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Bayesian Networks
I have mentioned before that Bayesian Inference is, in general, intractable. People like Gaussians a lot because many nice results in closedform can be derived from them, analytical treatments are in general possible and even easy to do, but for … Continue reading
Stopping rules, pvalues, and the likelihood principle
A few months ago, someone who used to be called perversesheaf came to tumblr to bash LessWrong there. Now, while there is a very large number of criticisms that can be aimed at it, both as a website and community, … Continue reading
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Tagged bayesian networks, Bayesian statistics, bayesianism, confidence intervals, credible intervals, frequentism, frequentist statistics, likelihood, likelihood function, likelihood principle, mathema, mathematics, maths, pvalues, probability theory, statistics, stopping rule, tagging maths for a friend
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