Monthly Archives: November 2014

Some software options for Bayesian statistics on 64-bit Linux

So, you’ve been living the dream that is 64-bit Linux ownership, but you want to do Bayesian stats using the BUGS language. We’ve all been there…Okay, this is kind of niche, but here are some notes on what you can

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The great caffeine conundrum

More and more of us are routinely logging data about our health and wellbeing. How can we use that data to inform and adapt our behaviour? How can we avoid over-interpreting what we experience? Here’s a real-world example.

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