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  • If you send your email address to me at empirical_bayesian -at- ieee -dot- org happy to send you a copy. Mystery to me why you can't access. I could put it in Google. And I've queued-up K. R. Gabriel, "Generalised bilinear regression", Biometrika…
  • Interesting. What's the relationship between bilinear regression and the "error in variables" problem? See http://azimuth.ch.mm.st/BayesianRegressionWithErrorsInVariables--JGalkowski.pdf
  • HI Graham! My "look" at Steve's draft blog post was limited to examining the role of the contingency table in his write-up. I am not looking at Ludescher, et al any more than that. I simply do not have the time. As I originally indicated, I thou…
  • Okay, I've done the analysis of Steve Wenner's contingency table. I don't know the JMP facility well enough to tell how they use the Fisher-Exact interface, but there may be a misunderstanding of its result involved. Given the Bayesian analysis, th…
  • Dear WebHubTel, Some previous reported work on the Mathieu proposition is reported here: http://contextearth.com/2014/05/27/the-soim-differential-equation/, with a comment from Professor Peter Webster, co-author with V. E. Toma of Tropical Meteorol…
  • Sure, I'd be happy to, Jim. Hans Berliner is The Man (see http://bayesian.org/video/bayesian-mechanistic-statistical-modeling-examples-geophysical-settings). And Noel Cressie wrote definitive works on spatial statistics, like kriging, although, un…
  • Jim, Not sure exactly what you are asking: Commenting on your summary? On Ian's thesis? On Berliner, Wikle, Cressie? But happy to help within timeframe. Not sure how quickly I can turn around reading a thesis, though. Happy to read your summary…
  • If there's going to be a contingency table analysis done in the paper, I think at least a Bayesian counterpart ought to be included or replace the analysis, such as section 14.1.10 of Kruschke (2011). I am happy to help with that, and do it. I'll …
  • Very good. Saw a mention of netcdf-convertor.R.
  • Just FYI, there is an RNetCDF package available as well. I've used this when I assimilated and processed HadCRUT4 and made it available to the public, as described at http://hypergeometric.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/hadcrut4-version-hadcrut-4-2-0-0-a…
  • Yes, surely, other GHGs contribute, although, as someone mentioned in a nice aphorism, water vapor is a feedback, not a forcing. The thing about methane, as I understand it, is that it's final contribution is not as methane, but as the carbon dioxid…
  • It seems entirely possible that CO2 lagged temperature increases at times in the past. That it did says nothing about the significance of CO2 as climate's "biggest control knob", in the words of Professor Richard Alley. That CO2 increases deliver …
  • I'm interested in the mathematics and statistics of products, usage, disposal, waste, recycling, and diversion. I don't have any documents written at the moment, but I am working on a reconstruction (an inverse model, really) of sources contributing…