84.1 Bayesian Maximum Entropy tools

shortname bmetools
title Bayesian Maximum Entropy tools
creator Ivan Hanigan
abstract These tools are primarily intended to allow R users to develop a project that can run the BME matlab tool. | We have developed a process in R to create the input datasets and estimate a PDF for the soft data | using a triangular PDF with the function “pdf4bme_triangular.R” available at the Bitbucket open | source code repository (https://bitbucket.org/ivanhanigan/bmetools).
additional_metadata /home/public_share_data/ResearchData_CAR/projects/Neighbourhood_Exposures/bmetools
alternate_identifier https://bitbucket.org/ivanhanigan/bmetools
Recommended Citation Ivan Hanigan, 2017-10-28, Bayesian Maximum Entropy tools, Data retrieved from Centre for Air pollution, energy and health Research.The Australian Centre for Air pollution, energy and health Research (CAR).
licence_code CCBY
accessibility CAR