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  2. ...root test. If you do not use Theil's regression then you must use Bayesian methods. Theil's regression requires each independent variable...

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  3. ... the one that uses p values) and the Bayesian . In the Frequentist branch you test the...data appears as it does, given the model . If the probability is low, say less than 5...

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  5. ...fit even where one is not present. One the Bayesian side, the risk of having spare variables is in constructing a fragile model . This risk is mitigated, however...

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  6. ... the most comprehensive in the mathematics of probability and statistics. 3 - " Bayesian Statistics, Principles, Models , and Applications" by S. James Press, ...

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  7. ... is false. As such, you cannot tell if a model is good, that is "true." Bayesian statistics are designed to test the probability an hypothesis...

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  8. ...you want to take way too much math. In particular you want to understand probabilistic models , both Bayesian and Frequentist. You probably want to look into game theory, fuzzy...

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  9. ... for example, imagine you test the gravitational constant using Bayesian methods. Then what you would publish is the credibility of the model as a percentage from 0 to 100 given the data, the possibility of...

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  10. ...a general belief that there was something wrong or improper about checking model fit. The entire Bayesian community (with very few exceptions, most of whom seemed to be...

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