Posts Tagged ‘ Julien Cornebise ’

Bayes on drugs (guest post)

May 20, 2012
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Bayes on drugs (guest post)

This post is written by Julien Cornebise. Last week in Aachen was the 3rd Edition of the Bayes(Pharma) workshop. Its specificity: half-and-half industry/academic participants and speakers, all in Pharmaceutical statistics, with a great care to welcome newcomers to Bayes, so as to spread as much as possible the love where it will actually be used.

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Posts of the year

August 30, 2011
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Posts of the year

Like last year, here are the most popular posts since last August: Home page 92,982 In{s}a(ne)!! 6,803 “simply start over and build something better” 5,834 Julien on R shortcomings 2,373 Parallel processing of independent Metropolis-Hastings algorithms 1,455 Do we need an integrated Bayesian/likelihood inference? 1,361 Coincidence in lotteries 1,256 #2 blog for the statistics geek?! 863

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