Create and learn Chain Event Graph (CEG) models using a Bayesian
framework. It provides us with a Hierarchical Agglomerative algorithm to
search the CEG model space.
The package also includes several facilities for visualisations of the
objects associated with a CEG. The CEG class can represent a range of
relational data types, and supports arbitrary vertex, edge and graph
attributes. A Chain Event Graph is a tree-based graphical model that
provides a powerful graphical interface through which domain experts can
easily translate a process into sequences of observed events using plain
language. CEGs have been a useful class of graphical model especially to
capture context-specific conditional independences. References: Collazo R,
Gorgen C, Smith J. Chain Event Graph. CRC Press, ISBN 9781498729604, 2018
(forthcoming); and Barday LM, Collazo RA, Smith JQ, Thwaites PA, Nicholson AE.
The Dynamic Chain Event Graph. Electronic Journal of Statistics, 9 (2) 2130-2169
|Author||Rodrigo Collazo [aut], Pier Taranti [aut, cre]|
|Date of publication||2017-11-27 12:44:01 UTC|
|Maintainer||Pier Taranti <[email protected]>|
|License||GPL-2 | file LICENSE|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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