Here is the link. I’ve decided to jump ahead a few chapters. Chapters 10 – 13 are very important and cover material that comprises 90% of all the actual statistics that is practiced by civilians. Topics like “testing” and regression—how … Continue Reading How to Cheat: Stats 101 Chapter 14
If you weren’t worried before, then take a look at this shocking new climate forecast! No, only kidding. This is the real forecast: Sorry. Can’t help myself. Here are four more “forecasts”. Each of the “forecasts” were generated by what … Continue Reading New Arcsine Climate Forecast: Hot <em>and</em> Cold!
Here is the link to the symposium which I mentioned a few weeks back. It is being sponsored by the Ram?n Areces Foundation and the Royal Academy of Sciences of Spain, and will be held in Madrid on the 2nd … Continue Reading CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE PREDICTIONS FROM A SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVE
This is a lovely, lovely book and I can’t believe it has taken me this long to find and read it (November 2005: I was lead to this book via Jaynes, who was the author that also recommended Stove). Cox, … Continue Reading The Algebra of Probable Inference: Richard T. Cox