Savage-Dickey paper accepted

After our second (light) round of revision, the  [rearXived] paper on the Savage-Dickey paradox was accepted by the Electronic Journal of Statistics. Great! This is actually my first paper in EJS. In fact, I managed to include a short comment inspired by Geoff Nicholls, following a conversation we had at CRiSM. Namely, the three expressions we recover for the Monte Carlo approximations to the Bayes factor can all be seen as different avatars of the bridge sampling family of estimators. Therefore, it could be possible to compare those approaches against their asymptotic variance, or even to improve upon them…

2 Responses to “Savage-Dickey paper accepted”

  1. […] We got this email on Saturday about our Savage-Dickey resolution: Your article “On resolving the Savage–Dickey paradox” was published in the […]

  2. […] on the force fields in those systems as evolving vector fields. And then I gave my poster on the Savage-Dickey paradox, hence missing all the other posters in this session… The main difficulty in presenting the […]

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