Posts Tagged ‘ Thomas Bayes ’

Bayes-250, Edinburgh [day 2]

September 6, 2011
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Bayes-250, Edinburgh [day 2]

After a terrific run this morning to the top of Arthur’s Seat, and then around (the ribs are feeling fine, now!), the Bayes-250 talks were exhilarating and challenging. Jim Smith gave an introduction to the challenges of getting different experts to collaborate on a complex risk assessment, much in the spirit of his book, that

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Thomas Bayes, 250 years later

April 21, 2011
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Thomas Bayes, 250 years later

A link on R-bloggers signaled a series of blogs and videos by IBM Netezza about Thomas Bayes and the consequences of his theorem. Which made me realise this was indeed the 250th anniversary of his death, and that maybe we (as a collective, incl. ISBA) should have done something on April 17th… Before the Revolution

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