Margot Selosse

PhD Student
Université de Lyon, Laboratoire ERIC

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My Work

I started my PhD in applied mathematics in October 2017, under the supervision of Julien Jacques and Christophe Biernacki. The aim of the PhD thesis is to work on co-clustering techniques, and specifically with heterogeneous data (data of different kinds).

Publications

Pre-prints

  • Analyzing health quality survey using constrained co-clustering model for ordinal data and some dynamic implication: pre-print pdf.
  • ordinalClust: a package for analyzing ordinal data: pre-print pdf.
  • Model-based co-clustering for mixed type data: pre-print pdf.

Software

  • ordinalClust, a package for classification, clustering and co-clustering of ordinal data: CRAN.
  • CpDyna, a package for clustering dynamic networks and detection of multiple change points: CRAN. This is a joint work with Marco Corneli.
  • (soon online): mixedClust, an R package for classification, clustering and co-clustering of mixed data.

Talks

  • Co-clustering de données textuelles et continues, 50èmes Journées de Statistique EDF Lab Paris Saclay 2018, France.

Posters

  • mixedClust, an R package for classification, clustering and co-clustering of mixed data, Model based Working-group 2018, Ann-Arbor, USA.
  • Dynamic Constrained Co-clustering on ordinal data, Statlearn 2018, Nice, France.
  • Dynamic Constrained Co-clustering on ordinal data, Model based Working-group 2017, Perugia, Italy.

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