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6 The Bayesian Approach to Statistics
6 The Bayesian approach to statistics
AnthonyO'Hagan
Introduction

By far the most widely taught and used statistical methods in practice are those of the frequentist school. The ideas of frequentist inference, as set out in Chapter 5 of this book, rest on the frequency definition of probability (Chapter 2), and ...

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