For its 20th anniversary, JCGS offers free access to papers, including Andrew’s discussion paper Why tables are really much better than graphs. (Another serious ending for an April fool joke!) Incidentally (or rather coincidentally), I received today the great news that our Using parallel computation to improve Independent Metropolis-Hastings based estimation paper is accepted by JCGS. (First accepted paper ever for my PhD student Pierre!) Maybe making it into one of the 20th anniversary issues!
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