Dataset for: Bayesian time-varying quantile regression to extremes
Fernando Ferraz Do Nascimento
Marcelo Bourguignon
10.6084/m9.figshare.8316929.v1
https://wiley.figshare.com/articles/dataset/Dataset_for_Bayesian_time-varying_quantile_regression_to_extremes/8316929
Maximum analysis consists of modeling the maximums of a data set by considering a specific distribution. Extreme value theory (EVT) shows that for a sufficiently large block size, the maxima distribution is approximated by the generalized extreme value (GEV) distribution. Under EVT, it is important to observe the high quantiles of the distribution. %, which shows the probability of a risk event occurring in every $t$ period.
In this sense, quantile regression techniques fit the data analysis of maxima by using the GEV distribution. In this context, this work presents the quantile regression extension for the GEV distribution. In addition, a time-varying quantile regression model is presented and the important properties of this approach are displayed. The parameter estimation of these new models is carried out under the Bayesian paradigm. The results of the temperature data and river quota application show the advantage of using this model, which allows us to estimate directly the quantiles as a function of the covariates. This shows which of them influences the occurrence of extreme temperature and the magnitude of this influence.
2019-07-31 15:11:17
Maximum analysis
Extreme value theory
Generalized extreme value distribution
Quantile regression
Time-varying models