Applied Bayesian Analysis for the Social Sciences. Philip Pendergast Computing and Research Services Department of Sociology firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by Computing and Research Services and the Institute of Behavioral Science.
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Philip PendergastComputing and Research Services
Department of Sociology
Sponsored by Computing and Research Services and the Institute of Behavioral Science
What are some issues that we have with classical statistics? Think back to your introductory class…
Does this seem reasonable? Don’t we know that the nail is biased?
Well if we
anatomy of the nail…
Normal or Uniform
Kruschke, J. K. (2011). Doing Bayesian Data Analysis: A tutorial with R and BUGS. Oxford: Academic Press.
Kaplan, D. (2014). Bayesian Statistics for the Social Sciences. New York: Guilford Press.