Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2012 16:04:06 -0500
Reply-To: Warren Schlechte <Warren.Schlechte@TPWD.STATE.TX.US>
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From: Warren Schlechte <Warren.Schlechte@TPWD.STATE.TX.US>
Subject: Re: Bayesian Statistics
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I personally like Marc Kery's text "Introduction to WinBUGS for
ecologists", although it is geared towards ecology and is focused on
WinBUGS and R. Another text I like is Michael McCarthy's "Bayesian
Methods for Ecology". Both include concepts, plus practical ways to
I haven't done so, but it is my belief that once you understand what is
being done and how to do it in WinBUGS, the coding in SAS will be
similar enough to be understandable.
While Gelman's book is good, I had a difficult time going from his
concepts to applied coding.
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Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 2:04 PM
Subject: Bayesian Statistics
Does anyone have any recommended references where I could get a good
introduction to Bayesian thinking, methods,etc.?