Sunday 3 February 2019

Cape Peninsula Excursion

09:00 Bus departs from Bosman Street, Stellenbosch (next to van der Sterr building)

 

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Houtbay

Cape Point National Park

Monday 4 February 2019

08:00 ‒ 09:00

REGISTRATION

09:00 ‒ 09:30

OPENING

09:30 ‒ 10:15

PLENARY

Angela Montanari,

Laura Anderlucci and Roberta Falcone

Chair: Renette Blignaut

Matrix sketching as a tool for big data multivariate analysis

10:15 ‒ 10:45

TEA

10:45 ‒ 12:05

BIG DATA

Tom Wilderjans,

Jeffrey Durieux and Serge Rombouts

Hélène Niewoudt

Bruce Watson

Fionn Murtagh

Chair: Mark de Rooij

Clustering multi-subject big brain data with clusterwise independent component analysis.

Modelling the sensory space of varietal wines: mining of large, unstructured text data and visualisation of style patterns

Lattices for exploring data science

The new science of big data analytics, based on the factor space geometry and the ultrametric topology of complex systems

12:10 ‒ 13:10

GENERAL

Pieter Schoonees

and Niël le Roux

Brigitte le Roux

Durand Jean-Luc

Chair: Vartan Choulakian

Computing and validating neural reliability measures derived from EEG recordings

Permutation testing in geometric data analysis

Factorial linkage analysis: a new method to analyse relationships between variables

13:10 

LUNCH

15:15 ‒ 16:00

PLENARY

Peter Filzmoser

Chair: Sugnet Lubbe

Potentials of compositional data analysis in practical applications

16:30 ‒ 17:50

COMPOSITIONAL DATA ANALYSIS

Sean van der Merwe

Michael Greenacre

Cal Spracklen

Wallina Oosthuizen

and DJ de Waal

Chair: Michael von Maltitz

A method for Bayesian regression modelling of compositional data

Why I don't use isometric logratios in compositional data analysis

Compositional observations and their role in regression

Is the Mahalanobis distance appropriate for modelling compositional data with the Dirichlet distribution?

16:00 ‒ 16:30

TEA

18:00 ‒ 19:00

GUIDED WALK THROUGH HISTORIC STELLENBOSCH TOWN CENTRE

19:00

WELCOME RECEPTION: STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY BOTANICAL GARDENS

Tuesday 5 February 2019

09:00 ‒ 09:45

PLENARY

Riaan de Jongh

Chair: Niël le Roux

Statistical paradises in finance

09:50 ‒ 10:50

CARME in Finance

Carel van der Merwe

Helgard Raubenheimer,

Werner Reynecke and Dawie de Jongh

Adriaan Rowen

and Sugnet Lubbe

Chair: Jörg Breitung

K-nearest neighbour triplot classification with polybags

Operational risk dependence optimization with factor copulas

Unravelling black box machine learning technique predictions using biplots

10:50 ‒ 11:15

TEA

11:15 ‒ 12:15

MULTIVARIATE APPLICATIONS

Thereza Balliester Reis

Jörg Breitung

and Matei Demetrescu

Zerrin Aşan Greenacre

and Saed Jama Abdi

Chair: Patrick Groenen

Measuring financial inclusion: a multiple correspondence analysis approach

Identification and estimation of dynamic factor models

Kansei Engineering and its application to the development of a university website

12:20 ‒ 13:05

PLENARY

Frederic Lebaron

and Pierre Blavier

Chair: Jörg Blasius

Exploring the European social space: A multidimensional and multilevel perspective

13:05 ‒ 14:00

LUNCH

14:00 ‒ 15:00

CARME IN THE SOCIAL SPACE I

Ashley Haru

Pablo Lillo-Cea

and Emil Bertilson

Mikael Börjesson, Donald Broady,

Ida Lidegran, Mikael Palme and Brigitte le Roux

Chair: Mikael Palme

Unravelling structural patterns between credit and degree mobility in Europe using simple correspondence analysis

