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A Software Review for Extreme Value Analysis
Company: Extremes
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Year Of Publication: 2013
Month Of Publication: March
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Pages: 103-119
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Language: English
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Date: 3-10-2013
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Summary
Extreme value methodology is being increasingly used by practitioners from a wide range of fields. The importance of accurately modeling extreme events has intensified, particularly in environmental science where such events can be seen as a barometer for climate change. These analyses require tools that must be simple to use, but must also implement complex statistical models and produce resulting inferences. This document presents a review of the software that is currently available to scientists for the statistical modeling of extreme events. We discuss all software known to the authors, both proprietary and open source, targeting different data types and application areas.
(volume 16, number 1)
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Gilleland, Eric Sign in to follow this author
Ribatet, Mathieu Sign in to follow this author
Stephenson, Alec G. Sign in to follow this author
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