Diana Cole: Research Webpages

Publications


Book

Newman, K.B., Buckland, S.T., Morgan, B.J.T., King, R., Borchers, D.L. and Cole, D.J. and Besbeas, P. and Gimenez, O. and Thomas, L. (2014) Modelling Population Dynamics: model formulation, fitting and assessment using state-space methods. Springer. Springer Book Webpage Computer Code for Book (Maple Code for Parameter Redundancy Section)

Modelling Population Dynamics Book Cover


Articles

Cole. D. J. (2019) Parameter Redundancy and Identifiability in Hidden Markov Models. Metron, 77, Open access Paper Link Computer Code

Jimenez-Munoz, M., Cole, D., Freeman, S., Robinson, R., Baillie, S. and Matechou, E. (2019). Estimating age-dependent survival from age-aggregated ringing data - extending the use of historical records. Ecology and Evolution, 9, 769-779. Open access pdf version of paper.

Zhou, M., McCrea, R., Matechou, E., Cole, D. and Griffiths, R. (2019). Removal models accounting for temporary emigration. Biometrics, 75, 24-35. Open access pdf version of paper.

Allen, S. D. and Satterthwaite, W. H. and Hankin, D. G. and Cole, D. J. and Mohr, M. S. (2017) Temporally varying natural mortality: Sensitivity of a virtual population analysis and an exploration of alternatives. Fisheries Research, 185, 185-197.

Cole, D. and McCrea, R. (2016). Parameter Redundancy in Discrete State-Space and Integrated Models. Biometrical Journal, 58, 5, 1071-1090.

Cole, D. (2016) Reply to determining structural identifiability of parameter learning machines. Neurocomputing 173, 2039-2040.

Cole, D. J., Morgan, B.J.T., McCrea, R.S, Pradel, R., Gimenez, O. and Choquet, R. (2014) Does your species have memory? Capture-Recapture Data with Memory Models. Ecology and Evolution, 4, 2124-2133, Open access pdf version of paper.

Hubbard, B. A., Cole, D.J. and Morgan, B.J.T. (2014) Parameter Redundancy in Capture-Recapture-Recover Models. Statistical Methodology , 17, 17-29. Download preprint version of paper Download Supplementary Material Maple code

McCrea, R.S., Morgan, B.J.T. and Cole, D.J. (2013) Age-dependent mixture models for recovery data on animals marked at unknown age, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics), 62, 101-113. Download preprint version of paper Maple Code

Cole, D.J., Morgan, B.J.T., Catchpole, E.A. and Hubbard, B. A. (2012) Parameter Redundancy in Mark-Recovery Models. Biometrical Journal, 54, 507-523. Download pre-print version of paper Download pre-print version of Supplementary Material

Cole, D.J. (2012) Determining Parameter Redundancy of Multi-state Mark-recapture Models for Sea Birds. Journal of Ornithology , 152 (Suppl 2) 305-315 Download a pre-print version of paper Download suplementary material Maple Code for examples

Choquet, R. and Cole, D.J. (2012) A Hybrid Symbolic-Numerical Method for Determining Model Structure. Mathematical Biosciences, 236, 117-125. Download pre-print version of paper Download Maplecode

Cole, D. J., Morgan, B. J. T and Titterington, D. M. (2010) Determining the Parametric Structure of Non-Linear Models. Mathematical Biosciences, 228, 16-30. Download preprint version of paper Maple Code for examples

Cole, D. J. and Morgan, B. J. T. (2010) A note on determining parameter redundancy in age-dependent tag return models for estimating fishing mortality, natural /mortality and selectivity. Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics , 15, 431-434 Download paper Maple Code for examples

Cole, D. J. and Morgan, B. J. T (2010) Parameter Redundancy with Covariates. Biometrika, 97, 1002-1005 Pre-print version of paper Maple Code for examples

Byrne, L.J., Cole, D.J., Cox, B.S., Ridout, M.S., Morgan, B.J.T. and Tuite, M.F. (2009) The Number and Transmission of [PSI+] Prion Seeds (Propagons) in the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. PLoS ONE, 4(3), e4670. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0004670

Cole, D. J., Morgan, B. J. T., Ridout, M. S., Byrne, L. J. and Tuite, M. F.(2007) Approximations for Expected Generation Number Biometrics, 63, 1023-1030

Byrne, L. J., Cox, B. S., Cole, D. J., Ridout, M. S., Morgan, B. J. T. and Tuite, M. F. (2007) Cell division is essential for elimination of the yeast [PSI+] prion by guanidine hydrochloride. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104, 11688-11693

Ridout, M. S., Cole, D. J., Morgan, B. J. T., Byrne, L. J. and Tuite, M. F.(2006) New Approximations to the Malthusian parameter Biometrics, 62, 1216-1223.

Cole, D. J., Morgan, B. J. T. and Ridout, M. S. (2005) Models for strawberry inflorescence data. J. Agric., Biol., and Environ. Statistics, 10, 411-423.

Cole, D. J., Morgan, B. J. T., Ridout, M. S., Byrne, L. J. and Tuite, M. F.(2004) Estimating the number of prions in yeast cells. Mathematical Medicine and Biology 26, 369-395.

Cole, D. J., Morgan, B. J. T. and Ridout, M. S. (2003) Generalised linear mixed models for strawberry inflorescence data, Statistical Modelling, 3, 273-290

Technical Reports and Preprints

Cole, D.J. and Choquet, R.(2012) Parameter Redundancy in Models with Individual Random Effects, UKC/SMSAS/12/010, SMSAS, University of Kent.

