Life is complicated, you probably know that. If we take a magnifying glass and look at a living thing from a chemical and biological perspective, it is astonishingly complicated. In this blog post, I will walk through an example of a process that occurs in all living things and how we can study this process with a computer. In fact, I will … Continue reading Life in a computer

# Category: Regression

# Bayesian Regression Using MCMC

[redirect url='http://wp.combine.se/bayesian-regression-using-mcmc/' sec='0'] Introduction Bayesian Regression has traditionally been very difficult to work with since analytical solutions are only possible for simple problems. Hence, the frequentist method called "least-squares regression" has been dominant for a long time. Bayesian approaches, however, has the advantage of working with probability distributions such that the estimated parameters of a … Continue reading Bayesian Regression Using MCMC

# Progressive Self-Exploring Design of Experiments

Introduction In a classical design of experiments (DoE) you usually choose a set of points according to some rule and perform experiments to be able to, for example, create a response surface. But when the properties of the process you are trying to describe is difficult to understand and can be destroyed if wrong parameters … Continue reading Progressive Self-Exploring Design of Experiments

# Introduction to Regression Using Gaussian Processes

Introduction When trying to describe data using a function you often know something about the process generating the data a priori. When you do not completely understand why the data looks like it does but want to try to describe it any way you can start trying different things ad hoc. A couple of years … Continue reading Introduction to Regression Using Gaussian Processes

# Introduction to Regression Using Gaussian Processes

Introduction When trying to describe data using a function you often know something about the process generating the data a priori. When you do not completely understand why the data looks like it does but want to try to describe it any way you can start trying different things ad hoc. A couple of years … Continue reading Introduction to Regression Using Gaussian Processes