Bayesian Computation with R – Albert (2009)

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(This article was first published on Programming R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Title: Bayesian Computation with R
Author(s): Jim Albert
Publisher/Date: Springer/2009
Statistics level: High
Programming level: Low
Overall recommendation: Recommended

Bayesian Computation with R focuses primarily on providing the reader with a basic understanding of Bayesian thinking and the relevant analytic tools included in R. It does not explore either of those areas in detail, though it does hit the key points for both.

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