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Bayesian HMM

Bukar Alhaji
Dear R buddies,

I have this data X <- c(3  5  7  6 40  9  9  2  5  1  4  7  5 45  9 48 10  6  3  6  4  9  5  5  4 64  3 23 26  4  3  5  2  7  3 10  3  4 51 67  6  4  4  6  6  5 11  7  3  5)

I would like to try a Bayesian method for the parameter estimation of the Hidden Markov model. 


Could anyone kindly direct me to any R package that can perform this task? Or any help is highly appreciated.

Grateful for help and time.

Best regards
Kyari
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Re: Bayesian HMM

Ingmar Visser
Searching on r-project for bayesian hidden Markov model gives several
potentially useful links:

https://www.google.com/search?q=bayesian+hidden+markov+model&domains=r-project.org&sitesearch=r-project.org&btnG=Google+Search

hth, Ingmar


On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 12:09 PM, Bukar Alhaji <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear R buddies,
>
> I have this data X <- c(3  5  7  6 40  9  9  2  5  1  4  7  5 45  9 48 10  6  3  6  4  9  5  5  4 64  3 23 26  4  3  5  2  7  3 10  3  4 51 67  6  4  4  6  6  5 11  7  3  5)
>
> I would like to try a Bayesian method for the parameter estimation of the Hidden Markov model.
>
>
> Could anyone kindly direct me to any R package that can perform this task? Or any help is highly appreciated.
>
> Grateful for help and time.
>
> Best regards
> Kyari
>         [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
>
>
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>

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Re: Bayesian HMM

Sarah Goslee
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A search at www.rseek.org for
Bayesian "hidden Markov model"
turns up all sorts of potentially-useful information.

Sarah

On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 6:09 AM, Bukar Alhaji <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Dear R buddies,
>
> I have this data X <- c(3  5  7  6 40  9  9  2  5  1  4  7  5 45  9 48 10  6  3  6  4  9  5  5  4 64  3 23 26  4  3  5  2  7  3 10  3  4 51 67  6  4  4  6  6  5 11  7  3  5)

Seems unlikely - that's not appropriate syntax for creating a vector using c().

> I would like to try a Bayesian method for the parameter estimation of the Hidden Markov model.
>
>
> Could anyone kindly direct me to any R package that can perform this task? Or any help is highly appreciated.
>
> Grateful for help and time.
>
> Best regards
> Kyari



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