Controversies in the philosophy of Bayesian statistics

Today is the day of the roundtable on Controversies in the philosophy of Bayesian statistics organised by Andrew Gelman. Here are my slides, recovered from my class slides… I am not terribly happy with them, actually, as they do not address philosophy…

4 Responses to “Controversies in the philosophy of Bayesian statistics”

  1. [...] research Chris has brilliantly conducted so far! I like very much the emphasis on decision-theory, subjective Bayesianism, and hidden Markov models, while the application section was definitely impressive in the scope of [...]

  2. [...] new day at JSM 2011, admittedly not as tense as Monday, but still full. We started the day with the Controversies in the philosophy of Bayesian statistics with Jim Berger and Andrew Gelman, Rob Kass and Cosma Shalizi being unable to make it. From my [...]

  3. sigh… I’d like to be there seeing the roundtable… Do youmknow if it will be any video online of the talks?

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