Cole, D. J. (2009) A note on the identifiability of certain latent class models UKC/IMS/09/019 Download paper Maple Code supplementary material

Ridout, M. S., Woodcock, C. F and Cole, D. J. (2006) Generation number in a pure birth process. Technical Report UKC/IMS/06/24

Presentations

June 2019: Inference with parameter redundant models reparameterisation, constraints, robust design, integrated models and priors. Addressing statistical challenges of modern technologies, ICMS workshop, Edinburgh.

July 2018: Bayesian Identifiability. International Statistical Ecology Conference, in St. Andrews.

Apr 2018: Parameter Redundancy and Identifiability. Joint Algebra and Analysis/Probability and Statistics Seminar series University of Nottingham.

Nov 2017: Inference with non-identifiable models: reparameterisation, constraints and integrated models. MiR@W day: Identifiability and Inference, Warwick.

Aug 2017: Identifiability. Workshop, as part of BIRS Workshop New perspectives on State Space Models in Oaxaca, Mexico. Workshop Material. Video recording of the workshop.

Jun 2017: Problems with Using Data Cloning to Investigate Identifiability. NCSE summer meeting Kent.

May 2017: Parameter Redundancy and Identifiability in Ecological Models. University of Sheffield Statistics Seminar Powerpoint Presentation

Oct 2016: Parameter Redundancy and Identifiability in Ecological Models. University of Glasglow Seminar organised by Royal Statistical Society (RSS) Glasgow Local Groups, the RSS Environmental Statistics Section and the Boyd Orr Centre for Population and Ecosystem Health.Powerpoint Presentation

July 2016: Extension to the Hybrid Symbolic-Numerical Method for Investigating Identifiability. International Statistical Ecology Conference, Seattle, USA. Powerpoint Presentation

Nov 2015: Parameter Redundancy and Identifiability in Ecological Models. Newcastle Statistics Seminar Series. Powerpoint Presentation

Sept 2015: Detecting Parameter Redundancy in Integrated Population Models. Royal Statistical Society Conference, Exeter. Powerpoint Presentation

July 2015: Likelihood Profiles and Parameter Redundancy. NCSE Summer Meeting, Falmouth.

Apr 2015: Detecting Parameter Redundancy in Integrated Population Models. 5th Channel Network Conference, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Jan 2015: Parameter Redundancy and Identifiability in Ecological Models. University of Edinburgh Statistics Seminar Series.

Oct 2014: Parameter Redundancy and Identifiability in Ecological Models. Exeter Statistics Seminar Series. Powerpoint Presentation

July 2014: Hybrid Symbolic-Numeric Method for Detecting Parameter Redundancy in Ecological Models. International Biometric Conference, Florence, Italy Powerpoint Presentation

July 2014: The Problem with Parameter Redundancy. International Statistical Ecology Conference, Montpellier, France Powerpoint Presentation

December 2013: A Hybrid Symbolic-Numerical Method for Determining Model Structure. 6th International Conference of the ERCIM WG on Computational and Methodological Statistics, London. Powerpoint Presentation

July 2013: Parameter redundancy in integrated models. National Centre for Statistical Ecology Summer Meeting, Lowestoft. Powerpoint Presentation

July 2013: Parameter redundancy in ecological state-space models. International Biometric Society Channel Network Conference, St. Andrews, Scotland. Powerpoint Presentation

May 2013: Does Your (Study) Species Have Memory? Analysing Capture-Recapture Data with Memory Models, PDF Presentation

September 2012: Integrated Population Modelling Meeting. Parameter redundancy in inetgrated population models, Poster

July 2012: International Statistical Ecology Conference, Norway. Adding individual random effects results in models that are no longer parameter redundant Powerpoint Presentation

October 2011: University of Kent, School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science, Seminar Series. Parameter Redundancy in Ecological Models Powerpoint Presentation

July 2011: NSCE workshop.Estimating age-specific survival rates from historical ring-recovery data Powerpoint Presentation

July 2010: International Statistical Ecology Conference, University of Kent. Parameter Redundancy in Mark-Recapture and Ring-Recovery Models with Missing Data Powerpoint Presentation

September 2009: Workshop on Indistinguishability and Model Discrimination in Systems Biology, Warwick - Parameter Redundancy and Identifiability Powerpoint Presentation

September 2009: Euring conference, Pescara - Determining Parameter Redundancy of Multi-state Mark-recapture Models for Sea Birds. Powerpoint Presentation

June 2009: Workshop given during NCSE Summer Meeting, St Andrews. Parameter Redundancy Workshop slides and practical worksheets

July 2008: International Statistical Ecology Conference, St Andrews - Monthly Analysis of Teal Ring-Recovery Data. Powerpoint Presentation

July 2008: International Biometric Conference, Dublin - Detecting Parameter Redundancy in Complex Ecological Models . Powerpoint Presentation

Oct 2007: Nottingham Seminar Series - Stochastic Models for Yeast Prion Propagation Powerpoint Presentation

June 2007: 2nd Annual NCSE Workshop, Canterbury - Parameter Redundancy.

Feb 2006: Joint Kent Statistics Seminar Series and CBI seminar. Stochastic Models for Yeast Prion Propagation.

Apr 2005: British Yeast Meeting, University of Kent. Growing Yeast, Better Mathematical Approximations in Cell Growth. (Poster)

Jul 2004: International Biometric Conference, Cairns Australia. Modelling the chemical curing of yeast prions.

Sep 2003 British Regional Conference of the International Biometric Society. The Implications of Asymmetric Cell Division on Modelling the Curing of Yeast Prions. (Poster)

Sep 2003 201st Ordinary Meeting of the British Region of the International Biometric Society. Models for Yeast Prions

Jul 2002 International Biometric Conference, Freiburg, Germany. Models for strawberry inflorescence data.