Mixture Hidden Markov Models for Sequence Data: The seqHMM Package in R

@article{Helske2017MixtureHM,
  title={Mixture Hidden Markov Models for Sequence Data: The seqHMM Package in R},
  author={Satu Helske and Jouni Helske},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Software},
  year={2017},
  volume={88},
  pages={1-32}
}
  • S. Helske, J. Helske
  • Published 3 April 2017
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Journal of Statistical Software
Sequence analysis is being more and more widely used for the analysis of social sequences and other multivariate categorical time series data. [...] Key Method The seqHMM package in R is designed for the efficient modeling of sequences and other categorical time series data containing one or multiple subjects with one or multiple interdependent sequences using HMMs and MHMMs.Expand
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