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Real Name
Jonathan W. Moore

I am generally interested in freshwater biology and conservation, and I am an assistant professor at Simon Fraser University.


  • MixBUGS

    This project includes the WinBUGS files illustrating how to include model selection in MCMC. Variances are modeled as a mixture of source/fractionation and additional residual variance. We include to variations on the MixBUGS model, 1 without residual variance, and 1 modeling variance as a mixture (to calculate posterior probabilities). We also include the R-script illustrating that the SIAR package likely contains a bug (even when data are generated from a 0.7-0.2-0.1 mixture, estimated contributions are nearly equal).
  • MixSIR

    MixSIR is a Bayesian isotope mixing model that incorporates uncertainty in the estimates of mix and source isotope values. The model also provides the opportunity to incorporate prior information for the proportional contribution of each source to the mix. The programs for this project are written in Matlab. I have provided the source files as well as an .exe file package so that those without Matlab can run the program. Collaborations and improvements are welcome! Prior to installing MixSIR you MUST download the (free) Matlab component runtime library and run it once on your machine. Note also that installing new versions of MixSIR will require a new download and installation of the component runtime library.



    -- You need to install this:

    you're runnning a 32-bit compiled Matlab app on a 64-bit Windows machine, and it's not finding the 32-bit Visual C++ runtime it's linked against.  The Microsoft software "Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86)" will fix the problem. Cut and paste the link above to get the software fix!


  • Trinity Stable Isotope Mixing Model Lab Files

    by brice.semmens, last updated 6/28/11, sharing set to Public
    These are the files for Eric and Brice's mixing model lab @ Trinity.

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