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Joe Thorley
A computational biologist who programs in R and fits models using JAGS (BUGS) and TMB (ADMB).
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Maxwell Joseph 22h
Some thoughts on JAGS vs. for mark-recapture models: I am finally getting around to porting my MR modeling work to Stan...(1/n)
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Peter Nollert Sep 23
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Sigrid Keydana Sep 20
Very informative page by the developers on informative and non-informative priors:
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PeerJ - the journal Sep 18
Revisiting the mitogenomic phylogeny of Salmoninae: new insights thanks to recent sequencing advances
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Dirk Eddelbuettel Sep 16
New package pinp 0.0.1 on CRAN Attractive two-column pdf vignettes from Markdown /cc
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Richard McElreath Sep 11
Everyone should read "Models Are Stupid & We Need More of Them". Theory hard, we dumb, let's get to work.
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Richard McElreath Sep 9
Real age is hard to determine, in both human and non-human populations. Statistics needs biology to do it.
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Peter Ellis Sep 8
Using R Markdown with corporate heading styles, logo, "draft" watermarks, graphics colours and fonts, etc.
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Andrew Gelman Sep 7
The fundamental abstractions underlying BUGS and Stan as probabilistic programming languages
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Michael Betancourt Sep 5
Seriously, working with the crew is exhausting, . Turns out visualization is super useful!
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Hadley Wickham Aug 31
These are great regexp cheat sheets!
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Aerin Jacob Aug 31
Graphical abstract of 8 priorities & 7 gaps that scientifically rigorous 🇨🇦 & regulations must address.
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Steven J. Cooke Aug 29
On the need for robust science to support env reviews in Canada
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Joe Thorley Aug 29
Describing your literature search via
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Joe Thorley Aug 26
stability badges for R packages
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Joe Thorley Aug 24
Environmental decisions should be based on confidence intervals not p-values
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Richard McElreath Aug 24
In statistics as in kidney donation, defaults matter. It matters where we begin. We end up in different places.
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Andrew Gelman Aug 21
Publish your raw data and your speculations, then let other people do the analysis: track and field edition
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Joe Thorley Aug 21
Replying to @optimlog_ @rlmcelreath
True - but what if you don’t have the likelihood. Can one infer the influence of the prior on the post from the 2 dists in isolation?
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Joe Thorley Aug 21
Replying to @rlmcelreath
And I can’t find any discussion in the literature.
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