Elite pathways in the meritocratic sub-system of Chilean higher education

Cultural capital in the elite subfield of Swedish higher education

15:05 ‒ 16:05

CARME IN THE SOCIAL SPACE II

Mikael Palme

and Pablo Lillo Cea

Ida Lidegran,

Mikael Börjesson, Donal Broady, Ylva Bergström

Naoki Iso

Chair: Brigitte le Roux

National and international capital in Swedish elite upper secondary education

High-octane educational capital: the space of study orientation of upper secondary school pupils in Uppsala

Constructing a social space in contemporary Japan

16:05 ‒ 16:30

TEA

16:30 ‒ 17:30

CARME IN THE SOCIAL SPACE III

Kazuo Fujimoto

Felix Leβke

Jan Thorhauge Frederiksen

Chair: Ashley Haru

Landscape of CA in Japan and educational perspective

The location of refugees in social space    an example from Germany

University drop-outs and drop-out narratives – as a case of geometrical mixed-method analysis

17:35 ‒ 18:15

PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS

Alfonso Iodice D'Enza,

Angelos Markos and Francesco Palumbo

Jörg Blasius

Chair: Fionn Murtagh

Incremental PCA with missing values

Detecting fabricated survey data using categorical principal component analysis

Wednesday 6 February 2019

09:00 ‒ 09:45

PLENARY

Cajo ter Braak

Chair: Johané Nienkemper-Swanepoel

L-shaped data: from GLM to fourth corner correlation and double constrained correspondence analysis

09:50 ‒ 10:50

CARME IN ECOLOGY

Natasha Karenyi,

Lara Atkinson, Ronel Nel and Kerry Sink

Mzabalazo Ngwenya,

Natasha Karenyi and Kirsten Packer

Victoria Goodall,

LP Fatti, N Owen-Smith and B van Niekerk

Chair: Stephan van der Westhuizen

Exploring marine invertebrate community patterns through multivariate analyses: the South African west coast as a case study

Multivariate methods in ecology: trends and directions

The influence of the turning angle?

10:50 ‒ 11:15

TEA

11:15 ‒ 12:15

CORRESPONDENCE ANALYSIS

Koen Plevoets

Se-Kang Kim

and Eric Beh

Johané Nienkemper-Swanepoel,

Niël le Roux and Sugnet Lubbe

Chair: Raeesa Ganey

Correspondence regression: the analysis of multicategory outcome variables

Studying gender differences in age interacted with physical and psychiatric symptom indicators: correspondence analysis of matched matrices

To impute or not to impute categorical data: application of multiple correspondence analysis

12:20 ‒ 13:20

CLASSIFICATION

Vartan Choulakian

Patrick Groenen

and Tom van den Berg

Giuseppe Lamberti, 

Alexandra Simon Villar and Josep Rialp Criado

Chair: Angelos Markos

Uncovering the structure of rank data by its coherent groups

A fast MM algorithm for Clusterpath

Investigating customer satisfaction and loyalty of visitors to a Spanish football stadium taking into account the visitor's background information

13:20 ‒ 14:10

LUNCH

14:10 ‒ 15:10

CLASSIFICATION

Mark de Rooij

Angelos Markos,

Alfonso Iodice D'Enza and Michel van de Velden

Ndeye Niang,

Mounir Bendali-Braham and Sylvie Tihiria

Chair: Alfonso Iodice D'Enza

A single peaked multivariate logistic distance model

Stability of joint dimension reduction and clustering

Feature group clustering

15:10 ‒ 15:30

TEA

15:30 ‒ 16:30

BIPLOTS AND BILINEAR MODELS

Mwanabute Ngoy

and Niël le Roux

Raeesa Ganey

and Sugnet Lubbe

Brian Francis

and Elouise Davies

Chair: Tom Wilderjans

What can be learned from representing student performance at the Copperbelt University in Zambia in a biplot?

Applications of the principal surface biplot

Bilinear models for scaling and score building when should they be used?

16:35 ‒ 17:20

PLENARY

John Gower

Chair: Michael Greenacre

A lifetime response to new data, new technology, new research environments

17:20 ‒ 17:30

CLOSING

17:45

WINE TASTING

19:00 for 19:30

CONFERENCE DINNER AT BARRIQUE RESTAURANT, VREDENHEIM

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now