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5.1 Please solve a) and b) in python/Winbugs. You can find the dataset needed below: D H V 4.4 38 2 4.6 33 2.2 5 40 3 5.1 49 4.3 5.1 37 3 5.2 41 2.9 5.2 41 3.5 5.5 39 3.4 5.5 50 5 5.6 69 7.2 5.9 58 6.4 5.9 50 5.6 7.5 45 7.7 7.6 51 10.3 7.6 49 8 7.8 59 12.1 8 56 11.1 8.1 85 16.8 8.4 59 13.6 8.6 78 16.6 8.9 93 20.2 9.1 65 17 9.2 67 17.7 9.3 76 19.4 9.3 64 17.1 9.8 71 23.9 9.9 72 22 9.9 79 23.1 9.9 69 22.6 10.1 71 22 10.2 80 27 10.2 82 27 10.3 81 27.4 10.4 75 25.2 10.6 75 25.5 11 71 25.8 11.1 81 32.8 11.2 91 35.4 11.5 66 26 11.7 65 29 12 72 30.2 12.2 66 28.2 12.2 72 32.4 12.5 90 41.3 12.9 88 45.2 13 63 31.5 13.1 69 37.8 13.1 65 31.6 13.4 73 43.1 13.8 69 36.5 13.8 77 43.3 14.3 64 41.3 14.3 77 58.9 14.6 91 65.6 14.8 90 59.3 14.9 68 41.4 15.1 96 61.5 15.2 91 66.7 15.2 97 68.2 15.3 95 73.2 15.4 89 65.9 15.7 73 55.5 15.9 99 73.6 16 90 65.9 16.8 90 71.4 17.8 91 80.2 18.3 96 93.8 18.3 100 97.9 19.4 94 107 23.4 104 163.5 Spring23 HW 5.1. Pinus echinata (shortleaf pine) forests provided innumerable railroad ties for our nation's expanding railroad network in the late 19th and early 20th century. The wood is now used for general construction, exterior and interior finishing, and pulpwood. Volume is the most widely used measure of wood quantity and is often estimated in standing trees for the assessment of economic value or commercial utilization potential. Volume is usually estimated from such measurements as diameter and merchantable height. The proposed equation for volume is V=0D1H2 where D is the diameter at breast height (1.3m) and H is the merchantable height. Parameters 0,1 and 2 depend on the tree species while is multiplicative error with lognormal distribution with parameters =0 and 2. Bruce and Schumacher (1935) provided data on 70 shortleaf pine trees consisting of D (in), H (ft), and V (cubic ft). The dataset is in file shortleaf0.dat. (a)Set the model as logV=0+1logD+2logH+ where N(0,2). Estimate parameters 0,1 and 2 and provide their 95% credible intervals. (b)For D=15 in and H=89ft, estimate the mean volume and find 95% credible set. Hint. Be careful in (b), the model is for logV and the estimate and CS is needed for V..

