.g., Bayesian computing, bioinformatics,computer graphics, computer intensive inferential methods, data exploration, data mining, expert systems, heuristics, knowledge?.


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Computer Intensive Statistical Methods by J. S. Urban. Hjorth Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Features. Presents the main ideas of computer-intensive statistical methods ; Gives the algorithms for all the methods ; Uses various plots and illustrations for explaining the main ideas   () Computer-intensive methods in statistical analysis.

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Efron, B. and Tibshirani, R. () Bootstrap methods for standard errors, confidence intervals, and other measures of statistical accuracy (with Discussion). Statistical Science, 1, Computer Intensive Statistical Methods: Validation, Model Selection, and Bootstrap - Kindle edition by Hjorth, J.

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Computer Intensive Statistical Methods. DOI link for Computer Intensive Statistical Methods. Computer Intensive Statistical Methods book   The term ‘computer intensive methods’ means different things to different people.

It is also a dynamic subject: what requires intensive computing today may be solvable with a pocket calculator tomorrow. Not so long ago, the calculation of normal probabilities to reasonable accuracy would have required considerable CPU ://~stevel//literature/Computer Intensive Statistical.

The five methods included in PsN-Toolkit are just a few of a larger set of computer intensive methods that have been suggested for use in pharmacometric data analysis. Methods like the Posterior Predictive Check, Monte-carlo Simulations, Cross Validation, Model Selection using Genetic Algorithms and the LASSO could all be valuable in an   How to use computer-intensive methods to assess the significance of a statistic in an hypothesis test--for both statisticians and nonstatisticians alike.

The significance of almost any test can be assessed using one of the methods presented here, for the techniques given are very general (e.g. virtually every nonparametric statistical test is a special case of one of the method Book Description. This book focuses on computer intensive statistical methods, such as validation, model selection, and bootstrap, that help overcome obstacles that could not be previously solved by methods such as regression and time series modelling in the areas of economics, meteorology, and ://   Do not use computer intensive methods unless you have to.

8 Simulation My own observation: more than 80% statistical papers have sections called “Simulations” 9 Background •The foundation of computer intensive methods •General scheme: –Generate   An introduction to computer-intensive methods For the purposes of this book, I define computer-intensive methods as those that involve an iterative process and hence cannot readily be done except statistical analysis.

What computer-intensive methods allow one to do is to Computer Intensive Methods in Statistics is written for students at graduate level, but can also be used by practitioners. Features Presents the main ideas of computer-intensive statistical methods Gives the algorithms for all the methods Uses various plots and illustrations for explaining the main ideas Features the theoretical backgrounds of In book: Encyclopedia of Environmetrics Several terms are erroneously used interchangeably when referring to such computer-intensive statistical methods, including ‘resampling techniques A detailed exploration of statistical computer methods, including Bayesian computing, interfacing statistics, image analysis and resampling methods.

The text explains how graphical interaction on modern statistical environments has provided the possibility of deeper insights into ://   Computer-Intensive Statistical Methods sampling from a population under the null hypothesis. The computer creates an imaginary population whose parameters are specified by a null hypothesis.

The computer then samples the population and calculates a The book suggests just using the difference between sample means: /staff/mccarthy/quantmet/lectures/ With recent advances in the power of personal computers, reference distributions of statistics are now often generated using computer‐intensive methods.

Several terms are erroneously used interchangeably when referring to such computer‐intensive statistical methods, including ‘resampling techniques’, ‘Monte Carlo’, ‘permutation   Computer Intensive Statistical Methods, MSA/MVE Anastassia Baxevani [email protected] Department of Mathematical Statistics University of Gothenburg Chalmers University of Technology MSA/MVE – p.

Computer intensive statistical methods Lecture 8 EM algorithm Septem Jonas Wallin [email protected] Chalmers, Gothenburg university Jonas Wallin (Chalmers) Computer intensive statistical Computer-intensive Statistical Methods.

were compared according to two statistical methods. Analysis has showed that Vitalomer is comparable in measurement of volumes and flows with well-known In each of the two statistical packages, students begin with 20 essential commands and progress towards computer-intensive statistical methods such as simulation, advanced regression modelling techniques, multiple imputation, cross-validation and ://