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BL04 Inference

Inference using Conventional Methods

Inference in Binomial Model is explained using the concept of a PIVOTAL statistic as the basic tool for inference.

In order to setup for a Bayesian approach, the natural conjugate Beta Prior Densities are described. We also explain the relation between a density and random samples from that density

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Chapter 9 compares conventional and Bayesian inference in Beta-Binomial model - book follow reverse sequence from my lectures, but covers nearly same material  2785k v. 1 Feb 24, 2016, 3:08 PM Asad Zaman
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2nd Part of BE L04 studies Beta density and random samples from this natural conjugate prior for the binomial.  Feb 17, 2016, 3:20 AM Asad Zaman
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THis is first part of two part lecture on conventional inference for simple random samples using approximate pivotal statistics in Binomial inferential models  Feb 17, 2016, 3:12 AM Asad Zaman
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Slides for Lec04 on Conventional Inference in Binomial Model  1625k v. 1 Feb 16, 2016, 6:21 PM Asad Zaman
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