Document details for 'A Bayesian model for compositional data analysis'

Authors Brewer, M.J., Soulsby, C. and Dunn, S.M.
Publication details In "COMPSTAT 2002 Proceedings in Computational Statistics", 105-110. Eds. Härdle, W., Rönz, B.. Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg.
Publisher details Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg
Keywords Compositional analysis; Bayesian model; MCMC
Abstract We introduce a Bayesian hierarchical model for the analysis of compositional data, where the source data are observed as indicator measurements rather than direct proportions. We focus on an application of the model to water quality data, where we apportion stream water to three sources.
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