Rejoinder: The Anti-Bayesian Moment and Its Passing.
Robert, Christian P.; Gelman, Andrew (2013), Rejoinder: The Anti-Bayesian Moment and Its Passing., The American Statistician, 67, 1, p. 16-17. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00031305.2012.752409
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Abstract (EN)The article discusses the views of statistics professors Andrew Gelman and Christian P. Robert about the intemperate anti-Bayesian statement appeared on the book of probability theory by mathematician William Feller. It notes that they explore Feller's words along with similar remarks by others including professors of statistics Stephen Fienberg and Stephen Stigler to better understand the background that underlies the existing controversies on the foundations of statistics.
Subjects / Keywordsstudy and teaching; bayes' theorem; statistics; bayesian analysis
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