I hope now that I have a bit more time, I can write more here. In the last few months, I concluded my Ph.
This week I had to make a panel with results from 5 different brms models in R. The ggplot2 allows you to do facet_wraps to create a panel with multiple plots but it also requires that you have a well formated dataframe.
I am happy to announce that our paper “Statistical Models for the Analysis of Optimization Algorithms with Benchmark Functions” by David Issa Mattos, Jan Bosch and Helena Holmström Olsson has been accepted for publication at the IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation (DOI:10.
Over the last five years, I have written papers in different combinations of Word + Mendeley/Zotero, Latex/Overleaf, Google Docs + Zotero, Word Online + Mendeley.
Today, we submitted a new paper (On the Assessment of Benchmark Suites for Algorithm Comparison) to the IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computing (and of course to Arxiv).
We have a new release of the bpcs package on Github. This release introduces a few new features, removed dependencies and mostly moved from rstan to cmdstanr.
Now, I have been developing the bpcs package for the last 4 months I thought of sharing a bit my experience with developing a R package with Stan.
This Feb 5th, I will present some of my research around Bradley-Terry models in the SE Seminar at Chalmers. My goal is to show a the generality of the Bayesian BT model and that it can be used for both behavior research as well as software engineering.
Yesterday, we submitted the paper: Mattos, D. I. and Ramos, E. M. S. “Bayesian Paired-Comparison with the bpcs Package” arxiv:2101.11227
A new release of the bpcs package is available in Github. This release introduces new models and correct some bugs. This release will be submitted to CRAN (not there yet) and the on-going paper we are writing is based on this release.