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Mark Andrews and I have just launched the web site for our Prior Exposure Bayesian Data Analysis workshop series. This is part of the ESRC Advanced Training Initiative . Further details are available here . The first two workshops are available for booking ...
One of the great things about writing a statistics book was finding an excuse to read about dozens of topics that I knew a little about but hadn't got around to studying in depth. Even so, there were a number of topics I ended up missing out on completely (...
Booking is now open for workshops three and four of our Prior Exposure Bayesian data analysis training (all taking place at NTU) These follow on from the first two workshops but if you have some training in regression (especially multilevel regression) and ...
(I say we, but Mark Andrews did the heavy lifting while I recovered from 'flu - but at least I didn't go into work and make him sick too ...).
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