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Greg Gandenberger
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I have decided to leave professional philosophy for a career in data science. For now, I am staying in my postdoc at the University of Bristol and building my programming and data analysis skills in the evenings and on weekends. I will most likely attend a data science bootcamp in the summer or fall and then look for a job, ideally in the Chicago area.

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Bayesians usually claim that differences among noninformative stopping rules are irrelevant to inference or decision. I claim that their principles can imply otherwise under circumstances of a kind that are common in scientific practice.

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Why try to change yourself so that you’re motivated to exercise daily when you could just make it a matter of routine?

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Part 2 of my attempt to give an accessible overview of likelihoodist, Bayesian, and frequentist methods in science.

My attempt to give an accessible overview of likelihoodist, Bayesian, and frequentist methods in science. 

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