Today and tomorrow, I am attending the annual Italian statistical society meeting. While I appreciate very much the invitation, as well as the opportunity to walk through Padova and Venezia for a short (and alas rainy!) hour on the way there (leaving home at 8am, walking in Venezia at noon!), I am rather skeptical of the impact of my talk on Bayes factor approximations there, given that the audience will mostly be made of people who had already heard me talk on that topic or seen my poster in Benidorm. Here are the slides anyway.
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