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# Data Analysis: A Bayesian Tutorial

Statistics lectures have been a source of much bewilderment and frustration for generations of students. This book attempts to remedy the situation by expounding a logical and unified approach to the whole subject of data analysis. This text is intended as a tutorial guide for senior undergraduates and research students in science and engineering. After explaining the basi
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Paperback, 246 pages

Published
July 1st 2006
by Oxford University Press, USA
(first published September 26th 1996)

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This book not only is a good book to learn Bayesian statistics from, but it's also a great reference for the subject as well. Taking a very hands-on approach, the concepts and philosophy of Bayesian statistical analysis are clearly presented through lucid explanations and an abundance of well-chosen examples. In the second edition, there is also a significant portion of the book dedicated to algorithmic implementation of Bayesian inference schemes; and this material is accompanied by C source co
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