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Bayesian Approaches to Zero Inflated Poisson Model
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 Title & Authors
Bayesian Approaches to Zero Inflated Poisson Model
Lee, Ji-Ho; Choi, Tae-Ryon; Wo, Yoon-Sung;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we consider Bayesian approaches to zero inflated Poisson model, one of the popular models to analyze zero inflated count data. To generate posterior samples, we deal with a Markov Chain Monte Carlo method using a Gibbs sampler and an exact sampling method using an Inverse Bayes Formula(IBF). Posterior sampling algorithms using two methods are compared, and a convergence checking for a Gibbs sampler is discussed, in particular using posterior samples from IBF sampling. Based on these sampling methods, a real data analysis is performed for Trajan data (Marin et al., 1993) and our results are compared with existing Trajan data analysis. We also discuss model selection issues for Trajan data between the Poisson model and zero inflated Poisson model using various criteria. In addition, we complement the previous work by Rodrigues (2003) via further data analysis using a hierarchical Bayesian model.
 Keywords
Gibbs sampler;Inverse Bayes Formula;Bayesian goodness of fit;DIC;hierarchical Bayesia model;
 Language
Korean
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