**H**ere are the slides for my talks both at CREST this afternoon (in ½ an hour!) and in Madrid [on Friday 11/11/11=1^{6}, magical day of the year, especially since I will be speaking at 11:11 CET…] for the Workshop Métodos Bayesianos 11 (no major difference with the slides from Zürich, hey!, except for the quantile distribution example]

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