Simulation Studies Using R
R is a unique statistical application such that it is an almost perfect combination between programming language and statistical packages, which are required skills for Monte Carlo simulation. The class covered all steps in a Monte Carlo simulation including (a) specifying design conditions, (b) generating data from a desired model, (c) analyzing data, (d) selecting target statistics from the results, and (e) summarizing the statistics across design conditions for publication. Furthermore, the seminar included debugging techniques, running R in high-performance computers, and communication with other statistical packages.
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Summer 2015 (R SIM; Graduate, TTU)
*I taught this class using HPC in Texas Tech University. Running in other HPCs could be slightly different.