Here is a page of papers we read or plan to read as part of the CREEM(ish) spatial modelling reading group.
Next meeting will be at Thursday 13 September 10-11am in the boardroom at the Observatory. We’ll be reading:
Proposed by Andy Seaton.
(E-mail Dave to have yours added!)
|5 Feb||Andy Seaton||Comparative interpretation of count, presence–absence and point methods for species distribution models|
|21 Feb||Tuomas Rajala||Detecting multivariate interactions in spatial point patterns with Gibbs models and variable selection|
|10 April||Andy Seaton||Practical Maximum Pseudolikelihood for Spatial Point Patterns and Approximating Point Process Likelihoods with GLIM|
|3 May||Andy Seaton||Visualization in Bayesian workflow|
|31 May||Andy Seaton||Breeding density, fine‐scale tracking, and large‐scale modeling reveal the regional distribution of four seabird species|
|20 June||Jarno Vanhatalo||Non-stationary Gaussian models with physical barriers|
|8 August||Andy Seaton||Movement behaviour responses to environment: fast inference of individual variation with a mixed effects model|