Complex systems reading

Tomorrow I’ll be giving a seminar in our faculty on inference in complex systems (like the health service, or social services, or local government, or society more generally). It’s the latest talk on this subject that is really gelling now into something of a manifesto. Rick Hood and I intend to send off the paper version before Xmas, so I won’t say more about the substance of it here (and the slides are just a bunch of aide-memoire images), other than to list the references, which contains some of my favourite sources on data+science:

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I deliberately omit the methodologically detailed papers from this list, but in the main you should look into Bayesian modelling, generalised coarsening, generalised instrumental variable models, structural equation models, and their various intersections.

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