# Examples

**CoSSci** for examples of solutions to Galton's problem. **Go directly to CoSSci Models** -- .Dow-Eff_Functions_-_DEf (Bibliography, Codebooks, Software). For a modeling explanation see **DEf**. https://vimeo.com/79056519 How to Share Histories** --the key to teaching on-line classes with DOW-Eff software **

## Contents

- 1
**DEf01c 9/16/13 8:32 PM model** - 2
**DEf6 (older), 7, DEf01, and DEf01b (newer) models** - 3
**Logit: Logistic Regression** - 4
**Autologistic R for study of Autocorrelation with Neighbor Graphs: Vertical and Horizontal Transmission** - 5 Discrete Variable Graphical Models with HUGIN Lite, gRbase
- 6
**CoSSci Visuals** - 7
**Maps** - 8 View
**Random Forests**or**AICc.pdf|R libraries for AICc modeling for finding near-optimal clusters of independent variables for a given dependent variable** - 9 Key links

**DEf01c 9/16/13 8:32 PM model**

**DEf6 (older), 7, DEf01, and DEf01b (newer) models**

Click the **List of Rgui to CoSSci Models**: the idea here is that the independent and dependent variables of Rgui models can provide a dozen or more sets of inputs to CoSSci models at Visual Manual: http://SocSciCompute.ss.uci.edu. Comparisons of distance and language effects of autocorrelation are shown as percentages adding to 100%. Maps can be requested at the bottom of the http://SocSciCompute.ss.uci.edu screen and those like the second map at Visual Manual#Maps will show black continents with local networks of autocorrelation clusters.

**Logit: Logistic Regression**

**Autologistic R for study of Autocorrelation with Neighbor Graphs: Vertical and Horizontal Transmission**

R script at **Autologistic R for study of Neighbor Graphs: Vertical and Horizontal Transmission** Mary C. Towner, Mark Grote, M.N., Venti, J. and Monique Borgerhoff Mulder. 2012. Cultural Macroevolution on Neighbor Graphs: Vertical and Horizontal Transmission among Western North American Indian Societies. Human Nature 23: 283-305.

## Discrete Variable Graphical Models with HUGIN Lite, gRbase

http://www.hugin.com/productsservices/demo/hugin-lite Søren Højsgaard, David Edwards (Author), Steffen Lauritzen. 2012. Graphical Models with R (Use R!) [Paperback: See pp51-76.] The task view for graphical models in R is at: http://cran.r-project.org/web/views/gR.html

- gRbase Package 'gRbase'. August 29, 2013. Version 1.6-12. Title A package for graphical modelling in R. Author Søren Højsgaard <sorenh@math.aau.dk>

**CoSSci Visuals**

**Maps**

- .Dow-Eff_Functions_-_DEf#Maps-1 SCCS: v203 Gathering v1260 Total Pathogen stress
- .Dow-Eff_Functions_-_DEf#Maps-2 SCCS: Bio.5.png BIOCLIM: Max Temperature of Warmest Month .
**This shows the problem that requires rounding** - .Dow-Eff_Functions_-_DEf#Maps-3SCCS: v157 POLITICAL INTEGRATION Galaxy Option DEF2a DEF2a

## View **Random Forests** or **AICc.pdf|R libraries for AICc modeling for finding near-optimal clusters of independent variables for a given dependent variable**

Paul Rodriguez will lead development of the Trestles Supercomputer code for finding near-optimal clusters of independent variables for a given dependent variable.

## Key links

- http://capone.mtsu.edu/eaeff/Dow-Eff%20functions.html (all four, valchild example).
**Those who want to use the R gui**click Install R

- Using R scripts with the SCCS DEf01SCCS
- Using R scripts with the LRB DEf01LRB Binford Foragers
- Using R scripts with the EA DEf01EA Ethnographic Atlas
- Using R scripts with the WNAI DEf01WNAI Jorgensen Western North American Indians
- http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/htm/Wiki4R_Codebooks.htm
- .Dow-Eff_Functions_-_DEf

- Eff Manualv6.pdf -- CCDmanual0.pdf Jan28 2013

- List of SCCS variables - List of SCCS societies
- List of LRB variables - List of LRB societies
- List of EA variables - List of EA societies
- List of WNAI variables - List of WNAI societies

- The latest version of the Dow-Eff functions (Manual: pdf; html) can perform analyses on four different ethnological datasets.”

Currently: http://capone.mtsu.edu/eaeff/downloads/Manual_DEf1c.pdf Currently: http://capone.mtsu.edu/eaeff/downloads/Manual_DEf1c.htm