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I think we have quite a lot to cover and whether we'll actually manage to do everything depends on how people are familiar with Bayesian statistics. But potentially we can talk about quite a few interesting things, including how to do Bayesian statistics in health economics. I think I'll show at least some of the problems from the book, but there's no lab, which is a shame.

On second thoughts, however, if they had their computer to do the exercises, then we'd definitely not going to make it on time, so probably it's just as well...

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