## There Is No “Problem” Of Old Evidence In Bayesian Theory

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December 4, 2017 | 2 Comments## There Is No “Problem” Of Old Evidence In Bayesian Theory

January 16, 2017 | 7 Comments## Bayesian Statistics Isn’t What You Think

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December 16, 2014 | 14 Comments## I Also Declare The Bayesian vs. Frequentist Debate Over For Data Scientists

Update I often do a poor job setting the scene. Today we have the solution to an age-old problem (get … Continue Reading There Is No “Problem” Of Old Evidence In Bayesian Theory

Back to our Edge series. Sean Carroll says Bayes’s Theorem should be better known. He outlines the theorem in the familiar updating-prior-belief formula. But, as this modified classic article shows, this is not the most important facet of Bayesian theory. … Continue Reading Bayesian Statistics Isn’t What You Think

Quoting from a post on vampires, “In Bayesian inference, you start with some initial beliefs (called ‘Bayesian priors’ or just … Continue Reading The Bayesian Metaphor Can Do More Harm Than Good: Update

I stole the title, adding the word “also”, from an article by Rafael Irizarry at Simply Stats (tweeted by Diego … Continue Reading I Also Declare The Bayesian vs. Frequentist Debate Over For Data Scientists