Monthly Archives: September 2013

Developing code

The wonder of the blogosphere is that I rediscovered a paper I had been meaning to think about for a long time: the paper reports Cook, Gelman and Rubin’s proposals that we: Specify a model and then simulate parameters from … Continue reading

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Emerging thoughts on the Poisson as a limit of the Binomial

I am trying to set down some thoughts on the relationship between the Binomial and the Poisson. The specific problem emerges from modelling data where I assume and . The specific problem is that I assume that  and  are correlated in … Continue reading

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