Free e-Copy of Bayesian Computation with R (Use R)

April 24, 2013
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(This article was first published on Statistical Research » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Editors note: It looks like Amazon has completely removed the Kindle version of the book from their web site. I still see the e-book for sale using the Kindle app directly but you’ll have to pay the regular price.

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Amazon is currently making the first edition of Bayesian Computation with R (Use R) by Jim Albert available for free on Kindle. I own a copy of the book and there is a lot of good content and R examples on how one can do general Bayesian statistics.  The R scripts  from the book (2nd edition but there’s a lot of overlap) can be obtained on Jim Albert’s web site http://bayes.bgsu.edu/bcwr/

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