Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
Skip to content
Home
Books
Blogroll
Sponsors
Authors
Feed
«
Zero is zero
Data mining and allergies
»
What are the open problems in Bayesian statistics??
Posted by
Andrew
on
29 April 2011, 2:08 pm
Follow the discussion
(originated by Mike Jordan) at the Statistics Forum.
Filed under
Bayesian Statistics
Comments are closed

Permalink
«
Zero is zero
Data mining and allergies
»
Search for:
Recent Comments
Peter
on
#Some4YearOlds
Andrew
on
An obvious fact about constrained systems.
Adam Schwartz
on
Design top down, Code bottom up
Peter
on
#Some4YearOlds
Bill Harris
on
#Some4YearOlds
Bob Carpenter
on
#Some4YearOlds
anon
on
An obvious fact about constrained systems.
Sam Bailey
on
An obvious fact about constrained systems.
Keith O’Rourke
on
How to think scientifically about scientists’ proposals for fixing science
Sean Mackinnon
on
How to think scientifically about scientists’ proposals for fixing science
Glen M. Sizemore
on
An obvious fact about constrained systems.
Anonymous
on
How to think scientifically about scientists’ proposals for fixing science
Aki Vehtari
on
Design top down, Code bottom up
Diana Senechal
on
My review of Duncan Watts’s book, “Everything is Obvious (once you know the answer)”
Phil
on
An obvious fact about constrained systems.
Phil
on
An obvious fact about constrained systems.
Some Anonymous Guy
on
An obvious fact about constrained systems.
Marcus
on
How to think scientifically about scientists’ proposals for fixing science
Peter
on
How to think scientifically about scientists’ proposals for fixing science
Carlos Ungil
on
An obvious fact about constrained systems.
Categories
Administrative
Art
Bayesian Statistics
Causal Inference
Decision Theory
Economics
Literature
Miscellaneous Science
Miscellaneous Statistics
Multilevel Modeling
Political Science
Public Health
Sociology
Sports
Stan
Statistical computing
Statistical graphics
Teaching
Zombies