[ABNMS-L] Confirmed: Introduction to BNs workshop in Melbourne, April 20th - 21st
steven.mascaro at bayesian-intelligence.com
Thu Apr 13 19:54:17 AEST 2017
Thanks! All good here --- hope all is well with you as well.
I expect we would be able to make good use of such an example and materials
at the ABNMS workshops. We're co-hosting with SRA (the Society for Risk
Analysis) this year at University of Melbourne, and I believe there may be
an even larger ecological contingent than normal. We'd be grateful for
anything you'd be willing to share.
On 13 April 2017 at 11:02, Bruce G. Marcot <brucem at spiritone.com> wrote:
> Hi Steven,
> I sure hope this finds you well.
> I also wish I could be attending this year's ABNMS meeting and catching up
> with good friends and colleagues there.
> Question: Who is presenting the BN modeling workshop(s)?
> I ask this, because this past year, at their request, I presented a full
> day's workshop on BN modeling at the International Bear Association's
> annual conference (Anchorage, Alaska). In so doing, I developed a set of
> workshop tasks, readings, and Netica modeling steps. For instance, I
> provided a PDF of a paper on wildlife habitat associations, and had the
> attendees spend 20 minutes developing an influence diagram from that; it
> went very well. From there, we developed a BN model.
> My point is that I would be very happy to share any and all of this
> material if it can help you, the BN modeling workshops there, or ABNMS. I
> know that the workshops and especially ABNMS are in totally world-class,
> superb hands. If I can contribute in some small way, I'd be happy to.
> Be well, take care, your antipodal friend,
> - bruce
> Bruce G. Marcot, Ph.D. Research Wildlife Ecologistbrucem at SpiritOne.com
> Ecology Picture of the Week: http://www.PlexusEco.com/EPOW/
> The Plexus: http://www.spiritone.com/~brucem
> On Wed 12-Apr-17 1:16 AM, Steven Mascaro wrote:
> Hello all,
> Apologies for sending this notice out late. The Introduction to BNs
> workshop has been confirmed. You can make payment for the workshop via
> PayPal and credit card at the following address:
> Students should select the discounted rate when making payment.
> The workshop will be held in H6.90, Building H, Monash University,
> Caulfield Campus (*not Clayton*).
> Please note: *You will need to bring a laptop* running the Windows
> operating system, which is capable of running Netica. You can install
> Netica on this laptop before the workshop, which can be downloaded here:
> We can help you on the day if you have trouble with the installation.
> An electronic version of the materials can be downloaded from:
> The final schedule can be found on the training registration page. You can
> download it directly here
> Additionally, we'll be doing an exercise on integration with a GIS tool.
> You can download the freely available QGIS at:
> Or if you already have a GIS tool you're familiar with (such as ArcGIS),
> which supports importing and exporting data, that will suffice.
> If you have any problems or questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.
> We look forward to seeing you there.
> Steven Mascaro - (+61) 0425 801 277 <+61%20425%20801%20277>
> Bayesian Intelligence <http://bayesian-intelligence.com>
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