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Make model diagrams for human comprehension and ease of programming

February 25, 2018
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Make model diagrams for human comprehension and ease of programming

There's a great new book by Farrell and Lewandowsky, Computational Modeling of Cognition and Behavior (at the publisher, at Amazon.com), that includes some chapters on Bayesian methods. Each chapter includes a little "in vivo" commentary by an outside ...

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Make model diagrams for human comprehension and ease of programming

February 25, 2018
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Make model diagrams for human comprehension and ease of programming

There's a great new book by Farrell and Lewandowsky, Computational Modeling of Cognition and Behavior (at the publisher, at Amazon.com), that includes some chapters on Bayesian methods. Each chapter includes a little "in vivo" commentary by an outside ...

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Compose JAGS model statements for human readability

February 24, 2018
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There's a great new book by Farrell and Lewandowsky, Computational Modeling of Cognition and Behavior (at the publisher, at Amazon.com), that includes some chapters on Bayesian methods. Each chapter includes a little "in vivo" commentary by an outside ...

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Compose JAGS model statements for human readability

February 24, 2018
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There's a great new book by Farrell and Lewandowsky, Computational Modeling of Cognition and Behavior (at the publisher, at Amazon.com), that includes some chapters on Bayesian methods. Each chapter includes a little "in vivo" commentary by an outside ...

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Run MCMC to achieve effective sample size (ESS) of 10,000

February 23, 2018
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Run MCMC to achieve effective sample size (ESS) of 10,000

There's a great new book by Farrell and Lewandowsky, Computational Modeling of Cognition and Behavior (at the publisher, at Amazon.com), that includes some chapters on Bayesian methods. Each chapter includes a little "in vivo" commentary by an outside ...

Read more »

Run MCMC to achieve effective sample size (ESS) of 10,000

February 23, 2018
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Run MCMC to achieve effective sample size (ESS) of 10,000

There's a great new book by Farrell and Lewandowsky, Computational Modeling of Cognition and Behavior (at the publisher, at Amazon.com), that includes some chapters on Bayesian methods. Each chapter includes a little "in vivo" commentary by an outside ...

Read more »

All articles from Bayesian special issue free-of-charge til April 6

February 9, 2018
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Special Virtual Issue: Bayesian Inference for PsychologyPsychonomic Bulletin & ReviewScroll down on the page linked here for the articles in the special issue on Bayesian data analysis. The list of links includes these:ArticlesBayesian data analysi...

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All articles from Bayesian special issue free-of-charge til April 6

February 9, 2018
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Special Virtual Issue: Bayesian Inference for PsychologyPsychonomic Bulletin & ReviewScroll down on the page linked here for the articles in the special issue on Bayesian data analysis. The list of links includes these:ArticlesBayesian data analysi...

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Don’t treat ordinal data as metric — update of movie ratings

January 28, 2018
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Don’t treat ordinal data as metric — update of movie ratings

In a previous post I applied a Bayesian ordered-probit model to movie ratings and showed how the results differ from treating the data as if they were metric. The metric model used frequentist t tests (because that's what most applied researchers would...

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Don’t treat ordinal data as metric — update of movie ratings

January 28, 2018
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Don’t treat ordinal data as metric — update of movie ratings

In a previous post I applied a Bayesian ordered-probit model to movie ratings and showed how the results differ from treating the data as if they were metric. The metric model used frequentist t tests (because that's what most applied researchers would...

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