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D H V
4.4 38 2
4.6 33 2.2
5 40 3
5.1 49 4.3
5.1 37 3
5.2 41 2.9
5.2 41 3.5
5.5 39 3.4
5.5 50 5
5.6 69 7.2
5.9 58 6.4
5.9 50 5.6
7.5 45 7.7
7.6 51 10.3
7.6 49 8
7.8 59 12.1
8 56 11.1
8.1 85 16.8
8.4 59 13.6
8.6 78 16.6
8.9 93 20.2
9.1 65 17
9.2 67 17.7
9.3 76 19.4
9.3 64 17.1
9.8 71 23.9
9.9 72 22
9.9 79 23.1
9.9 69 22.6
10.1 71 22
10.2 80 27
10.2 82 27
10.3 81 27.4
10.4 75 25.2
10.6 75 25.5
11 71 25.8
11.1 81 32.8
11.2 91 35.4
11.5 66 26
11.7 65 29
12 72 30.2
12.2 66 28.2
12.2 72 32.4
12.5 90 41.3
12.9 88 45.2
13 63 31.5
13.1 69 37.8
13.1 65 31.6
13.4 73 43.1
13.8 69 36.5
13.8 77 43.3
14.3 64 41.3
14.3 77 58.9
14.6 91 65.6
14.8 90 59.3
14.9 68 41.4
15.1 96 61.5
15.2 91 66.7
15.2 97 68.2
15.3 95 73.2
15.4 89 65.9
15.7 73 55.5
15.9 99 73.6
16 90 65.9
16.8 90 71.4
17.8 91 80.2
18.3 96 93.8
18.3 100 97.9
19.4 94 107
23.4 104 163.5 Spring23 HW 5.1. Pinus echinata (shortleaf pine) forests provided
innumerable railroad ties for our nation's expanding railroad network in the late 19th and early
20th century. The wood is now used for general construction, exterior and interior finishing, and
pulpwood. Volume is the most widely used measure of wood quantity and is often estimated in
standing trees for the assessment of economic value or commercial utilization potential. Volume
is usually estimated from such measurements as diameter and merchantable height. The
proposed equation for volume is V=0D1H2 where D is the diameter at breast height (1.3m) and
H is the merchantable height. Parameters 0,1 and 2 depend on the tree species while is
multiplicative error with lognormal distribution with parameters =0 and 2. Bruce and
Schumacher (1935) provided data on 70 shortleaf pine trees consisting of D (in), H (ft), and V
(cubic ft). The dataset is in file shortleaf0.dat. (a)Set the model as logV=0+1logD+2logH+ where
N(0,2). Estimate parameters 0,1 and 2 and provide their 95% credible intervals. (b)For D=15 in
and H=89ft, estimate the mean volume and find 95% credible set. Hint. Be careful in (b), the
model is for logV and the estimate and CS is needed for V.
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  • 2. 10.4 75 25.2 10.6 75 25.5 11 71 25.8 11.1 81 32.8 11.2 91 35.4 11.5 66 26 11.7 65 29 12 72 30.2 12.2 66 28.2 12.2 72 32.4 12.5 90 41.3 12.9 88 45.2 13 63 31.5 13.1 69 37.8 13.1 65 31.6 13.4 73 43.1 13.8 69 36.5 13.8 77 43.3 14.3 64 41.3 14.3 77 58.9 14.6 91 65.6 14.8 90 59.3 14.9 68 41.4 15.1 96 61.5 15.2 91 66.7 15.2 97 68.2 15.3 95 73.2 15.4 89 65.9 15.7 73 55.5 15.9 99 73.6 16 90 65.9 16.8 90 71.4 17.8 91 80.2 18.3 96 93.8 18.3 100 97.9 19.4 94 107
  • 3. 23.4 104 163.5 Spring23 HW 5.1. Pinus echinata (shortleaf pine) forests provided innumerable railroad ties for our nation's expanding railroad network in the late 19th and early 20th century. The wood is now used for general construction, exterior and interior finishing, and pulpwood. Volume is the most widely used measure of wood quantity and is often estimated in standing trees for the assessment of economic value or commercial utilization potential. Volume is usually estimated from such measurements as diameter and merchantable height. The proposed equation for volume is V=0D1H2 where D is the diameter at breast height (1.3m) and H is the merchantable height. Parameters 0,1 and 2 depend on the tree species while is multiplicative error with lognormal distribution with parameters =0 and 2. Bruce and Schumacher (1935) provided data on 70 shortleaf pine trees consisting of D (in), H (ft), and V (cubic ft). The dataset is in file shortleaf0.dat. (a)Set the model as logV=0+1logD+2logH+ where N(0,2). Estimate parameters 0,1 and 2 and provide their 95% credible intervals. (b)For D=15 in and H=89ft, estimate the mean volume and find 95% credible set. Hint. Be careful in (b), the model is for logV and the estimate and CS is needed for V.