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INLA course in Lavras, Brasil

posted 1 Mar 2017, 19:01 by Elias Krainski

In July 24-28 during the 62 RBRAS and 17 SEAGRO. Details here

Workshop on Spatial Point Process Models for Ecological Survey Data with INLA (20-23 March)

posted 24 Feb 2017, 06:14 by Havard Rue

Just to announce this workshop/course: see HERE for the link

which is based on the very exciting INLABRU project!

Håvard

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``EPSRC-sponsored workshop on Spatial Point Process Models for Ecological Survey Data with INLA.

20 – 23 March 2017, University of St Andrews

The Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental Modelling at the University of St Andrews, in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh, will be holding a 4-day workshop on fitting spatial point processes to data from ecological surveys. The workshop will be held at the custom workshop facility at the Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental Modelling in St Andrews, Scotland. ...''



INLA shortcourse at KAUST: week 8 & 9

posted 12 Feb 2017, 02:06 by Havard Rue   [ updated 12 Feb 2017, 02:08 ]

Haakon Bakka will give a short-course on INLA at KAUST during week 8 & 9, in total 8 lectures. The official announcement is here.


INLA goes to Chile...

posted 19 Jan 2017, 04:34 by Havard Rue   [ updated 19 Jan 2017, 04:35 ]

INLAcourse Iceland (October 2016)

posted 14 Jan 2017, 05:34 by Haakon Bakka   [ updated 19 Jan 2017, 04:27 by Havard Rue ]

This INLAcourse was created as an obligatory part of a class on statistical modeling by Birgir at the University of Iceland.

Additional information can be found here:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e6KQekMzW_6ZTwvtw-Zc7KA0zY151QPGC86RXLX1tug/edit?usp=sharing



INLA-SPDE course in Moncton - Canada

posted 13 Jan 2017, 13:40 by Elias Krainski   [ updated 19 Jan 2017, 04:23 by Havard Rue ]

Haakon, Elias and Aurelie will be teaching INLA and SPDE. Details here


amlgm2016

posted 13 Nov 2016, 03:13 by Havard Rue   [ updated 13 Nov 2016, 03:14 ]

amlgm2016 was a very sucessful meeting; the program etc can be found here.


Comparing marginal likelihood estimates

posted 7 Nov 2016, 09:01 by Havard Rue   [ updated 7 Nov 2016, 09:02 ]


Aliaksandr Hubin and Geir Storvik (University of Oslo), has just  published a report on arxiv comparing  the marginal likelihood estimate from INLA with various other estimates; interesting reading...


The WHO report on Ambient air pollution

posted 4 Oct 2016, 23:17 by Havard Rue

We congratulate Dr. Gavin Shaddick from Univ of Bath, and colleagues,  with all the work with the science behind the new WHO report: Ambient air pollution: A global assessment of exposure and burden of disease which has been all over the news these days. The technical details are described in an arxiv report.


A future change for survival models

posted 6 Aug 2016, 09:46 by Havard Rue

We need to make some backward incomptatible changes for survival models, as several likelihoods might be used in both a regression context and a survival context. Likelihoods that require a inla.surv() object as the reposens, will be named  FAMILY.surv, and if the same likelihood is available in a regression context, it will be named FAMILY. The first change is the lognormal, which now exists as 'lognormal' and 'lognormal.surv'. See inla.doc("lognormal") for an example. This change appears in the most recent testing version. Likelihoods that will be affected are: exponential, weibull, loglogistic. If you run weibull survival, then after these future changes, you'll get an error before you change the family name to 'weibull.surv'.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Håvard

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