reblog: “Tiny Data, Approximate Bayesian Computation and the Socks of Karl Broman”


It’s Rasmus Bååth, in a post and video of which I am very fond: http://www.sumsar.net/blog/2014/10/tiny-data-and-the-socks-of-karl-broman/.

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One Response to reblog: “Tiny Data, Approximate Bayesian Computation and the Socks of Karl Broman”

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