Posted by: Jeremy Fox | October 14, 2011

More resources on Bayesian vs. frequentist statistics

Deborah Mayo and colleagues have just edited a special issue of Rationality, Markets, and Morals featuring the latest thinking on philosophy of statistics and its links to statistical practice. It’s open access and highly recommended (not all the articles are posted yet, but they should be soon).

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  1. Some good looking papers in there…statistical knuckleheads could, learn a lot, were we to pay attention.


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