TETRAD

TETRAD is a program which creates, simulates data from, estimates, tests, predicts with, and searches for causal and statistical models. The aim of the program is to provide sophisticated methods in a friendly interface requiring very little statistical sophistication of the user and no programming knowledge. It is not intended to replace flexible statistical programming systems such as Matlab, Splus or R. Tetrad is freeware that performs many of the functions in commercial programs such as Netica, Hugin, LISREL, EQS and other programs, and many discovery functions these commercial programs do not perform. Tetrad is unique in the suite of principled search (”exploration,” ”discovery”) algorithms it provides--for example its ability to search when there may be unobserved confounders of measured variables, to search for models of latent structure, and to search for linear feedback models--and in the ability to calculate predictions of the effects of interventions or experiments based on a model. All of its search procedures are ”pointwise consistent”--they are guaranteed to converge almost certainly to correct information about the true structure in the large sample limit, provided that structure and the sample data satisfy various commonly made (but not always true!) assumptions. ...


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  1. Pircalabelu, Eugen; Claeskens, Gerda; Gijbels, Irène: Copula directed acyclic graphs (2017)
  2. Aghdam, Rosa; Alijanpour, Mohsen; Azadi, Mehrdad; Ebrahimi, Ali; Eslahchi, Changiz; Rezvan, Abolfazl: Inferring gene regulatory networks by PCA-CMI using Hill climbing algorithm based on MIT score and SORDER method (2016)
  3. Alyami, Salem A.; Azad, A.K.M.; Keith, Jonathan M.: Uniform sampling of directed and undirected graphs conditional on vertex connectivity (2016)
  4. Balabanov, O.S.: Induced dependence, factor interaction, and discriminating between causal structures (2016)
  5. Chu, Victor W.; Wong, Raymond K.; Chen, Fang; Fong, Simon; Hung, Patrick C.K.: Self-regularized causal structure discovery for trajectory-based networks (2016)
  6. Eberhardt, Frederick: Green and grue causal variables (2016)
  7. Glymour, Clark: Clark Glymour’s responses to the contributions to the synthese special issue “Causation, probability, and truth: the philosophy of Clark Glymour” (2016)
  8. Goudie, Robert J.B.; Mukherjee, Sach: A Gibbs sampler for learning DAGs (2016)
  9. Hagmayer, York: Causal Bayes nets as psychological theories of causal reasoning: evidence from psychological research (2016)
  10. Hitchcock, Christopher: Conditioning, intervening, and decision (2016)
  11. Jantzen, Benjamin C.: Discovery without a `logic’ would be a miracle (2016)
  12. Jayech, Selma: The contagion channels of July--August-2011 stock market crash: a DAG-copula based approach (2016)
  13. Karimnezhad, Ali; Moradi, Fahimeh: Bayesian parameter learning with an application (2016)
  14. Kelly, Kevin T.; Genin, Konstantin; Lin, Hanti: Realism, rhetoric, and reliability (2016)
  15. Liverani, Silvia; Smith, Jim Q.: Bayesian selection of graphical regulatory models (2016)
  16. Näger, Paul M.: The causal problem of entanglement (2016)
  17. Oates, Chris.J.; Smith, Jim Q.; Mukherjee, Sach: Estimating causal structure using conditional DAG models (2016)
  18. Peña, Jose M.; Gómez-Olmedo, Manuel: Learning marginal AMP chain graphs under faithfulness revisited (2016)
  19. Schurz, Gerhard; Gebharter, Alexander: Causality as a theoretical concept: explanatory warrant and empirical content of the theory of causal nets (2016)
  20. Shafer, Glenn: A mathematical theory of evidence turns 40 (2016)

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Further publications can be found at: http://www.phil.cmu.edu/tetrad/publications.html