Course in San Antonio, Texas

March 18, 2010
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(This article was first published on Xi'an's Og » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Yesterday, I gave my short (3 hours) introduction to computational Bayesian statistics to a group of 25-30 highly motivated students. I managed to cover “only” the first three chapters, as I included some material on Bayes factor approximation and only barely reached Metropolis-Hastings. Here are the slides, modified from the original Bayesian Core slides:

(It took me close to two hours to download those to Slideshare using the local wireless networks !) Since the slides as registred above seem to be unavailable to some readers, here is another identical version (but with another address):


Filed under: R, Statistics, Travel, University life Tagged: Bayes factor, computational Bayesian methods, conference, course, San Antonio, slides

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