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I'm seeing increased discussion of the comparative advantages (and disadvantages) of "Bayesian versus 'frequentist'" approaches toward inference. A recent post by Andrew Gelman (here), and the comments it triggered, illustrate.
Posted by Michael Heise on 21 May 2015 at 09:24 AM in Methodology | Permalink
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