Posts Tagged ‘ Dickey-Savage ratio ’

Bayesian model selection

December 7, 2010
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Bayesian model selection

Last week, I received a box of books from the International Statistical Review, for reviewing them. I thus grabbed the one whose title was most appealing to me, namely Bayesian Model Selection and Statistical Modeling by Tomohiro Ando. I am indeed interested in both the nature of testing hypotheses or more accurately of assessing models,

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Talk at CRiSM

May 30, 2010
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Talk at CRiSM

This is the talk I am giving at the workshop on model uncertainty organised by the Centre for Research in Statistical Methodology (CRiSM) at the University of Warwick, on May 30-June 1. Careful readers will notice there is not much difference with my previous talk on the topic, as I only included the Savage-Dickey slides

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Savage-Dickey [talk]

March 19, 2010
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Savage-Dickey [talk]

Here are the slides for the Savage-Dickey paradox paper that I gave in San Antonio this morning: (Any suspected coincidence of the first part with earlier talks is for real!) I have tried to spell out as clearly as possible in the second part the issues of version choices that are at the core of

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