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Response to criticisms of Bayesian statistics

I just happened to reread this article of mine from 2008, and I still like it! So I’m linking to it here. Enjoy.


  1. > “Trust, but verify,” recommending Bayesian methods with frequentist evaluations, but I usually don’t get around to that. My actual practice is closer to “Trust, but check”: assume a model, fit it, then check its fit to existing and future data.

    Wondering if computational advances of the past changes this much – easier to get around to?

  2. John Hall says:

    I am not able to view that file.

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