BDA3 arrived!

It’s mine… my own… my precious.

Rex Bayesian Data Analysis the Third

My wife says that a glance at the spine gives the impression that it reads “Badass”.

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3 comments
  1. Entsophy said:

    It really does look like “Badass” if you look quickly. From now on I’ll reference it like “as noted by Gelman (Badass p. 129) blah blah blah”.

    Although when it comes to badass it’s hard to beat that scapegrace Mayo hosting a guest post by “Professor Kepler”.

    • Entsophy said:

      Also whenever Gelman mentions ‘BDA’ it instantly brings to mind “Battle Damage Assessment”

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