Category Archives: Bayesian philosophy

Mark Glickman’s Music Page

I’d really like to go to “Valencia” sometime, if nothing else just for the music.   There are some great song parodies here:  Mark Glickman’s Music Page.   Seems Bayesians have all the fun here.

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[1201.2590] It is Time to Stop Teaching Frequentism to Non-statisticians

[1201.2590] It is Time to Stop Teaching Frequentism to Non-statisticians.   Nicely argued!   Little to disagree with here.

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The Theory That Would Not Die – McGrayne, Sharon B – Yale University Press

The Theory That Would Not Die – McGrayne, Sharon B – Yale University Press. This great book arrived just in time for a Summer read. The first chapter gives an account of the Rev. Thomas Bayes (it’s clear from the … Continue reading

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Why use Bayesian methods

(Here is an attempt to explain why Bayesian methods are the inference method of choice) O’Hagan (Kendall’s Library) suggests: Some data are observed, and we wish to make a statement (inference) about one or more unknown features of the system … Continue reading

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