Network inference from highdimensional data: on covariates, missingness and normality
Seminar Math Bites Trento at the Department of Mathematics

Abstract
Statistical inference of networks using graphical modelling approaches has applications in many fields, such as biology, finance and health. The resulting data have often high levels of complexity and dimensionality. This talk will highlight recent advances in the development of computationally efficient approaches for network inference in these nonstandard settings, both in a frequentist and Bayesian paradigm. We will consider closely the case of heterogeneous, missing and nonGaussian data, with examples taken from genomics.
Schedule
 23 March 2022, 14:0015:00 @ A108 Povo 1
Details
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