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2017 Dec 11
1
Gaussian Process Classification R packages
...e below). If so, his response seems quite natural. Perhaps, you need to say what is wrong with the hits you got and the packages that they describe to keep a potential response from running in the wrong direction. Perhaps, you have misunderstood the capabilities of a package or failed to grasp an inobvious way to use the package to reach your goal. In any case, providing some background of why you think the obvious leads do not work in your case can be helpful. Doing that search myself I see links to R packages, R functions, and to "The Gaussian Processes Web Site" which has a table of...
2017 Dec 11
1
Gaussian Process Classification R packages
...e below). If so, his response seems quite natural. Perhaps, you need to say what is wrong with the hits you got and the packages that they describe to keep a potential response from running in the wrong direction. Perhaps, you have misunderstood the capabilities of a package or failed to grasp an inobvious way to use the package to reach your goal. In any case, providing some background of why you think the obvious leads do not work in your case can be helpful. Doing that search myself I see links to R packages, R functions, and to "The Gaussian Processes Web Site" which has a table of...
2017 Dec 11
1
Gaussian Process Classification R packages
...s response seems quite natural. > >Perhaps, you need to say what is wrong with the hits you got and the >packages that they describe to keep a potential response from running >in the wrong direction. Perhaps, you have misunderstood the >capabilities of a package or failed to grasp an inobvious way to use >the package to reach your goal. In any case, providing some background >of why you think the obvious leads do not work in your case can be >helpful. > >Doing that search myself I see links to R packages, R functions, and to >"The Gaussian Processes Web Site&qu...
2017 Dec 12
1
Gaussian Process Classification R packages
...tural. > > > >Perhaps, you need to say what is wrong with the hits you got and the > >packages that they describe to keep a potential response from running > >in the wrong direction. Perhaps, you have misunderstood the > >capabilities of a package or failed to grasp an inobvious way to use > >the package to reach your goal. In any case, providing some background > >of why you think the obvious leads do not work in your case can be > >helpful. > > > >Doing that search myself I see links to R packages, R functions, and to > >"The...
2017 Dec 11
1
Gaussian Process Classification R packages
I have kindly asked for help and I am sad to receive such a reply from some on the r-help list. I did google it prior to sending my request, and I could not find any R package which provides GP classification model which produces prediction intervals for each sample. I would be grateful if anybody could inform me about it. Thank you. ________________________________ From: Bert Gunter
2017 Dec 12
1
Gaussian Process Classification R packages
...s response seems quite natural. > >Perhaps, you need to say what is wrong with the hits you got and the >packages that they describe to keep a potential response from running >in the wrong direction. Perhaps, you have misunderstood the >capabilities of a package or failed to grasp an inobvious way to use >the package to reach your goal. In any case, providing some background >of why you think the obvious leads do not work in your case can be >helpful. > >Doing that search myself I see links to R packages, R functions, and to >"The Gaussian Processes Web Site&qu...