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Warwick R User Group

March 22, 2017

I gave a talk last Thursday at the Warwick R Users’ Group (WRUG), a regular meeting that is held during term time in the stats department. Some of this was a rehash of a previous talk I gave at BRAG, updated for the 2011 edition of the National Land Cover Database (NLCD). But I also discussed how to download and import data from MODIS and Landsat 8. My slides are below and the R source code is available from the WRUG homepage.

Further Reading

M. Moores, A. N. Pettitt & K. Mengersen (2015) Scalable Bayesian inference for the inverse temperature of a hidden Potts model. arXiv:1503.08066 [stat.CO]

M. Moores, C. C. Drovandi, K. Mengersen & C. P. Robert (2015) Pre-processing for approximate Bayesian computation in image analysisStatistics & Computing 25(1): 23-33.

M. Falk, C. Alston, C. McGrory, S. Clifford, E. Heron, D. Leonte, M. Moores, C. Walsh, A.N. Pettitt & K. Mengersen (2015) Recent Bayesian approaches for spatial analysis of 2-D images with application to environmental modellingEnvir. Ecol. Stat. 22(3): 571-600.

M. Moores & K. Mengersen (2014) Bayesian approaches to spatial inference: modelling and computational challenges and solutions. In Proc. 33rd MaxEnt, AIP Conf. Proc. 1636: 112-117.

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