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Bayesian ideas and data analysis

October 30, 2011
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Bayesian ideas and data analysis

Here is another Bayesian textbook that appeared recently. I read it in the past few days and, despite my obvious biases and prejudices, I liked it very much! It has a lot in common (at least in spirit) with our Bayesian Core, which may explain why I feel so benevolent towards Bayesian ideas and

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