Definitive Screening Designs are a class of experimental designs that under factor sparsity have the potential to estimate linear, quadratic and interaction effects with little experimental effort. BAYESDEF is a package that performs a five step strategy to analyze this kind of experiments that makes use of tools coming from the Bayesian approach. It also includes the least absolute shrinkage and selection operator (lasso) as a check (Aguirre VM. (2016) <DOI:10.1002/asmb.2160>).
You can learn more about this package at: http://www.uv.mx/personal/nehuerta/bayesdef/
BAYESDEF is a package with a graphical interface dedicated to perform Bayesian analysis of Definitive Screening Designs with thirteen runs. These very economic experimental plans are gaining popularity because, under certain conditions, they allow the estimation of main, interaction and quadratic effects. Tinhe package also allows the user to fit custom models to the data. It also includes the additional feature to analyze the data using the least absolute shrinkage and selection operator "lasso". Note: BAYESDEF is free software and comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
BAYESDEF is a graphic interface
Victor Manuel Aguirre-Torres, Nery Sofia Huerta-Pacheco, Edgar A. Lopez
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